Curcumin is the active ingredient that unlocks turmeric’s full potential – and we’ve used 95% curcumin in our LIVE Turmeric Granola, along with ground ginger and a little black pepper (piperine) which help to improve its absorption. The combination of golden oats, sunflower & pumpkin kernels, along with coconut, flaxseed and oat bran, provide a good source of fibre to start your day. This granola has a brilliant colour, a playful taste and is sure to delight the senses. You’ll enjoy it any time of the day!
Oats (35%), Tapioca, Sunflower kernels, Pumpkin kernels, Coconut (11%), Flaxseed (8%), Oat bran, Sunflower oil, Coconut sugar, Ground ginger, Turmeric extract (95% curcumin) (0.1%), Black pepper (0.1%).
Allergens: Cereals containing gluten (oats). May contain traces of nuts.
No cloying sweetness here like most granolas, just warm, deep flavours with a subtle hint of spice slightly reminiscent of a Christmas gingerbread biscuit. Curcumin, the active component of turmeric is enjoying the health spotlight, and for good reason – it’s incredibly rich in antioxidants, is a powerful anti-inflammatory agent and has antifungal properties. Importantly 95% curcumin is used here, in combination with black pepper and ginger which work to boost absorption giving you a daily dose of goodness. Natural healthy fats from sunflowers, coconut, and flaxseeds satiate and support brain function.
Pip Taylor | Accredited Sport Dietitian and Pro-Athlete
Curcumin is the active component of turmeric which has strong anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and anti-fungal properties. Extensive research backs up the benefits ranging from brain and cognitive health support, heart and cardiovascular system, joint inflammation and muscle pain.
It's hard to eat enough turmeric to be efficacious, so it's important to have a high concentration of curcumin and for it to be combined with piperine (from black pepper) to boost absorption.
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