Are you looking for a healthy start to your day? Or something savory to snack on during the day? Fig and walnut Granola makes an excellent choice!
Start your morning in a healthy & nutritious way by taking Granola for breakfast or then as a perfect on-the-go snack. You can also mix it in oatmeal or delicious baked treats!
Another popular way is to top it with yogurt and fresh fruits! The Seeds, figs, oats, and walnuts in Granola make it rich in protein and fiber and are guaranteed to keep you full
and satiated throughout the day, which is why it makes an excellent weight-loss aid and can complement a variety of diet plans.
Our original Fig and Walnut Granola recipe is a toasted mixture of rolled oats, wheat porridge, walnuts, melon seeds, pumpkin seeds, cinnamon, and figs and is naturally sweetened with honey.
This product contains natural ingredients; it is preservative and chemical-free.
Fig and Walnut granola has been a popular choice for fitness enthusiasts, office goers, and or anybody with a busy schedule as it’s an easy on the go snack and provides energy and protein during
endurance activities and can aid in your weight loss efforts.
It is rich in antioxidants and vitamins that may help improve your diet and overall health, as mentioned below.
QUICK FACTS ABOUT FIG & WALNUT GRANOLA
- Improves blood pressure: Pumpkin and melon seeds in Fig & Walnut Granola can help improve heart health and stabilize blood pressure.
- Reduces cholesterol levels: Oats are a good source of beta-glucan, a type of fiber that helps reduce levels of LDL (bad) cholesterol levels and may help reduce the risk of heart disease.
- Reduces blood sugar: Whole grains, dried fruit, nuts, and seeds in Granola can stabilize blood sugar levels, making it an effective snack for people with obesity or diabetes.
- Improves gut health: Fig and Walnut Granola has a substantial amount of fiber, which helps with gut health and increases levels of healthy gut bacteria compared to refined breakfast cereals.
- Provide many antioxidants: Ingredients such as figs, melon seeds, and walnuts are good sources of inflammation-fighting antioxidants like gallic acid, quercetin, selenium, and vitamin E.
HOW TO USE IT?
Have Fig and Walnut Granola with milk and make it a cereal substitute or put a handful in a bowl, add in yogurt / greek yogurt/milk, and add in fresh fruits to make a delicious and nutritious meal/snack.
You can also add it to baked treats or oatmeal to pack on the nutrition or simply snack on a handful of Granola a day!