Crunchy Nuts and Nuggets - a balanced nutrition

Crunchy Nuts and Nuggets - a balanced nutrition

What do we understand by balanced nutrition? It should be nutrition which is not skewed in one direction right? How many of consumers are able to pay attention to their daily intake to analyze whether the nutrition they are getting is complete or not.

One has to be aware of the various food components that make up your meals or mini-meals. There has to be the macro-components like carbohydrate, protein, fat which should be of the good kind and then there micro nutrients which are must haves for the efficient functioning of the various physiological processes in the human body. Ideally if one has a good balance of the macro and micro nutrients then nutrition is pretty much taken care of.

Crunchy Nuts & Nuggets is one such delicious product that has been created keeping balanced nutrition in mind. It's a mixture of roasted pumpkin seeds, watermelon seeds, sunflower seeds, cashews, baked coconut chips and ready to eat bits of three different vegetables which are raw papaya, squash and orange carrot.

These vegetable bits are flavourful and candied therefore soft and chewy to eat giving the overall product a tasty mouthfeel. There are dietary fibre, mono unsaturated fatty acids, poly unsaturated fatty acids, Omega 3 fatty acids and beta carotene micronutrients present as well. Most importantly there are no added colour, preservative, flavour or any synthetic additives. Hence its an all natural snack-on-the-go.

One can have a pack of Crunchy Nuts & Nuggets as a mini-meal any time of the day as hunger pangs are taken care of for at least 2-3 hours. It can also act like a sprinkler to your breakfast cereal or oats adding additional nutrition and crunch to it. Packed in a conveninet on-the-go packaging, each packet is a single serve and fresh till the last day of shelf life. It comes in a box of ten such single serve packs.

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