Low Sugar Wild Strawberry Granola


A Low Sugar option that’s sweetened with Monk Fruit, an all-natural sweetener that has zero calories and won’t give you that sugar high that comes from consuming refined sugars. These granola clusters are infused with fresh strawberries and raspberries, which have less than 5% sugar - perfect for anyone looking for a less sweet breakfast or snack option. Topped off with white melon seeds and unsweetened coconut chips for added flavour and a nutrient boost.





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Traditional rolled oats, monk fruit sweetener, strawberries, raspberries, non-GMO canola oil, white melon seeds, unsweetened coconut chips, chia seeds, honey, freeze dried strawberries, sea salt

Coconut flesh is paticularly high in threonine, an amino acid needed to protect the liver, and to support the formation of collagen in our body.
Chia Seeds are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, fibre, and protein that can help keep you energized and sustained for longer.
Strawberries protect your heart and increase HDL cholesterol. Packed with vitamins, fibre, and particularly high levels of antioxidants known as polyphenols.
Raspberries are low in calories but high in fibre, minerals and antioxidants. They may protect against diabetes, and may even provide anti-aging effects.

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Tried by Real People around the world…
  1. Interesting taste
    Unique and highly recommended for weight loss.

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  2. nice!
    Love this granola, amazing for breakfast and snacking, my go-to pairing would be to eat it with milk and some trail mix, definitely would repurchase!

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  3. Love it
    It is yummy enough to eat it by itself or together with milk. Glad they came out with granola that is low in sugar! More healthier snacks pls =)

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