412

Natural Vegetable Gum

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460

Natural Vegetable Gum

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500

Bi-Carb Soda

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575

Baking Powder

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Caraway

A type of seed with a distinct aroma and taste that is used as a spice. Excellent for digestion.

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Chia

Chia is a wonder seed that was used in ancient Aztec communities. Chia is a valued plant that contains high amounts of calcium, magnesium, iron, potassium, dietary fibre, omega 3, antioxidants and is a complete source of protein. On top of this it is easily digestible, increases the feeling of satiety and provides sustained energy. Studies have shown that those wanting relief from many ailments such as arthritis, depression, high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, chronic fatigue syndrome, autoimmune disease, autism spectrum disorders can benefit from eating Chia.

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Gluten

Gluten is a sticky substance which is found in grains such as rye and wheat and is commonly used in many different types of food as a binding agent. Many people are allergic to gluten and discover that they have Coeliac disease when they experience symptoms such as acid stomach, digestive trauma and severe headaches. Some researchers state that gluten free diets are good for those suffering from Autism Spectrum Disorder.

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Gojiberry

Gojiberry is used in traditional Chinese medicine and is one of the worlds most nutritionally intense fruits! Among other things, Gojiberries contain 19 amino acids, vitamin c, antioxidants, vitamin E which helps blood circulation, Betaine which improves memory and Cyperone which maintains healthy blood pressure. Gojiberries are known to help strengthen the immune system and manage the bodys vital defense systems.

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Herb & Fruit Extract

Extract of rosemary, thyme and grape skin that we use as a natural preservative. This adds no flavour to the product.

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Kamut

(Pronounced Ka - moot) An ancient grain which has a rich flavour and contains massive amounts of energy and protein. A relative of modern wheat, Kamut generally contains 40% more protein than wheat, up to 65% more amino acids which provide the body with more energy which is great for busy people. Kamut also contains high levels of vitamins E, Thiamine, Riboflavin, Phosphorous, Magnesium, Zinc, Pantothenic acid, Copper and complex carbohydrates. (Contains Gluten)

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Linseed

Otherwise known as Flaxseed, Linseed is known to be beneficial for women as it contains phytoestrogens which are oestrogen-like substances that plants produce. It also contains omega 3 which promotes heart health.

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Lupin

A wheat alternative legume that is high in protein, fibre and is low GI. Clinical studies conducted by the University of WA concluded that lupin assists in reducing appetite. (an allergen to some).

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Maize

Otherwise known as Corn. Maize is very high in fibre, folic acid, potassium, vitamin C and niacin (Gluten Free).

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Oat

A delicious grain that contains beta-glucans which are known to aid in lowering cholesterol and prevent heart disease. Oats also contain fibre, Vitamin b1, protein, calcium, iron, magnesium, zinc, copper, manganese, thiamin, folacin and Vitamin E. Some studies have shown that oats help to stabilise blood sugar levels.

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Quinoa

(Pronounced Keen- wah) An ancient grain used by the ancient Incas and was known to them as the mother grain. Quinoa contains essential amino acids, dietary fiber, phosphorus, magnesium, iron, more calcium than milk and is an extremely high source of protein. Quinoa contains about 15% protein, which is great for vegetarians or vegans, and also high in fibre (contains about 8%). Quinoa is gluten free and is easy to digest.

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Rice Bran Oil

Rice Bran oil has been proclaimed by some as the worlds healthiest oil. It contains various vitamins, nutrients, antioxidants and is trans fat free.

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Rye

Rye is a grain with a hearty flavour that is much loved by Europeans. It is rich in fibre said to improve the immune system, provide relief from allergies. Rye is particularly good for women because it has been known to boost estrogen levels. (contains gluten)

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Soba

Otherwise known as Buckwheat. Soba has been used in Asia for many thousands of years and is gluten free. It is also known to control blood sugar levels and improves blood flow thanks to its high levels of magnesium.

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Sourdough Culture

Traditional sourdough culture comes about when flour and water is mixed and has been allowed to ferment in a controlled way. This method generates a mixture of wild yeast and a variety of lactobacillus. These wild organisms create a type of mini bionetwork that is very different to that of normal bakers yeast.

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Soy

Derived from the soybean which is a type of legume. Soy is filled with important nutrients such as protein, fibre and protective phytoestrogens furthermore, it is known to be good for womens wellbeing, heart disease and osteoperosis prevention. It also gives our products a delightfully soft texture. (a known allergen)

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Spelt

An ancient version of the modern day wheat. Spelt contains gluten but is low in the Glycemic Index and is considered to be more digestable than modern wheat. Popular in Europe, particularly Germany where it is known as Dinkel, and also in Italy where it is called Farro; spelt possesses a delicate nutty flavour. It contains a high proportion of protein, cellulose (improves digestion and prevents disease such as bowel cancer), vitamins (controls metabolism, improves skin) and amino acids (promote wellbeing).

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Wheat

A grain that has been used as a staple food for thousands of years across the globe. It is rich in fibre but is a known allergen for Coeliacs. (contains gluten)

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