Franjos Kitchen's Gluten Free Tanker Topper lactation biscuits are full of their naturopath Jo's many favoured superfood ingredients plus Franjos Kitchen's favourite- choc chips! They include the amazing natural *Galactagogues; gluten free brewers yeast, flaxseed meal and organic rolled quinoa flakes, but also Australian grown teff flour, chia seeds, buckwheat flour, organic coconut oil, choc chips and organic shredded coconut. These biscuits take the term 'functional food' and 'superfood' to another level. Franjos Kitchen hope that these biscuits will not only help to 'fill up Mum and her tanks' with more than just the essential vitamins, minerals and good fats for her milk production but also extra nourishing phyto-nutrients to support her and her energy levels during this very demanding time. Their Gluten Free Tanker Topper lactation biscuits are also vegan so those with dairy and egg intolerances can enjoy them.
Who Are These Biscuits For?
Everyone. But functionally they can specifically assist breastfeeding Mums to help boost their milk supply. Being gluten free they are perfect for people who have coeliac disease or are trying to reduce their gluten intake. With ingredients like quinoa, teff, coconut oil, chia, flaxseed and buckwheat these bikkies stand out because of their naturally rich vegan protein levels, antioxidants, good fats, fibre, iron, plus much more. Franjos Kitchen think that these bikkies are one of the most satisfying, health enhancing snacks going around.
Each ingredients has been carefully selected and plays an important role in not only helping mums meet their breastfed baby's needs, but also their own health which is often ignored during this demanding time. So, even if you have stopped breastfeeding but are looking for a tasty, superfood snack then this Tanker is something you can easily grab to keep yourself satisfied and on your toes.
How Many Should You Eat?
Franjos Kitchen recommends 2-3 per day.
*'Galactogugue' is a Greek word for substances that promote lactation. Galactagogues have been used for years by mothers around the world to enhance milk supply.*