• <h2>Oatmeal Base<span style='font-size:small;'></span></h2>

    Oatmeal Base

    Make your own oatmeal by starting with 100% thick-rolled whole grain oats. Best when combined with nuts, seeds and freeze fruits.

  • <h2>Muesli Base<span style='font-size:small;'></span></h2>

    Muesli Base

    Create a swiss-style muesli with trolled 9 grain flakes, all 100% whole grains. Combine with nuts, seeds and freeze fruits of your liking.

  • <h2>Organic Sorghum Flakes<span style='font-size:small;'></span></h2>

    Organic Sorghum Flakes

    Make your own variation of breakfast flakes with our gluten free, organic sorghum flakes. Combine with seeds and freeze dried fruits.

  • <h2>Organic Rice Crispies<span style='font-size:small;'></span></h2>

    Organic Rice Crispies

    Make it a rice crispies cereal with our gluten free, organic brown rice crispies. Works best with freeze dried fruits and seeds.

  • <h2>Flakes & Crisps<span style='font-size:small;'></span></h2>

    Flakes & Crisps

    Get the best of both worlds with a blend of organic sorghum flakes and rice crispies.

  • <h2><div class='option-quantity'></div>Sliced Almonds<span style='font-size:small;'><a></a></span></h2>

    Sliced Almonds

    Almonds, which are the seeds of the almond fruit, are high in monounsaturated fats and packed with biotin and vitamin E. They are also a good source of vitamin B2, manganese, copper, phosporus and magnesium.

  • <h2><div class='option-quantity'></div>Cashews<span style='font-size:small;'><a></a></span></h2>

    Cashews

    Cashews are not only a favorite snack but are very high in copper, besides being a good source of phosphorus, manganese, magnesium and zinc.

  • <h2><div class='option-quantity'></div>Chia Seeds<span style='font-size:small;'><a></a></span></h2>

    Chia Seeds

    The chia plant belongs to the mint family and its seeds are a true nutritional powerhouse: High in fiber, a good source of omega-3 fats, provides plenty of minerals as calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, and zinc as well as being a good source of the B vitamins thiamine, niacin, riboflavin and folate.

  • <h2><div class='option-quantity'></div>Flax Seeds<span style='font-size:small;'><a></a></span></h2>

    Flax Seeds

    Flax Seeds are ranked as number one source of lignans - fiber-like compounds that show anti-inflammatory and antioxidant activity - and are also high in omega-3 fatty acids. They are also a good source of vitamin B1 and copper and contain manganese, magnesium, phosphorus and selenium.

  • <h2><div class='option-quantity'></div>Pumpkin Seeds<span style='font-size:small;'><a></a></span></h2>

    Pumpkin Seeds

    Pumpkin seeds are not only delicious and crunchy, but also known for being a good source of zinc. They contain a diverse mix of vitamin E in a variety of forms, minerals like zinc and manganese and phenolic antioxidants give pumpkin seeds their unique antioxidant properties.

  • <h2><div class='option-quantity'></div>Sesame Seeds<span style='font-size:small;'><a></a></span></h2>

    Sesame Seeds

    Sesame seeds contain two unique components, sesamin and sesamolin. With their slightly nutty taste, they are also a great source of copper and also provide manganese, calcium, magnesium, iron, phosphorus and zinc as well as vitamin B1.

  • <h2><div class='option-quantity'></div>Sunflower Seeds<span style='font-size:small;'><a></a></span></h2>

    Sunflower Seeds

    Sunflower seeds add some crunch to your mix and are an excellent source of vitamin E. They also provide great amounts of selenium and magnesium as well as vitamin B6, folate and vitamin B3.

  • <h2><div class='option-quantity'></div>Walnuts<span style='font-size:small;'><a></a></span></h2>

    Walnuts

    Very high in omega-3 fatty acids, walnuts also contain phytonutrients like tannins, phenolic acids, and flavonoids and are good source of copper, manganese and molybdenum.

  • <h2><div class='option-quantity'></div>Freeze Dried Apples<span style='font-size:small;'><a></a></span></h2>

    Freeze Dried Apples

    Apples are a good source of vitamin C and contain a wide variety of phytonutrients.

  • <h2><div class='option-quantity'></div>Freeze Dried Apricots<span style='font-size:small;'><a></a></span></h2>

    Freeze Dried Apricots

    Smooth and sweet, Apricots are a good source of vitamin A and C.

  • <h2><div class='option-quantity'></div>Banana Chips<span style='font-size:small;'><a></a></span></h2>

    Banana Chips

    Unsweetened and a true nutrition powerhouse, containing vitamin B6 and C, potassium, manganese and biotin.

