A Delicious High fiber Cereal with Blueberries and Cinnamon
Contains Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids!
High Fiber | Whole Grain
Nurturing People, Nature & Spirit
Back to Basics.
FlaxPlus® Raisin Bran has a whopping 8g of fiber per serving, nearly half of your daily needs, and contains all the beneficial ingredients-complex carbohydrates with heart healthy oils, plant enzymes, vitamins and minerals, flax seed with omega oils, bran flakes, and plump juicy raisins full of iron. These ingredients digest more slowly and keep blood sugars steady. Like all Nature's Path's cereals, it's delicious- crunchy flakes, raisins, gently sweet-after one bite you'll forget FlaxPlus® Raisin Bran is a "health food"! It's a yummy breakfast and delightful snack.
You Can Have Your Carbs & Eat 'Em Too!
Will carbohydrates be the downfall of Western Civilization? Do we need to load up on protein to lose weight? Or will a diet higher in protein destroy your kidneys and bones? These are significant questions in a very confusing dieting world. The controversy rages as we sit down to breakfast and cast a skeptical eye at both the nutrition article in the morning newspaper and our cereal bowl full of grain products.
The Body Makes it Simple.
Everything we eat turns into glucose in our blood. The real question is how fast this occurs. If you eat simple carbohydrates, such as sugar and white flour, your blood sugar will spike because these foods are quickly converted to glucose. If you eat a lot of simple carbs, you can have very high blood sugar for several hours. Blood sugar levels can't remain high without damage, so insulin is released to move all the blood sugar into our muscles and fat stores. Experts now agree that a lot of insulin results in hunger pangs and an overworked pancreas which can promote adult onset diabetes. Experts also tell us diets excessively high in protein can impact kidney and bone health. And what about fat? There's no question that too much fat contributes to heart disease and some types of cancer. So what's the answer to this complex issue?
Protein & Fats.
If we can slow down the absorption of sugar during digestion, we can better control spikes in blood sugar and everything that follows. Protein and fats are harder to break down, so people eating diets rich in these foods mat feel less hungry and have better control over blood sugar. This is one argument for "high protein, low carb" diets. However diets high in fat and protein may not be particularly safe. Nor are these diets any more effective in weight control over the long term.
Fiber is very effective in showing digestion of starch into sugars in the stomach and it has major health benefits. Fiber, in conjunction with a healthy lifestyle, promotes good digestion and regularity, and it contributes to good heart health because of essential oils that are known to decrease cholesterol. Fiber is also known to help prevent certain types of cancer. So if fiber-by definition-is a carbohydrates that is the key.
Complex carbohydrates, such as whole grains (brown rice, whole wheat), are rich in fiber and win in the long run when compared to simple carbohydrates like white flour and sugar. Also keep in mind that fiber is less than half the calories of fat. And don't kid yourself, calories do count!
For over 25 years, Nature's Path® has been providing tasty, nutritious organic food choices to those who want to get a little more out of their mornings.
What's good about certified organic goodness?
- Good Food
- No synthetic pesticides
- No synthetic herbicides
- No preservatives or additives
- No genetically engineered seeds or ingredients
- No irradiation
- Good ecology
- Enriched, drought resistant soil
- Less soil erosion
- less groundwater pollution
- Improved farm biodiversity
Three Generations of Commitment to Organic Farming.
At Nature's Path®, we're committed to not only making delicious organic food, but also to helping the environment. .
This product is third party certified organic by Quality Assurance International (QAI)
Quality guarantee: If you are not completely satisfied with this product, please send the emptied bag with the freshness code stamp to: Consumer Services, 250 H Street, #275, Blaine, WA 98230
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