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Learn more about the 6 core superfood ingredients that make Noatmeals a healthier and low-carb option for breakfast.
01 - CHIA SEEDS
Chia seeds maybe be tiny and low in calories, but they pack a protein punch. Plus, they're high in omega-3s and fiber — making them a perfect way to start your day.
Studies have also shown chia seeds to have powerful antioxidants effect and help lower blood sugar. There's a reason they are called the superstar of superfoods!
02 - FLAX SEEDS
Flax seeds (or linseeds) are one of the oldest crops on earth and are a good source of many nutrients including omega-3s and fiber. These seeds are proven to help improve digestive health and may lower blood pressure.
Their mild, nutty flavor perfectly complements all our Noatmeals products.
03 - COCONUT FLAKES
Coconut flakes give Noatmeals a creamy texture and taste. Rich in fiber and high fat, they help the body to produce energy and aid digestive health.
Coconut flesh may also lower blood sugar and help you loose weight with an appropriate and healthy diet. Plus, they're delicious!
04 - HEMP HEARTS
Hemp hearts are technically nuts found inside the hemp seeds. They are very nutritious — rich in protein and healthy fats such as omega-6s and omega-3s.
These nutty flavored seeds are the main source of Noatmeals' plant-based protein and also promote cardiovascular health.
05 - MCT OIL POWDER
Extracted from real coconuts, MCT oil (or Medium-Chain Triglycerides) is composed of smaller molecules which make it quicker to absorb and easier to digest.
This healthy fat is a faster source of energy and produces more ketones than any other form of fats, helping you stay satisfied and full throughout your day.
06 - MONK FRUIT EXTRACT
The monk fruit (also known as Buddha fruit) is grown for its fruit extract: mogrosides. They create a sweetness sensation 250 times more powerful than sugar without containing fructose or glucose.
Monk fruit gives Noatmeals its slightly sweet profile and is known to have antioxidant effects.
How to prepare Noatmeals
Open a Noatmeals pack and pour in a small pot.
Add up to 6 oz of milk or milk substitute (almond milk, oat milk, coconut milk, etc.).
Bring to a soft boil and lower the heat.
Stir occasionally until the noats reach you desired consistency of your alternative oatmeal.
Transfer to a bowl. Let it cool for a few minutes and garnish with your favorite toppings!
Start the day with the comforting taste of oatmeal without oats.
Open a Noatmeals pack and place in a mason jar or blender bottle.
Pour up to 8 oz of milk or milk substitute (almond milk, oat milk, soy milk, coconut milk, etc.).
Stir to blend or cover to shake.
Refrigerate overnight for 7 to 9 hours to allow chia and flax seeds to hydrate completely and give a creamy texture to your alternative overnight oats.
Open your fridge, give another stir or shake to it and garnish with your favorite toppings!
Enjoy your healthy breakfast at home or or the go!