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Our chips only need a few ingredients.

Made ONLY with these simple healthy ingredients!

Chickpeas
Chickpeas
Like other beans, Chickpeas, are rich in both soluble and insoluble dietary fiber and are a good source of protein, folate and magnesium. They can boost your energy because of their high iron content and regular intake of Chickpeas can lower LDL (bad) and total cholesterol.
Wheat gluten
Wheat gluten
Wheat Gluten is a protein found in wheat that gives elasticity to dough, helping it to rise and keep its shape. Chickpeas combined with wheat protein can provide an amount of protein comparable to that of meat or dairy foods without the high calories or saturated fats.
Olive Oil
Olive Oil
Olive oil is widely known to be high in monounsaturated (good) fat which can help lower LDL (bad) cholesterol. Olive oil is also a rich source of energy, vitamins A, D, E and K and provides linoleic and alpha-linolenic acid, essential polyunsaturated fatty acids.
Onions
Onions
The phytochemicals in onions improve the working of Vitamin C in the body which helps your immune system. They also contain chromium which assists in regulating blood sugar and Quercitin which has been shown to thin the blood, lower cholesterol and raise good-type HDL cholesterol.
Coriander Seeds
Coriander Seeds
Not only do they taste great, they can aid in digestion, are a good source of iron and Vitamin C and are have been known for their anti-diabetic and anti-inflammatory benefits. Coriander seeds also contain natural compounds which help to detox the body and remove all the traces of heavy toxic metals.
Cumin Seeds
Cumin Seeds
Besides being so tasty, cumin is extremely good for digestion and related problems. The seeds have a organic compounds that activate our salivary glands in our mouth and stimulate acids and enzyme production responsible for digestion in the stomach and the intestines. It is also a Carminative which means that it relieves gastric problems.
Chili powder
Chili powder
Chili peppers are high in Vitamin A contain a substance called capsaicin, which gives them their characteristic pungence, producing mild to intense spice when eaten. Capsaicin is a potent inhibitor of substance P, a neuropeptide associated with inflammatory processes. Cayenne has been shown to reduce blood cholesterol, triglyceride levels, and platelet aggregation, while increasing the body’s ability to dissolve fibrin, a substance integral to the formation of blood clots. 
Cardamom
Cardamom
Cardamom is related to ginger and can be used in much the same way to counteract digestive problems. It has been known to combat nausea, acidity, bloating, gas, heartburn and constipation. As it is a diuretic and fiber rich spice, cardamom can lower blood pressure and help sooth a variety of kidney, bladder, and urinary problems. Like ginger and turmeric, its relatives, cardamom has some anti-inflammatory properties that limit pain and swelling, especially in mucus membranes, the mouth, and throat.
Cinnamon
Cinnamon
Cinnamon’s unique healing abilities come from three basic types of components in the essential oils found in its bark and is packed with mineral manganese, fibre, essential oils and calcium. Its anti-inflammatory properties can help reduce inflammation caused due to indigestion and its antibacterial properties can be good for the teeth and gums. Cinnamon has great digestive properties which some say can regulate the breakdown of carbohydrates and the production and use of insulin by the body.
Cloves
Cloves
Clove contains significant amounts of an active component called eugenol, which studies say functions as an anti-inflammatory substance. Clove also contains a variety of flavonoids, including kaempferol and rhamnetin, which also contribute to it’s anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.
Spinach
Spinach
Spinach contains high levels of chlorophyll and health promoting carotenoids (beta carotene, lutein and zeaxanthin). These phyto chemicals have anti-inflammatory and anti-cancerous properties and are especially important for healthy eye-sight, helping to prevent macular degeneration and cataracts. And of course, spinach is a good source of protein.
Salt
Salt
We use a small amount of salt in our chips. Salt has a bad reputation but several studies have shown that when intake is controlled, it is not harmful for your health. In fact, sodium in salt helps muscles and nerves work properly by assisting muscular contraction and transmission of nerve signals. Having the proper amount of sodium in the body maintains an appropriate overall balance of bodily fluids. Indeed a lack of sodium can actually lead to cardiovascular problems. Read more…
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