Why

Less sugar, more flavour!

Nibble’s not like all the other protein bites, balls or bars you’ve tried. There are no sticky dates or high GI rice syrup in these little gems. Nope. We use delicious low GI dried plums and coconut nectar, so you get less sugar and more yummy flavours. And we’re talking a lot less sugar– often half that of other balls and bars!

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Our ingredients

All of our natural bites are dairy, soy, and gluten free. We’ve avoided the most commonly used proteins: whey (dairy-based) and soy. Instead we’ve gone for humble pea protein.

Pea protein is a bit of star. It’s allergen-free, sustainable (no cows required), and it’s alkaline forming which helps keep your body in balance. And because it is a “slow digesting” protein, studies have shown it keeps you fuller for longer than whey protein. Result.

Nibble also contains other healthy ingredients like gluten-free oats, toasted sunflower and pumpkin seeds, which help to create a “complete protein”. Then of course, there’s our secret weapon– tasty dried plum purée…

Dried plums

Dried plums (aka prunes) are the unsung hero of the fruit world– the original superfood. They might be well-known for their high fibre, but who knew they were the #1 food in antioxidant power? A study by Tufts University in Boston found that dried plums even beat out blueberries in the antioxidant stakes.

Nutrient-rich dried plums are also a good source of iron, potassium, boron (needed for strong bones & muscles), magnesium and vitamins K and A. What a little powerhouse!

And if all of that wasn’t enough, dried plums are deliciously low GI. . .

Now for the nerdy bit

Lower in sugar & low GI

Across our range, on average our bites contain under 6.5 grams of sugar per whole bag or less than 1g per Nibble! That’s compared to the 12-21 grams of sugar per serving you’ll find in a lot high protein snacks or date balls. Yup, that’s a big difference.

And importantly we’re using the best kind of sugars– natural, low Glycemic Index (GI) options like dried plum purée and coconut blossom nectar.

So why low GI– what’s all the fuss about?

Well, watch our little video. . .

Science

Protein

Protein isn’t all about muscles. It’s essential for overall good health. The amino acids in proteins are the building blocks for almost all life functions.

You need protein to. . .

Feed hair
Strengthen skin
Nourish nails
Signal satiety
Repair tissue
Boost immunity
Signal wakefulness
Promote healthy brain function
Signal motivation
Improve mood
Boost energy
Lower blood pressure
Build muscle
Maintain strong bones
Stabilise blood sugar

Nibble on protein

Your body is able to store some nutrients for use later on. Protein isn’t one of them! So if you don’t use it, you lose it.

But your body can only process so much protein at once. Complicated, right? Bottom line is it’s important to spread out your protein consumption through out the day, So, uh, nibble on protein. Tell me more…

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Source of fibre

Fibre is good for your digestion and your heart health. But it also makes you feel fuller, longer. Fibre slows down the absorption of nutrients, reducing your appetite.