Gluten Free Granola
Ingredients: Buckwheat (32%), Sunflower kernels, Golden syrup, Coconut (9.2%), Almonds (6.4%), Pumpkin kernels, Sunflower oil, Puffed rice, Natural vanilla flavour. Contains 69% prebiotic nuts & seeds.Overview
Following a gluten-free diet? No problem! There's no missing out here. Gluten Free Granola uses only the finest, naturally gluten-free ingredients that are full of flavour and texture. It is also packed with prebiotic nuts and seeds to nourish your gut and feed good gut bacteria. Gluten Free Granola is a wholesome blend of almonds, buckwheat and coconut with a touch of golden syrup and vanilla for a hint of sweetness. Top with yoghurt or kefir and prebiotic rich fruits like banana and apple to kick start your day.
Allergens: Tree nuts (almonds).
May contain traces of other tree nuts.
Contain healthy fats, fibre and magnesium. They contain prebiotic fibre that helps build a healthy gut microbiome.
This fibre powerhouse feeds good gut bacteria and contains protein to grow muscle mass. Heart healthy and high in antioxidants.
High in good fats and antioxidants, promotes blood sugar regulation and helps to reduce certain risk factors for heart disease.
What our dietitian says
If you value wellbeing, cognitive function, positive mood and productivity - then you have found the perfect start to the day.
The evidence is clear that a healthy and diverse gut microbiome drives almost all aspects of health, from immune and digestive function, skin health, body weight and metabolism, mental health, even resilience. The ingredients in this Granola encourage a diverse microbiome whilst stabilising blood sugars and packing in beneficial micronutrients.
For me, buckwheat is a standout star here with the nutrient rich seed providing plenty of protein and fibre along with beneficial amounts of magnesium, B vitamins, zinc and manganese (and despite the name, no wheat or gluten!) The addition of almonds mean there are plenty of healthy fats, which along with antioxidants reduce inflammation, support your immune function and overall health.
Pip Taylor | Accredited Sport Dietitian and Pro-Athlete
What's so good about Almonds?
Almonds contain prebiotic fibre which help build a healthy gut microbiome important for overall health and digestive function. Almonds are high in protein, healthy fats, and fibre as well as a range of micronutrients.
Eating almonds for breakfast will help you avoid snacking later in the day as the healthy fat content will keep you fuller for longer – no wonder why they are one of the world's most popular nuts! Almonds also contain magnesium – for nerve, muscle and immune function; B vitamins for energy production and cognitive support; and are a source of calcium, iron and potassium.
A rich source of antioxidant Vitamin E, almonds can play a role in reducing inflammation, protecting cells, and supporting cardiovascular health.