Simple And Nutritious Ingredients With Undeniable Benefits

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What's in the Bag? -Oats



Here are some highlighted ingredients of Sprouted Love Oats which make it a unique superfood option. 

Not all ingredients are listed here. Please check the ingredient label for more information.


 Among the most nutrient-dense foods with dietary fibre and protein higher than most other grains
 Proteins have a good balance of essential amino acids.
Loaded with important vitamins, minerals, and antioxidant plant compounds.
A source of many vitamins and minerals and contain avenanthramides.
 Antioxidant that may help reduce blood pressure and boost immunity
 Source of soluble fiber beta-glucan,
Reduces cholesterol and blood sugar levels
Promotes healthy gut bacteria
Promoted early satiety
May lower the risk of heart disease by reducing both total and LDL (bad) cholesterol, as well as by protecting LDL from oxidation.
 May improve insulin sensitivity
Finally, there is over 36g of whole grain sprouted oats** in this product.
Sprouted oats are much healthier than regular oats. See Sprouted Love’s section on sprouting for more information


  •  Hemp protein is an excellent source of plant-based protein. 
  • Has no cholesterol or saturated fats, unlike many sources of animal proteins, 
    • Contains essential amino acids needed to help repair muscle cells, regulate the nervous system, and regulate brain function. 
  • Contains Omega-3 ALA essential fatty acids to help maintain good cardiovascular health 
  • Has many natural vitamins and minerals that your body needs to stay healthy. 
  • A good source of  minerals and potassium

Sprouted Buckwheat

Sprouted buckwheat is a unique food because it tastes like a grain but is actually gluten and wheat free and not a grain at all. It is one of the most complete sources of protein on the planet, containing all eight essential amino acids. This level of nutrition is optional for most people, especially diabetics and those who need to reduce sugar in their diet. It has been associated with blood pressure reduction, and can serve to alkalinize urine. It also contains Rutin, a compound known to help maintain healthy arteries and veins. This food is also rich in lecithin, which helps balance cholesterol as it binds bad cholesterol in the gut and prevents it from being absorbed. Sprouted buckwheat may also “brain boost” , and may prevent anxiety, depression, and mental fatigue. It is rich in iron which helps to build healthy tissues as well as iron to build red blood cells. Lastly, it any help ward off osteoporosis as it is an excellent source of calcium levels.


Foxtail millet (Setaria italica) is a common food in parts of India. Studies have indicated that  sprouting Millet improves bioavailability of many nutrients, is itself a strong antioxidant and reduces triglycerides and inflammation


The National Cancer Institute has identified flax as a food product that deserves further study and attention because of its potential cancer fighting properties. According to the U. S. Department of Agriculture, flax seed contains 27 identifiable cancer preventive compounds. The positive health effects may include:

  • Increases energy and vitality
  • Increased sense of calmness under stress
  • Reduces threat of blood clots
  • Protects against cancers, particularly hormone sensitive cancers such as breast and prostate
  • Lowers blood cholesterol levels
  • Helps lower high blood pressure
  • Helps control blood sugar levels
  • Eases inflammatory tissue conditions, including arthritis
  • Alleviates dry skin, eczema and psoriasis
  • Enhances immune system
  • Increases metabolic rate with a positive impact on weight management
  • Helps with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)
  • Natural safe non-addictive laxative


This ingredient has important health benefits:

Combats Diabetes: Chia is being studied as a potential natural treatment for type-2 diabetes because of its ability to slow down digestion. Research has been published about the Salba variety of white chia specifically looking at blood glucose levels.

Fibre: Just a 28-gram (1 ounce) serving of chia has 11 grams of dietary fibre — about a third of the recommended daily intake for adults. Adding chia to your diet is an easy way to make sure you’re getting a good amount of fibre, which is important for digestive health.

Omega-3: Chia seeds are packed with omega-3 fatty acids, with nearly five grams in a one-ounce serving. These fats are important for brain health, dentition, and bone metabolism.  A serving of chia seeds has 18% of the recommended daily intake for calcium, which puts your well on your way to maintaining bone.

Manganese: Manganese isn’t a well-known nutrient, but it’s important for our health: It is important in bone health and serves as an activator and cofactor for other essential nutrients such as biotin and thiamin. One serving of chia seeds, or 28 grams, has 30 per cent of your recommended intake.

Phosphorus: With 27 per cent of your daily value for phosphorus, chia seeds also helps you maintain healthy bones and teeth. Phosphorus is also used by the body to synthesize protein for cell and tissue growth and repair.

Protein: Chia seeds also make a great source of protein for vegetarians and are cholesterol free. One 28-gram serving of these super seeds has 4.4 grams of protein, nearly 10 per cent of the daily value.

Fight Belly Fat: Chia’s stabilizing effect on blood sugar also fights insulin resistance which can be tied to an increase in belly fat, according to Live Strong. This type of resistance can also be harmful for your overall health.

Appetite Suppression: Tryptophan, an amino acid found in turkey, is also found in chia seeds. While tryptophan is responsible for that strong urge to nap after a big Thanksgiving dinner, it also helps regulate appetite, sleep and improve mood.

Heart Health: According to the Cleveland Clinic, chia seeds have been shown to improve blood pressure in diabetics, and may also increase healthy cholesterol while lowering total, LDL.


NutriFusion® is a blend of dehydrated whole food concentrates of 4 fruits. Each item is organic, Non-GMO, gluten free and free of pesticides. Each product in Nutri Fusion® , is sourced from North American growers! 

Orange – Oranges are rich in citrus limonoids, proven to help fight cancers of the skin, lung, breast, stomach and colon. Oranges are also full of vitamin C which is an anti-oxidant that protects cells by neutralizing free radicals. Free radicals can cause chronic diseases, like cancer and heart disease.

Shitake Mushrooms – is considered a medicinal mushroom and in addition to boosting the immune system and potentially prevents cardiovascular disease.

The Shitake mushrooms found in NutriFusion® are made healthier through a natural process that produces Vitamin D. This “Sunshine” vitamin has numerous health benefits from brain to heart to anti-cancer benefits.

Banana – Bananas are among the world’s most commonly consumed fruits and a healthy source of fibre, potassium (good for lowering blood pressure), Vitamin B6 (anti-stress energy release benefits), Vitamin C (anti-oxidant) and various other antioxidants and phytonutrients. Among it’s benefits in improving heart and digestive health.

Papaya – Papaya is a fat-free, nutrient-rich fruit that is a source of healthy carbohydrates, including fiber. It is rich in Vitamin C(antioxidant) as well as potassium and Vitamin A (eye and skin health), including the carotenoid lycopene (heart health & prostate health). Due to their high nutrient content, papayas offer health benefits for the whole body. It can keep your cells healthy and protected from damage due to the potent bio actives found in vitamins.


The health benefits of cinnamon are manifold and may extend from your brain to your heart and immune system. 

  • Good source of antioxidants
  • Reduce inflammation
  • Help regulate blood sugar levels
  • Slow down the breakdown of carbohydrates after eating
  • My mimic the effect of insulin which can help combat insulin resistance
  • Regulate blood sugar levels,
  • Promotes digestion
  • Good for brain and heart health