The Protein Combo - Pack of 2
1 Box (2 Packs)
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Almond Choco Crunch (with Protein)
- whole grains30%
- dried fruits16%
- nuts & seeds11%
Quinoa Choco Crunch (with Protein)
- roasted quinoa29%
- dried fruits19%
- nuts & seeds13%
- plus a pinch of cinnamon!
serving size = 2 scoops (50g) approx. values per serving
- added sugar4.6g
- natural sugar (from dried fruits)5.6g
- dietary fibre4.6g
- trans fat0.0g
- MUFA + PUFA6.9g
- added sugar3.7g
- natural sugar (from dried fruits)4.5g
- dietary fibre4.4g
- trans fat0.0g
- MUFA + PUFA6.7g
no added colour • no preservatives
no artificial sweeteners
no added flavour • no soy or gluten
no false claims • no half-truths
and no hidden * marks either
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Yes. To sweeten these Mueslis we add Kakvi, which is the most unrefined form of sugar possible (and is even more nutritious than jaggery). But it does have a Glycemic Index similar to jaggery. So if you’re completely off sugar or diabetic, please consult your doctor before consuming. PS: We also have a 'No added sugar' muesli now if you'd like.
If you have 3-4 meals a day, ideally, each meal should contribute 25-30% of your protein requirement. Our high protein muesli’s, when had with a bowl of milk (~200ml), do exactly that.
The regular (non-whey) Mueslis are 100% vegan. There is no animal-source ingredient. Even the sweetener is Kakvi (liquid jaggery). Not honey.
Yes. There’s no wheat or gluten used in the production of these Mueslis.
In 200ml cold milk. Or with 150gm curd (or Greek yogurt). Add some fresh fruits like apple, banana, berries or pomegranate on top for extra freshness. Of course, you can just have it as a snack too! But be careful of over-doing it.
We recommend 50gms. Enough to satiate you and get you started in the morning. But not so much that it gets you drowsy or busts your calorie quota.
Kakvi is the most un-refined form of sugar possible. It’s the golden dark liquid that, on further reduction, hardens into jaggery. Since we pull it out mid-way, it retains even more nutrition than jaggery. Of course, ~70% of Kakvi is sucrose (sugar). Which means that in terms of insulin impact and glycemic index, it’s similar to sugar. But it’s far more nutritious.