No need to skip brekkie with Food for Health’s Probiotic Brekkie Balls
Start the day right with great balls of goodness
It’s not always easy to get the ball rolling with a healthy breakfast when you’ve got a hectic day ahead. But now there’s an easy way to start the day right, with Food for Health’s Probiotic Brekkie Balls.
Taking the fuss out of the morning rush, Food for Health’s Probiotic Brekkie Balls are a nutritious, delicious breakfast snack that comes in three mouth-watering flavours: Mango & Coconut; Cinnamon, Vanilla & Maple; and Blueberry & Vanilla. Best of all, the 40g balls contain significantly less sugar than other snack balls on the market.
Food for Health founder Narelle Plapp said some ranges on supermarket shelves contained more than
four times the sugar of Probiotic Brekkie Balls.
“I know how important healthy choices are for consumers, so my biggest priority when we were researching and creating the Probiotic Brekkie Ball range was to find a way to keep sugar to a minimum,” she said.
“The secret to Food for Health’s guilt-free range is the absence of dates.
“Dates have a very high natural sugar content, so instead we’ve made the Brekkie Balls using Aussie-
grown oats as the base ingredient. As a result, each Brekkie Ball contains less than five grams of sugar.”
She said despite the name, the balls weren’t reserved just for mornings, and could be enjoyed around the clock. They come in packs of five, so take a box to work and leave some in the desk drawer.
“You can eat these for a delicious, satisfying breakfast on the go or as a quick snack if you hit the 3pm slump, without feeling bad about your food choices,” she said.
As well as being low in sugar, Food for Health’s Probiotic Brekkie Balls are vegan and two of the varieties – Mango & Coconut and Cinnamon, Vanilla & Maple – are FODMAP Friendly.
Food for Health’s Probiotic Brekkie Ball range is now available in
the health food aisle of Coles and independent supermarkets. RRP
$12.00 for 5 x 40g balls.
For more information on products and to find Food for Health stockists, visit foodforhealth.com.au, facebook.com/foodforhealth or @lovefoodforhealth on Instagram.
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