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Holy Crap and Skinny B are the world's most amazing breakfast cereals

Erika Weissenborn, B.Sc. Food Nutrition and Health, CHN reports, "Aside from the nutritional content of these cereals being top notch, they will help to sustain your blood sugar levels and keep you satisfied until lunch. That's something I always look for in a breakfast cereal!

With nothing refined or altered added, your body knows exactly what to do with a product like this. Just eat real food!

Compare sources of omega-3 and omega-6

There are more omega-3 and omega-6 in a serving of Holy Crap cereal or Skinny B cereal than a serving of wild Atlantic salmon.

Holy Crap
2 T (28g)

Skinny B
2 T (28g)

 Wild Salmon 1 serving (75g)
According to Health Canada

Omega -3 2.5g 3g 1.92g
Omega -6 1.5g 2g 0.165g

Compare sources of fiber

There is more fiber in a serving of Holy Crap cereal or Skinny B cereal than a bran muffin.

Holy Crap
2 T (28g)

Skinny B
2 T (28g)

1 Bran Muffin (68g)
According to Health Canada

Fiber 6g 7g 3g

 

Compare sources of protein

There is more protein in 2 Tablespoons (1 serving) of Holy Crap cereal or Skinny B cereal than 2 Tablespoons of flax seed.

Holy Crap
2 T (28g)

Skinny B
2 T (28g)

2 Tablespoons of Flax Seed (28g)
According to Health Canada

Protein 5g 6g 4g

 

Those are a few reasons we believe that Holy Crap cereal and Skinny B cereal are the world's most amazing breakfast cereals! And our customers tell us they love the taste!


2 comments

  • Our lab analysis of Holy Crap indicates the following mineral content per serving:

    Sodium 1mg per serving
    Phosphorus 193 mg per serving
    Magnesium 90 mg per serving
    Potassium – not analysed.

    As you can see there is negligible sodium (salt), and only a trace of Phosphorus and Magnesium.

    Unfortunately our lab analysis does not include potassium.

    This link might help though…

    Here is a detailed analysis of chia seeds which indicates 44mg per 2 Tablespoons of Chia (and our cereal is a blend and contain less than 1/2 that amount)

    http://nutritiondata.self.com/facts/nut-and-seed-products/3061/2

    and for buckwheat it shows 129 mg per 2 Tablespoons (and our cereal serving size would contain less than 1/2 that amount)

    The online data does not include hulled hemp seeds.

    Hope this information is helpful.

    Claudia
  • what is the potassium content?

    tony

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