Organic and Gluten-Free
A complex carbohydrate that is responsible for keeping you full and your hand out of the cookie jar. Oats are packed with fiber, magnesium, iron, copper, zinc, antioxidants, protein, and a load of B vitamins - pretty much a superfood on its own.
Not just for ‘Arnold- wannabe’s’ ya know what we mean? Protein is essential for many functions in the body, such as making hormones and enzymes. It also aids in repairing tissues and cells, keeps our skin looking supple and fly, and helps build bones, muscles, and cartilage. Oh my!
Our protein is a healthy blend of non-GMO peas, organic brown rice, and hemp.
Sleep, collagen production, inflammation, digestion, mood, skin, and bone health. Is there anything these little guys can’t support?
Flax seeds are high in omega 3’s, antioxidants, fiber, protein, magnesium, manganese, copper, thiamin (vitamin B1), and phosphorus. They proudly play a massive role in what makes this breakfast so gosh darn healthy.
Make room for these little guys because they pack some serious punch! Chia seeds contain a rich source of fiber, which supports feeling fuller longer. They also contain omega 3’s, providing anti-inflammatory properties, antioxidants, which help fight off free radicals (the bad guys!),iron and calcium, well known for contributing to energy and bone health.
Coconut sugar comes from the coconut palm tree, but we bet you could have guessed that, huh? BUT did you know that coconut sugar is highly nutritious (in small amounts, of course) and has less effect on your blood sugar levels than other sugars?
Some of the nutrients and minerals found in coconut sugar are zinc, calcium, and potassium and contains antioxidants.
Unlike most other instant oatmeals, we use a small amount of coconut sugar to achieve a perfectly balanced sweetness and satisfying taste that won’t compromise your high health standards.
Did you know sea salt contains 80 different minerals that contribute to our health? Say whaaaaa?! These macro-minerals include calcium, chloride, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, and many trace minerals. Through its sodium content, sea salt helps balance electrolytes, which support nutrient absorption, eliminating toxins, increasing circulation, and balancing our body’s PH levels. Pass the salt, please!
Talk about a lengthy list of benefits. From anti-inflammatory properties to heart and hormone health, increased mood, energy, and focus, no wonder this superfood has been traditionally celebrated for thousands of years. First, it was cultivated in South American cultures by the Aztecs and Mayans, who were awarded a ceremonial cacao bevy after a battle and during royal feasts; the Inca culture called it the ‘drink of the gods.’ We may not be fighting the same battles as the Mayans, but being the powerful priests/priestesses we are, we sure as heck can enjoy this ingredient and the many benefits it offers.
Not just a pretty face. Wait, we mean taste. Dried coconut is a tropical favourite that supports digestion, energy, and weight loss due to its high fiber and saturated fats. Dried coconut also supports bone health and the metabolization of macronutrients, such as carbohydrates and protein, due to being a rich manganese source. We love it on its own, but even more in our oats!
We don’t judge. We love blueberries in all their forms; however, we are a little biased as freeze-dried berries contain a higher content of antioxidants than regular dried blueberries. These blue beauties are locally sourced just outside of Vancouver and can maintain the better part of their nutrients through the flash-freezing process adding even more benefits and taste.
Aside from being a household breakfast flavour, cinnamon provides additional antioxidants protecting the body from free radicals. This act of duty provided by cinnamon and their antioxidants isn’t all though - this well known spice supports balancing blood sugar, supporting the immune system, has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties, all while tickling our nostalgic taste buds.
Before these god-given gifts of berries are flash frozen, they are locally picked and harvested in peak season; this is when their nutrient content is at its highest. The water content is evaporated through the freeze-drying process, keeping many of the berry’s nutrients and flavour well intact. Many nutrients found in raspberries support our beauty from the inside out, such as immunity, glowing skin, repairing cells and tissues, eye and bone health, and so much more. So you know we had to get our hands on some for our glow getters out there.