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Our Favorite Healthy Companies: Simple Mills

We want you to want to choose better so you can live a better life. Sure, we want you to buy our juices because they're lower in sugar and higher in flavor, but you can't drink juice all day. Ideally, you should eat whole foods for the vast majority of your consumption. However, we all get busy and when time is tight, our options are limited. But there are ways to be healthy when you're busy.

A Resource For You:

We aspire to be a resource for you to find delicious, healthy products to enjoy on the go. Every month, we are going to feature an awesome company: ones that are healthy, low in sugar, and absolutely delicious.

Our first health company we want to share  is Simple Mills. On their website, they state:

"Simple Mills enriches lives and bodies through simple, delicious, real foods. We strive to make healthful choices easy by offering food that tastes great in the moment and nourishes your body for the long-term."

And that's exactly what we stand for as well! We love all of Simple Mills products. All of their products are made with real, unprocessed ingredients, and they're all gluten-free, paleo, and most are vegan, if you're into any of those lifestyle diets. We especially love their Almond Flour Crackers. They're made with a Nut and Seed Flour Blend (Almonds, Sunflower Seeds, Flax), Tapioca, and Cassava. 

We love these ingredients for two reasons. First, they don't contain gluten, which is important for gut health. Gluten is very disruptive to your gut health, a cornerstone to a healthy life. Second, they're nutritious ingredients, not empty carbs like most grain based flours tend to be. Almonds, sunflower seeds, and flax seeds are way lower in carbs, high in Vitamin E, healthy fats, and a decent source of protein.

And most importantly, the entire box has less than 4g of sugar. I particularly love the Sun-Dried Tomato and Basil flavor. But they're all delicious. 

Give them a try and support a fellow, Midwest company.


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