Sunflower Seeds

Posted by on Aug 8, 2014 in Blog, Nutrition

Sunflowers are in peak season right now  — you might have noticed them at the farmers market or fields and yards. The seeds are a great low glycemic, natural snack on their own, and add healthy fats, vitamin E, magnesium and antioxidants to our  No-Grain Granola and Seed and Nut Bars. Vitamin E is important […]

Almonds: High Protien, Low Carb and Delicious.

Posted by on Jul 16, 2014 in Blog, Nutrition, Uncategorized

Because our focus is on creating high protein, low glycemic and natural snacks, almonds are a favorite ingredient. They make up the bulk of the protein in our No-Grain Granola and our Flourless Cocoa Nib Cookies, and add a good portion of healthy fat as well (fats that our bodies easily convert to energy and […]

What Does Paleo Mean?

Posted by on Jun 11, 2014 in Blog, Nutrition, Partnerships, Uncategorized

The Paleo Diet is based on the idea that humans are genetically adapted to eat certain types of foods — those that we ate as hunter-gatherers (Paleo in this case is short for ‘Paleolithic’, a term used to describe the early Stone Age). The basics of the diet are eating more protein and less carbohydrates, […]

It’s Berry Season!

Posted by on May 28, 2014 in Blog, Foods, Nutrition, Uncategorized

Last week’s post prepared you to be the perfect farmers market customer . This week we’ve got some info on one of our favorite market items and the best No Grain Granola topping: fresh berries! The best part about berries (besides how great they taste) is that they have a low glycemic index. Here’s a […]

Cracker Flavors and Nutrient Absorption

Posted by on Feb 2, 2014 in Blog, Books, Feedback Wanted, Nutrition

Cracker Flavors We’ve been pleasantly surprised the last few months by the growing popularity of our newest product, the Seedy Crackers. These crunchy crackers are made entirely of seeds – flax, sesame, and chia – plus a dash of salt and pepper. It had always been the plan to make a few different flavors, so this weekend […]