- Nopal cactus is a common Mexican ingredient. It's packed with fibre, calcium, magnesium, flavonoids and phytonutrients that help fight oxidative stress
- Tigernut, a sweet veggie tuber, is high in iron, magnesium and fibre. A great source of energy for the good bacteria in your gut
- Contains activated buckwheat which is naturally gluten-free. It's a source of iron, B vitamins, and all eight essential amino acids. Through sprouting, it becomes enriched with phytonutrients and live enzymes, including co-enzyme Q10
Ingredients: Tigernuts (24%), dates, sprouted buckwheat, apples, raisins, sunflower seeds, chia seeds (10%), linseeds, nopal powder (10%), pumpkin seeds, nutmeg, clove, cinnamon, cardamom, vanilla extract, sea salt
Taste: Nutty, fruity, spice, exotic
Commonly found in Mexican dishes, nopal cactus is rich in fibre, calcium, magnesium, flavonoids and other phytonutrients that help our bodies fight oxidative stress.
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 a better 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 amount of nutrients absorbed 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.