Simply 7 Quinoa Chips
Simple Ingredients. Simply Delicious.
With school year already in session, we are especially sensitive to the nutritional needs of our children. It is easy to grab quick snacks that do not really provide good nutrition to the growing bodies and minds of our kids. That is why I am always on the lookout for nutritionally dense products that could be a great addition to our youngster’s diet.
Look what’s out there buried as a deep secret. No secret, of course, rather not at the spotlight yet. Before I outline the pluses for this snack that every child should have, One Big thing that launched me to the Seventh Heaven was a whopping 7 grams of protein per serving of these Quinoa Chips.
I have not seen anywhere that this product category, i.e., chips, would carry that many grams of protein. Happy, exciting moment of truth that it is possible to deliver a delicious snack in the form of chips with great nutritional profile.
Sea Salt Quinoa Simply 7 Chips
Made delicious and nutritious, all due to the integrity of the process these chips are made with:
- GMO Free
- No Artificial Colors or Flavors
- No Preservatives of MSG
- Gluten FreeZero Grams Trans Fats
- Simple Ingredients
- Delightful Taste
Made with several distinctive flavors – Barbeque, Cheddar and Sea Salt, and Sour Cream & Onion, Simply 7 Chips share one solid base – QUINOA.
What are some benefits of Quinoa you’d ask?
Even if you can tolerate gluten foods, it is a healthier alternative to consume Gluten Free as well.
Quinoa is a great source for protein, calcium, iron. It contains almost perfect balance of all 8 Essential amino acids (“essential”= humans cannot synthesize it in the body) needed for tissue development.
Quinoa is high in lysine & cystine amino acids which are the building blocks of protein. Approximately 4 oz/day of quinoa (~1/2 cup) will provide a child’s protein needs for one day.
• Quinoa is a great for protein, calcium, iron. It contains almost perfect balance of all 8 (“essential”= humans cannot synthesize it in the ) needed for development.
• Quinoa is high in lysine & cystine which are the .
Approximately 4 oz/day of quinoa (~1/2 cup) will provide a child’s protein needs for one day.
– See more at: http://celebratewomantoday.com/2010/02/18/quinoa-recipe-for-gorgeous-skin-weight-loss-week-one/#sthash.HPusBfjZ.dpuf
Each packet of Simply 7 Chips contains a simple recipe that could be made in a few short minutes:
Great product. Delicious Taste. Super Healthy Alternative for any less nutritious snack out there.
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— Celebrate Woman (@DiscoverSelf) August 26, 2014