Actually not a nut but a sweet veggie root, tigernut is packed with iron, magnesium and fibre. Tigernuts have prebiotic properties, meaning they help to feed the good bacteria in your gut for improved digestion and energy metabolism.
Sprouted buckwheat is naturally energising and gluten-free. It’s a source of magnesium, iron and vitamin B-6. Sprouting makes it easier for our bodies to digest, increases the number of nutrients and helps buckwheat form co-enzyme Q10. Buckwheat is also an alkalising food, balancing the pH levels in our bodies so that our blood can effectively transport oxygen and other vital nutrients for optimal functioning.
The Jerusalem artichoke gives the granola a mildly sweet, earthy flavour. It’s a great source of inulin fibre, thiamine and minerals that help to boost your immunity and energy levels. Inulin is a soluble fibre which belongs to a group of carbohydrates known as fructans. Unlike most carbohydrates, inulin is non-digestible and acts as a prebiotic. Through the natural fermentation process in our bodies, it aids a healthy intestinal microflora.
How To Enjoy: Tastes great when topped with milk, mylk or yoghurt. Sprinkle with some more crunchy Jerusalem artichoke powder or add a spoonful of virgin amaranth seed oil.
Organic, raw, vegan, gluten-free and activated. Contains no added sugar.