Top Seedz: Revolutionizing Snacking One Seed at a Time
When we talk about eating healthy, most of the time we are referring to the three basic meals of breakfast, lunch and dinner. But sometimes, the toughest part of eating healthy is choosing our snacks. Snacks are the things we eat in between the big three to help tide us over. Top Seedz help provide a solution to healthy snacking. They are crunchy, healthy, versatile, very yummy and best of all, they are local! Top Seedz are available in three delicious flavors of cumin, rosemary, and sea salt. Each cracker is loaded with essential minerals and vitamins in addition to macronutrients. As the Top Seedz website says, these crackers fuel active lifestyles while restoring overall immune health.
There are so many benefits to eating seeds. Taste, texture, and nutrition are a few. The nutritional benefits are many including increased muscle mass, enhanced brain function, healthy hair, skin and nails, sharpened vision, and even strengthened bone density. The photo on the right shows the wonderful seeds in these crackers. Sunflower seeds, sesame seeds, flax seeds, pumpkin seeds and more.
Love these crackers with either hummus or a dab of cheese topped on. Both these toppings add some protein to the nutritional content of the cracker. Try avocado or a tapenade spread too. Each cracker contains just the right amount of salt. As a snack they can be eaten midmorning, mid afternoon or bedtime. Try having them with a bowl of soup or with your daily green salad. These crunch wonders can be found in Wegmans, WholeFoods, Lexington Coop, Clarence Center Coffee Shop, Squeeze Juicery, East Aurora Coop and other local favorites. Check it out at topseedz.com.
Definitely a must item for your holiday entertaining. I keep a package in my glove compartment so while out doing holiday shopping, if I get hungry I can enjoy this healthy and crunchy snack. Instead of cookies this year under the tree, try putting out Top Seedz crackers for Santa. You might just get something really nice under the tree this year.