HO HO HO. Get a bag for Santa! GO get some Gerbs Allergy Friendly Dark Chocolate Chip Granola
All granolas are not equal. Our tasty Dark Chocolate Granola is a gluten-free, non-GMO, Allergy Friendly Granola that will make an excellent stocking stuffer this Holiday Season. This fantastic granola is also great to snack on, great to make granola bars with, AND it’s safe eating. It has different levels of “chewiness” – the rolled oats, sunflower seed kernels, pumpkin seeds layered with succulent morsels of dark chocolate that melt into deliciousness. Yes, indeed. Gerbs Allergy Friendly Dark Chocolate Granola is a joy to eat and a joy to give.
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- Make fiber and protein your friends. They’ll keep you feeling fuller longer and ensure you don’t chow down on everything in sight later.
- Oats deliver impressive numbers in fiber and iron, while seeds add heart-healthy unsaturated fats and protein.
- Read the ingredients list: Look for ingredients you recognize. If you can’t pronounce it, don’t buy it. And the fewer ingredients, the better.
Ingredients: GF Rolled Oats, Roasted Sunflower Seed Kernels, Dark Chocolate Chips (evaporated pure cane juice, natural chocolate liquor, non-dairy cocoa butter) Sunflower Oil, Honey, Roasted Pumpkin Seeds, Roasted Brown Flax Seed. *certified Gluten Free produced by GF Harvest
NUTRITIONAL BENEFITS OF GERBS DARK CHOCOLATE CHIP GRANOLA
Eating granola may help lower your cholesterol and prevent certain chronic diseases, such as heart disease and cancer. It’s a type of breakfast cereal consisting of whole grain oats, nuts and dried fruits. The oats are commonly toasted with a small amount of oil and sweetener, giving the cereal a crunchy texture. Each variation of granola has a slightly different nutritional value.
Whole grain foods, such as granola, generally contain more vitamins and minerals per serving than refined cereals. Vitamin E, thiamin and folate are all found in significant amounts in granola. The oils, nuts and seeds in granola provide vitamin E, which acts as an antioxidant in your body to protect from damaging free-radical compounds. It also plays a part in maintaining the health of your heart, skin and nervous system. Thiamin and folate are B vitamins that aid in energy metabolism, nerve function, cell growth and the prevention of certain neural tube birth defects.