"Pure Healthiness. Very nice flavour. Had mine without adding sugar."
"Very tasty porridge and really like the cacao and orange peel flavour."
"Healthy porridge blends with great tasting flavours. Really enjoyed it."
Why Order POP PORRIDGE?
Do you have the same ingredients in your porridge every time you eat it, and pick the same porridge flavours from the supermarket shelves?
Do you have goji berries, blueberries, coconut flakes, chia seeds, flaxseeds, hemp seeds, sunflower seeds, hemp seeds, maca and spirulina in your kitchen cupboard/fridge all at the same time? Probably not?
This is where POP Porridge can help. You don't have to buy all of those separate ingredients. We do that for you to create an all-in-one nutritious and tasty personalised blend, saving you money.
Ingredients will be sourced locally where possible and are mostly organic. A full list of suppliers will be listed on the website in due course.
Organic produce avoids the use of unnatural fertilisers, pesticides; growth regulators and livestock feed additives. Irradiation and the use of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) or products produced from or by GMOs are generally prohibited by organic legislation.
Ingredients used in POP Porridge products are selected to optimise your brain and gut health.
Oats (Avena sativa) is a species of cereal which provide the following benefits:
1. Nutrient Dense - Good source of carbohydrates, protein and fibre, including the fibre beta-glucan. Oats also contain more protein and fat than most grains and contain vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.
2. Satiety - Oats contains soluble fibre which remains in the stomach longer which may help you; feel fuller and eat fewer calories throughout the day.
3. Cholesterol - The soluble fibre in oats may decrease low density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol/bad cholesterol.
4. Blood Pressure - Studies show fibre can also decrease the risk of high blood pressure and reduces risk of mortality from cardiovascular disease.
5. Blood Sugar - The water soluble properties of beta-glucan in oats help control blood sugar by slowing down digestion time which can help achieve better glycemic control and prevent insulin resistance.
Cornmeal is a meal ground from dried maize (Zea mays) a cereal grain. There are various types of cornmeal: Blue cornmeal, Steel-ground yellow cornmeal andWhite cornmeal.
1. Nutrients - Cornmeal (Polenta) contains vitamins and nutrients such as B6, folate, selenium, manganese, phosphorus, iron and magnesium and Vitamins A, C and E.
2. Macronutrients: Corn is mainly composed of carbohydrates, rich in fibre and contains protein.
3. Gluten-free - Suitable for those with celiac disease or a gluten intolerance.
4. Antioxidants - Contains carotenes, anthocyanins or other polyphenols and contributes to reducing oxidative stress and protecting against chronic disease.
5. Good Skin and Vision: Beta carotene in cornmeal gets converted to vitamin A in the body. Vitamin A is necessary for healthy skin, hair and strengthening of immune system. Beta carotene also acts as antioxidant. This which helps in the reduction of oxidative stress in the body.
Preservatives are compounds that help slow or prevent the growth of harmful microorganisms in foods. Preservatives helps to keep foods fresh for a longer amount of time and therefore protects food products from spoilage or contamination. Preservatives can be natural or synthetic and below we list natural preservatives that you can use.
Some foods have naturally longer shelf lives, and if stored properly, will last for months or years. Other foods can spoil quickly and will last a long time only if they are dried, canned, preserved or frozen.
We would like to give a warm welcome to our new POP Porridge ambassador Paul Navesey. Paul is a breakfast enthusiast with a particular love for porridge. His love of oat based meals is shared with running. Particularly endurance events from 5k through to the marathon. A British Champion at 100k and County titles at 3000m, 5000m and 10k.
Here are three foods with long lasting shelf lives compared with other popular foods items. To maximize the shelf life of these foods it is adivsed to store them in a cool, dark, dry place and in airtight containment. A dark cupboard in the kitchen or pantry works well.