Naturally sweet. Raw. Gluten free. Values are per serving: high in omega 3's; 4 g protein; 6 g fiber. Low carb. Made with organic flax seeds & organic currants. Flackers are a delicious, super healthy, gluten free flax seed cracker. The organic flax seeds are sprouted making them easier to chew, digest and absorb. Flackers are dehydrated at low temperatures to ensure that all the nutrients, including the omega-3's and important enzymes remain vitalized and stable. Flax seeds are nature's perfect health food and should be part of every optimal health and longevity diet. They are: high in alpha linolenic acid - a heart healthy omega-3 fatty acid; packed with fiber, which helps to maintain normal cholesterol levels and to promote optimal digestion; low on the glycemic index, making them beneficial for diabetics. Also these powerhouse seeds are filled with antioxidants, protein, plant lignans and many vitamins and minerals. I have always been passionate about eating well and being healthy. I believe Good Food is Wise Medicine. I developed flackers for myself and my clients because it's an easy way to get all the amazing nutritional benefits of flax in a tasty cracker. They loved them and now I am bringing them to you! - Alison Levitt MD. Connect with the Doctor: www.drinthekitchen.com. 100% recycled paperboard. Cinnamon Currant Flackers make a great snack on their own or try them with your favorite nut butter or Greek Yogurt for a healthy breakfast or mid afternoon snack. Also try with sliced apples to add even more fruit to your diet! Enjoy! Non-GMO. Dairy free. Vegan. Nut free. Soy free. Gluten free. drinthekitchen.com. Certified organic by MCIA.
Doctor In The Kitchen
5 oz (142 g) x 12
6 per pack
Seal tightly after opening and store in a cool dry place or refrigerate. May contain a desiccant to preserve freshness. Do not eat.
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