  • <h2><div class='option-quantity'></div>Freeze Dried Blueberries<span style='font-size:small;'><a></a></span></h2>

    Freeze Dried Blueberries

    Blueberries are among the most popular berries in the United States and are good source of vitamin K and C, managenese, copper and fiber.

  • <h2><div class='option-quantity'></div>Freeze Dried Cranberries<span style='font-size:small;'><a></a></span></h2>

    Freeze Dried Cranberries

    Cranberries are rich in in antioxidants and a good source of vitamin C, E and K as well as manganese and copper.

  • <h2><div class='option-quantity'></div>Freeze Dried Mangos<span style='font-size:small;'><a></a></span></h2>

    Freeze Dried Mangos

    Originally from South Asia and being the national fruit of India and the Philippines, Mangoes contain a variety of nutrients and phytochemicals, most noticeable are their amounts of vitamin C and folate.

  • <h2><div class='option-quantity'></div>Freeze Dried Pineapple<span style='font-size:small;'><a></a></span></h2>

    Freeze Dried Pineapple

    This tropical favorite is a great source of vitamins C, B1, B6, folate as well as copper and manganese.

  • <h2><div class='option-quantity'></div>Freeze Dried Raspberries<span style='font-size:small;'><a></a></span></h2>

    Freeze Dried Raspberries

    Raspberry contain the phytonutrient rheosmin, better known as raspberry ketone which has gained a lot of attention as it can increase metabolism in our fat cells and may reduce the number of pro-inflammatory molecules. But Raspberries are also a good source of vitamin C, K and E and contain manganese, copper, and biotin.

  • <h2><div class='option-quantity'></div>Freeze Dried Strawberries<span style='font-size:small;'><a></a></span></h2>

    Freeze Dried Strawberries

    Another nutrition powerhouse, rich in vitamin C, manganese, iodine, folate, copper and potassium. No wonder strawberries are Americas most-loved berry.

  • <h2><div class='option-quantity'></div>Goji Berries<span style='font-size:small;'><a></a></span></h2>

    Goji Berries

    Goji berries, also known as wolfberries, have a strong nutritional profile containing 18 amino acids, including all essential ones which makes them a complete protein and six essential fatty acids. They also contain many trace minerals including calcium, copper, germanium, iron, magnesium, phosphorous, selenium and zinc as well as vitamin A, C, B-complex and E.

  • <h2><div class='option-quantity'></div>Golden Berries<span style='font-size:small;'><a></a></span></h2>

    Golden Berries

    Golden berries, which originated in Peru, provide a complete range of B vitamins and are also rich in phosphorus, vitamin A, C, thiamin and niacin and pectin.

  • <h2><div class='option-quantity'></div>White Mulberries<span style='font-size:small;'><a></a></span></h2>

    White Mulberries

    White mulberries contain the antioxidant resveratrol, which can also be found in grapes and red wine, and are rich in vitamin C and iron as well as providing minerals like potassium, manganese, and magnesium.

  • <h2><div class='option-quantity'></div>Wheat Grass Powder<span style='font-size:small;'><a></a></span></h2>

    Wheat Grass Powder

    Wheat grass is one of the richest sources of nutrients available. It is a very good source of dietary fiber, vitamin A, C, E, K, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, vitamin B6, pantothenic acid, iron, zinc, copper, manganese and selenium and also a good source of potassium.

  • <h2><div class='option-quantity'></div>Cacao Nibs<span style='font-size:small;'><a></a></span></h2>

    Cacao Nibs

    Add some crunch and chocolaty indulgence to your mix without all the sugar. Made from 100% raw cacao, they are high in fiber, rich in flavonoids and antioxidants.

  • <h2><div class='option-quantity'></div>Coconut Chips<span style='font-size:small;'><a></a></span></h2>

    Coconut Chips

    Unsweetened but full of flavor, our coconut flakes add crunch and a sweet and nutty taste to your mix. They are also a good source of manganese.

  • <h2><div class='option-quantity'></div>Raisins<span style='font-size:small;'><a></a></span></h2>

    Raisins

    Add some natural sweetness to your mix with our dried seedless raisins.

  • <h2><div class='option-quantity'></div>Xylitol Natural Sweetener<span style='font-size:small;'><a></a></span></h2>

    Xylitol Natural Sweetener

    Longing for a sweet finish of your mix? Add some xylitol, the natural lower-calorie sugar substitute with zero net carbs.

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