INSANELY delicious, INSANELY nutritious snacks made from an ancient supergrain called Sorghum.
WHAT IS SORGHUM?
Sorghum supergrains have been around for centuries and eaten by those in the Eastern world in order to sustain their energy and keep them fuelled for the day. For example, women in the rural villages in India would often grind sorghum into their morning porridge before walking hours to collect water from the wells! Insane.
PACKED WITH VITAMINS AND MINERALS
More potassium than a banana*, and 1.5x more iron than spinach*.
PACKED WITH NUTRIENTS
Sorghum contains B-vitamins, which help the body build new tissues and cells, as well as potassium and phosphorous. Sorghum also contains traces of zinc, copper and over 20 micronutrients.
Compared to other cereal grains like barley or rice, sorghum contains a much higher concentration of fibre.
Sorghum contains Niacin, also known as Vitamin B3, which helps turn food into energy for the body. Vitamin B3 metabolizes nutrients and helps maintain energy levels throughout the day.
LOWERS BLOOD PRESSURE
By being high in potassium and low in sodium, sorghum is able to relax the walls of blood vessels and thereby lowers blood pressure.
GOOD FOR YOUR BONES
Sorghum, being high in magnesium, helps to maintain calcium levels in the body. That's because magnesium increases calcium absorption.