Health Food Awards: The Top 20 Products to Buy

Sometimes it seems that there are too many products to choose
from. And with each brand claiming it’s the best, consumers can have a hard
time deciding what to buy.

That’s where the Product of the Year Awards come in. 

1. Sweet PotaTOASTS

Vegolutionary Foods

Simply pop these frozen, ready-to-make roasted sweet potato
slices in your toaster, toaster oven, or air fryer and enjoy your superfood
‘toast’ in minutes. Made from real sweet potato slices, this ‘toast’ is an
excellent source of vitamin A & C, a good source of fiber & vitamin B6,
and satisfies any gluten-free, vegan, or paleo dietary needs. Sweet PotaTOATS
are a clean label, single ingredient, bread replacement. Price: $37.99

2. Wild Friends Foods Nut Butter Oats

Wild Friends Foods

Try Oatmeal with real nut butter for a delicious, protein-packed breakfast. This speedy heat-and-eat option has 4 g of fiber and comes with a nut-butter packet for extra drizzling. Price: $20.94

3. YQ by Yoplait Coconut Single Serve Yogurt

Yoplait

Made with less sugar (9 g max!). 
This Yogurt is made with ultra-filtered milk. 15g of protein, 9g of
sugar, 99% lactose free. It is made with ultra-filtered milk and sweetened with
fruit, cane sugar and natural flavors. Keep Refrigerated. Ready to Eat. Price:
$7.99

4. Original & Unsweetened Almondmilk

Califia Farms

Almondmilk has only 60 calories
and half the sugar of whole milk per serving, but is so creamy and rich, you’ll
be left wondering if it’s whole milk or Almondmilk. Unsweetened Almondmilk is
100% sugar-free and has a creamy, pure taste that will make it a quick staple
in your fridge, coffee, smoothies, recipes and more. Original Almondmilk is
Soy-free, dairy-free, gluten-free, carrageenan-free, non-GMO, kosher, vegan,
BPA-free

50% more calcium than milk, contains only 60 calories per
serving and is made from non-genetically engineered almonds. Unsweetened
Almondmilk is also Soy-free, dairy-free, gluten-free, carrageenan-free,
non-GMO, kosher, vegan, BPA-free. It contains 50% more calcium than milk and
only 35 calories per serving and is made from non-genetically engineered
almonds. Price: $67.00.

5. Pink Salmon in Extra Virgin Olive Oil

StarKist

The nutrient-filled salmon is packed in extra-virgin olive oil, so the fish is really flavorful and ideal for serving on whole-wheat bread, mixing into a salad, or eating straight from the package. Grab ’em and go! Price: $33.49 only.

6. Canned Wild Salmon

Wild Planet

The wild sockeye salmon is caught in icy alaskan waters by local fishing families. The skinless and boneless fillets are hand-packed and cooked just once to retain all of their nutrients and natural juices. This omega 3-rich fish is delicious straight from the can or tossed into a salad for a quick easy meal.

7. Sprout Living Simple Pumpkin Seed Protein Powder

Sprout Living

Simple Pumpkin Seed Protein is derived directly from the nutrient-rich seeds of pumpkins. At over 60% plant-based protein content, it is a suitable source of protein for vegetarians and vegans, but recommended for everyone!

8. Brazil Nuts

NOW Foods

Often overlooked, they’re rich in selenium, a mineral your thyroid gland needs. Selenium also supports your immune system and, because it’s an antioxidant, helps prevent damage to nerves and cells caused by free radicals as a result of things like cigarette smoke and UV rays.

9. RAW Sauerkraut

Superkrauts

Naturally fermented sauerkraut can help relieve constipation, bloating, and gas. That’s because the friendly bacteria that caused the fermentation, called probiotics, are still alive. When you eat them, they help break down certain parts of food, making it easier for your gut to absorb nutrients.

10. Dairy Free Pea Milk

Ripple

Kids need protein to thrive! What they don’t need is tons of sugar. Ripple Vanilla is a rich, creamy and delicious non-dairy milk with hints of natural vanilla, packed with 8g of protein to keep your kids full and happy, but with 40% less sugar than flavored milk.

Disclaimer

The Content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.

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