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‘top seed’ status among healthy foods

Ursula Arens*, freelance nutrition writer, is very enthusiastic about the Heart of Nature range of breads.

“Very few people consume enough fibre, but Heart of Nature is packed full of it. In fact, just one slice provides a fifth of the recommended daily intake and a whopping 50% more than is needed to qualify a product as high in fibre! It’s also full of health boosting nutrient-rich seeds and unlike other products which are labelled as ‘healthy’, the Heart of Nature range truly deserves top seed status.”

“There are so many products on food shelves making so many claims about health: it is really confusing for consumers. However these breads contain lots of nutrient-rich seeds, and are a very rich source of fibre. The breads have a dense chewy texture, and are a very satisfying snack or side with meals. So many cereal bars are promoted as healthy, but a quick check of ingredients can give the opposite impression”.

“As I said: Heart of Nature breads really do deserve ‘top seed’ status among healthy foods that consumers may consider.”

*Ursula Arens has a degree in dietetics, and is currently a columnist for the monthly magazine read by UK nutrition and dietetic professionals: Network Health Digest magazine (www.nhdmag.com)