With NUTSÓLA, you know exactly what you're putting into your body.
Our ingredients are all natural, preservative free, and free of added sugar. In fact, the only sugar found in NUTSÓLA comes from dates.
You’ll never have to search the internet to find out what our ingredients are. But if you’d like to learn more about the health benefits of these powerful superfoods, we’re happy to fill you in.
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The base of our mixes start with this nutritional powerhouse. Almonds are naturally high in vitamin E and magnesium. These key nutrients can increase brain function and blood flow, improve physical endurance, eliminate fatigue, and reduce oxidative stress (the enemy of antioxidants) on your body.
Dates are a satisfying, guilt-free natural sweetener. Rich in iron and magnesium, they also contain high levels of fiber. This makes them a low glycemic fruit that keeps blood sugar levels low and helps maintain the health of your digestive system
Technically, peanuts are legumes. However, they do pack many of the same health benefits found in nuts. You get high levels of protein, fiber, iron, folate, and may other essential nutrients.
Coconuts are a great source of fiber and amino acids. When digested, these create a thermogenic effect that increases your metabolism. Coconuts are also rich in numerous B vitamins, as well as minerals like potassium, magnesium, calcium, and copper. These micronutrients give your immune system a boost and help build collagen--a crucial element in maintaining bone health.
These tiny seeds are a concentrated powerhouse of nutrients. Other than their notable levels of protein, fiber, iron, calcium, and magnesium, chia seeds also supply omega 3 fatty acids. Your body can’t produce these essential fats on its own and as result, they’re lacking in most standard diets. A diet rich in omega 3s can lower cholesterol and support cognitive performance.
Vanilla extract is a natural preservative and an aromatic flavor enhancer. It also functions as an antioxidant that helps protect your cells from toxins. And considering its antimicrobial properties, vanilla can be used as cleaning agent to reduce unwanted odors in your fridge or microwave.
This familiar spice infuses our bars with a warm, distinctive flavor. But did you know that it has a digestion boosting dose of fiber? Not only that, cinnamon was used as an antiseptic and anti-inflammatory agent in early medicine.
This raw form of chocolate is all natural, delicious, and incredibly nutritious. Ingesting cacao signals the release of neurotransmitters like serotonin that elevate mood and increase feelings of happiness. As a superior source of antioxidants, cacao fights to protect your cells from premature aging and inflammation.
Salt is the universal flavor enhancer. But aside from making food tastier, it plays a vital role in maintaining your body’s electrolyte balance. Electrolytes are necessary for regulating blood pressure and fluid levels, which have a direct impact on the health of the cardiovascular and nervous systems.
We talk a lot about antioxidant effect, but what does that mean and why is it important? The breakdown of cells is a natural part of aging. However, frequent exposure to elements like pollution, chemicals, and unhealthy foods can accelerate the process. Consuming antioxidants through food can assist cell repair and even reverse some of the breakdown process.