Gula Melaka (palm sugar) has lower GI than Agave, Honey and
Sugar Cane, it is a natural source of potassium, magnesium, iron,
it will also provide you with Vitamin Bs and C.
Bananas are not only rich in energy and potassium but they
also are a great mood boosters. They are a good source of
tryptophan, which is converted into serotonin — the happy-mood
brain neurotransmitter, and can protect against muscle cramps
Cacao nibs are seeds from cacao trees that are dried and
roasted. These nibs are pure, raw chocolate, which can then be used
to produce the commercial chocolate we see on shelves
Cacao nibs are slightly bitter and provide a pure chocolate
flavour (think very very dark chocolate)! They are amazin’ as a
topping for your favourite cereals, smoothies, and desserts, and
can also be used as a healthy substitute for chocolate chips in
most baking recipes!
Weight: 120 g
Quinoa (pronounced KEEN-wah) is actually a seed, but is often
prepared and eaten as a grain alternative. Generally mild in
flavour with a slightly chewy texture, quinoa is pleasant to eat
and packed with nutrition!
Simply rinse quinoa in a sieve until water runs clear (about 2
mins). Boil 1 cup quinoa in 2 cups liquid (water/stock/milk) for 15
mins. Let quinoa stand for an additional 5 mins, and fluff with a
fork before serving! Absolutely delicious!
Weight: 250 g
Silky-smooth homemade kaya caramelized over our wholesome blend
of rolled oats, buttery pecans, and earthy almonds. Reminiscent of
a classic Asian breakfast favourite – kaya butter toast!
Available for a limited time only!
Nuts are widely known to be healthy – and for good reason!
Though small, they are nutrition powerhouses, packing quality
protein, healthy fats, fibre, antioxidants, and a multitude of
vitamins and minerals.
Due to their unique combination of nutrients, they are able to
give a feeling of satiety, or fullness, after meals, tiding you
over until your next meal.
They also can slow down blood sugar spikes when combined with a
carbohydrate-rich food, like bread or oats.