India is a protein deficient country. And if you’re a vegetarian, chances are you’re on the wrong side of that statistic. So yes, it’s not only gym-going men who need more protein. Expecting moms, growing kids, aging dads - they all do! And if you love nuts and dates - you’ll love our bars.
12g. That’s about 20% of your recommended daily intake. Delivered in as clean a way as possible. PS: only half the protein in the bar comes from whey. The other half comes from nuts.
Yes. A 100% veg. We don’t process anything non-veg in our production facility either.
We use WPC 80. That’s whey at 80% concentration. The remaining 20% does have some lactose. But in that low a quantity, it usually affects only those who are very sensitive. Best way to check is to try half a bar. Consume more only if it feels good. And do consult your doctor.
Around 250. Which is about 15% of your daily requirement. Give or take. And nutritionally, the bar is so dense, that in just those many calories, it’ll fill you up and keep that fried snack at bay.
Yes they are!! After all, they’re just nuts, dates and berries smooshed together. They make of a lovely, healthy kids snack! Just please check for nut allergies if the child has any before consuming. Apart from that, the younger they switch to clean energy, the better! If no-dairy is so good, why do you use Whey protein in your protein bars? Yup, our Protein Bars have whey. Raw, unadulterated whey which we procure directly from the manufacturer to ensure zero adulteration. And we use whey because it’s still the most easily digestible and most bio-available form of veg protein known to man. But, if you believe that Dairy isn't good for your gut (or the planet) then we also want to give you a 100% natural, nutrition rich, snacking option. That’s what these bars are…nothing but a gooey mix of fruits, dates, berries and nuts.
Yes! The regular (non-whey) Mueslis are 100% vegan. There is no animal-source ingredient. Even the sweetener is Kakvi (liquid jaggery). Not honey.
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.
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. And of course, we assume you don’t have a weighting scale. So we include a measuring scoop in each packet.
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.