And it's high in protein and fiber.
That’s one more reason that Holy Crap is the world’s most amazing breakfast cereal.
Improve your health and save the planet with a plant-based source of Omega-3. Skip the Omega-3's supplement and get your daily Omega-3 requirements every morning for breakfast in your Holy Crap cereal (or Skinny B cereal).
Plant-based food sources, like Holy Crap cereal, have less impact on the planet’s resources. Fish oil, an alternate source of Omega-3, is subject to mercury and other industrial pollutants. Organizations like consumerlabs.com have even found some brands of fish oil contain rancid fatty acids that can harm your health.
Nutritionist Carolyn Brown, MS, RD shares compelling reasons to include Omega-3’s everyday.
Be a brainiac: Research has shown that omega-3’s have major brain benefits, from improved mood, concentration, memory, and vision to decreasing symptoms of depression, ADD/ADHD, and bipolar disorders. Low levels of omega-3’s have been associated with increased risk of Alzheimer’s and increased brain shrinkage in older adults.
Digest well: Omega-3’s keep things moving through your digestive tract – they actually act as lubrication. Beyond that, the fatty acids strengthen your intestinal lining and preventing toxins from getting into your bloodstream.
There's a reason Holy Crap is known as the world's most amazing breakfast cereal.
Per serving it has:
A serving of Holy Crap or Skinny B contains the recommended daily requirement of Omega -3 and -6 AND
the recommended ratio of Omega-3's to Omega-6.
Get the benefits of taking Omega-3’s daily by eating delicious Holy Crap cereal. You’ll be getting heart and brain health with your breakfast.
Holy Crap's organic and non-GMO ingredients are: organic chia, organic buckwheat, organic hulled hemp seeds, organic cranberries, organic raisins, organic apple bits, organic cinnamon.
Plant-based protein carries you through to lunch
Perfect ratio of omega-3 and omega-6 fuels your brain
Stabilized blood sugar
High fiber slows down the metabolism of starch