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What Goes Into Our Granola?

When making our granola, the only thing more
important to us than amazing flavor is the quality of
our wholesome ingredients and the health benefits
they can bring you. Below, we outline just a few of
the positive effects that the ingredients we put into
our granola can have on your health.


Organic Whole Grain Rolled Oats
Beta-glucan fiber found in oats may help to prevent
sharp rises in blood sugar and insulin levels after
eating a meal, and may be beneficial to gut health.

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A
lmonds
Almonds contain phytonutrients that support the
growth of beneficial gut microbes. General nut
intake can also decrease inflammation and promote
healthy blood vessels.

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Unsweetened Coconut Flakes

Coconut may be beneficial to people with memory
impairment, as well as helping with weight loss,
maintaining cholesterol levels and reducing the risk
of cardiovascular disease.

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Dried Cranberries

Dried cranberries contain many vitamins and
minerals that help boost the body's digestive health
and antioxidant system and promotes good heart
health.
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Organic P
umpkin Seeds
Pumpkin seeds are a good source of magnesium
and manganese. Magnesium helps improve mood
and sleep, while manganese promotes skin and
bone health.

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Organic S
unflower Seeds
The mono- and polyunsaturated fats in sunflower
seeds show a clear health benefit, especially when
it comes to heart health and risk of cardiovascular
disease.
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Flax Seeds

Flax seeds contain vitamin B1 and fiber and are an
excellent source of omega-3 essential fatty acids
and antioxidants. They also contain more lignans
than any other type of food.
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M
aple Syrup
Manganese, riboflavin, zinc

O
live Oil
Healthy dietary fat, polyphenols

C
oconut Oil
High in MCT's to promote fat burning

C
innamon
Regulates blood sugar, reduces LDL cholesterol levels

V
anilla
Aphrodisiac

Brown Sugar and Salt

Balances electrolytes, good source of minerals