Nutrient Boosting the Way Better Way

5 May

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. I am compensated for my work as a nutrition ambassador with Way Better Snacks; thoughts contained in this post are my own.

When it comes to nutrient packed snacks, Way Better is doing it way better!

As a nutrition ambassador for Way Better Snacks, I was delighted to receive a recent sample package of their new line of sprouted barley crackers.

 

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Barley is unbeatable when it comes to whole grain fiber finds. Barley helps promote satiety, and in some studies it has been shown to aid in blood glucose management and blood pressure control.

The Way Better Snacks sprouted barley crackers all have 2-3 grams of fiber per serving and some very unique flavor combinations. My personal favorite was the mustard & cheddar variety. I’m a huge fan of Indian and Nepalese food (where mustard seeds and mustard oil are abundant) and you don’t usually find this nutrition powerhouse in domestic snack products.

There are 4 flavors of Way Better Snacks sprouted barley crackers available:

  • Mustard & Cheddar Way Better
  • Back in Black Bean & Salsa
  • Beyond the Sea Salt & Cracked Pepper
  • Rosemarry Me & Olive Oil

So, now, why would you want your crackers to be sprouted?

Sprouting is a nutrient boosting process that increases the bioavailability of the nutrients and makes them easier for your body to absorb. Some research even suggests that sprouting can increase the fiber content of whole grains and make them less allergenic.

If you’re looking for a nutrient boost, I’m definitely a fiber fan of the Way Better Snacks sprouted barley crackers. They make the grade when it comes to nutrient profile and flavor combinations: fiber friendly and tasty to boot!

One Response to “Nutrient Boosting the Way Better Way”

  1. Elizabeth Shaw May 6, 2015 at 7:58 pm #

    These sounds delicious! I have to say, you had me at Mustard & Cheddar… #yum!

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