If you're planning on grabbing life by the oats, you're going to need a bit of energy to do so. That's why it pays to know a thing or two about how energy works in general, what foods are good at keeping us going and what foods aren't. Wholegrain oats are basically the whole shebang. The kernel's stripped of nothing but its inedible husk, leaving all the good stuff. That's nutrients like soluble fibre, antioxidants, protein, vitamins and minerals (manganese, phosphorus, magnesium, zinc, iron, folate, vitamin B6 and thiamine). Just as Mother Nature intended. An easy win if you’re trying to eat foods which are as close to their natural state as possible. They also contain complex carbohydrates, or ‘smart carbs’, too. These clever little guys provide you with a sustained, slow release of energy without any sudden blood sugar spikes – so say goodbye to those productivity-killing post-lunch slumps. These dips in energy happen because carbohydrates (like those found in pasta or bread) are quickly absorbed then quickly removed from the blood.
Gluten free wholegrain oats (72%), sustainable palm fruit oil, sugar, partially inverted refiners syrup, lyles golden syrup, tapioca starch, raising-agent (sodium-bicarbonate), sea salt