*Shelf life: 5 months
Nutritional Aspects :
Figs are a wonderful source of iron, rich in calcium (more than milk), potassium (more than bananas), and dietary fibers. The dried figs are abundant in manganese, thiamine and are one of the best dry fruit on positive fertility. Figs are great to relieve constipation, piles, liver disorder, gum disease, and high blood pressure.
Almonds are one of those foods that are loaded with nutrition, they lower LDL (bad) cholesterol and are packed with vitamin E. Almond are a bone-building food it has as much calcium as 1/4 cup of milk. They’re loaded with phosphorus to keep your skeleton and chompers healthy and strong, which will lower your risk of fractures and breaks.
Oats help in slow digestion, increase satiety and suppress appetite. Rich in Protein, Fiber (soluble and insoluble), Zinc, Thiamine, Phosphorus, and Magnesium. Good for Diabetes, weight loss, cardiovascular diseases, constipation, etc.
- Coconut sugar:
The real benefit of coconut sugar is that it doesn’t cause blood sugar to spike as most sugars do. The Glycemic index of coconut sugar is 35. Coconut sugar has such a low glycemic index is that it contains inulin, a type of soluble fiber that slows the absorption of food in the gut. It helps preventing spikes in blood sugar so on, coconut sugar might be right for you. It’s a great source of iron, zinc, calcium, potassium, and other nutrients.
Enjoy chia seeds for their flavor and to boost the fiber, protein, calcium, antioxidants, and omega-3s in the diet. But don’t expect a big weight loss boost. Pumpkin seeds contain a wide variety of antioxidant phytonutrients, Pumpkin seeds are a very good source of phosphorus, magnesium, and copper. They are also a good source of zinc and iron. In addition, pumpkin seeds are a good source of protein also.
Honey is one of nature’s wonders. For a long, honey has been used as an important source of carbohydrates and natural sweeteners. Honey contains sugars, organic acids, minerals, and proteins, enzymes, and vitamins in trace amounts. The greatest medicinal potential is its application as a topical agent to wounds and skin infections. Honey has anti-inflammatory, immune-boosting properties, it prevents and treats gastrointestinal disorders such as peptic ulcers, gastritis, and gastroenteritis. It also poses prebiotic effects and promotes the health of the gastrointestinal tract. Honey has proven safe for use compared to glucose and sucrose, it has lower glycemic and incremental indices in type I diabetic patients. Its simple sugars are absorbed directly into the bloodstream without digestion and can serve
as an athletic aid.
Product Benefits are:
- Rich in fiber
- Rich in minerals
- Rich in Protein
- Rich in Omega-3
- Low in calorie
- Low in sugar
- Moderate in sweetness
An ideal snack for :
- School-going kids,
- Pregnant & lactating mothers
- People who are on weight loss,
- Diabetics (consult a dietitian before consumption),
- Pre/post workouts,