Nutra Organics Code: VB-GV-100
Vegetable Broth is chock full of goodness, no bones about it! This delicious elixir is your whole veggie garden in a cup. Plus with ingredients such as deactivated nutritional yeast naturally filled with B vitamins, Vegetable Broth not only tastes delicious but also supports your immune system. With nourishing red miso and Tasmanian kelp, veggie broth is also a wholesome vegan stock alternative. One serve of our Vegetable Broth is equal to one serve of veggies, making it even easier to get in your daily serves. Vegetable Broth provides all-around goodness to nourish your body and warm your soul!
NUTRIENTS FOR IMMUNE HEALTH AND DIGESTIVE HEALTH
Vegetable Broth is naturally loaded with essential nutrients to support immunity along with whole food sources of Zinc, Vitamin B12 and Calcium which can be a little harder to obtain in a vegan diet. Zinc is an essential mineral for assisting immune system function and also contributes to cell protection from free radicals. Vitamin B12 helps to reduce tiredness and fatigue whilst also supporting immunity.
HOW IS VEGETABLE BROTH MADE?
Combining the best dehydrated ingredients for both nutrition and flavour, Vegetable Broth is carefully crafted together to make a wholesome, well balanced vegan broth when added to boiling water.
SERVING SUGGESTION: Simply add 2 teaspoons (6 g) to 250 ml of boiling water for a hearty cup of goodness. Use as a base for soups, stews and sauces for nutrition and taste. Make a broth bowl by adding a selection of veggies and noodles. Serve hot.
Ingredients: Deactivated Nutritional Yeast, Red Miso* (19 %), Tapioca Starch*, Pink Himalayan Salt, Aquamin Marine Minerals* (Arctic Sea Algae), Brown Rice Protein*, Turmeric*, Pumpkin*, Kale*, Spinach*, Sweet Potato, Carrot*, Broccoli, Onion, Tasmanian Kelp, Parsley, Chives, Black Pepper.
|Serving Size - 6 g||Servings per pack - 16.7|
Per 100 g
PANTOTHENIC ACID (B5)
Percentage Daily Intakes/Recommended Dietary Intakes based on the average adult diet of 8700 kJ per day.
Manufactured in a facility that also processes products containing fish, shellfish, eggs, soy, tree nuts, lupin and sesame.
Why did we add Red Miso when it contains soy?
'Soy is NOT the health food you may think it is...unless it's fermented and non-GMO (not genetically modified).'
For years we were told that soy was one of the most amazing health foods on offer. Doctors and health care professionals claimed that it was the answer to vegans and vegetarians as a source of complete protein.
BUT soy is high in phytic acid, this keeps us from absorbing iron, zinc, calcium, manganese and magnesium just to name a few! AAHHHH! But fermented soy foods are the business. Fermentation breaks down the natural phytic acid and actually boost the absorbtion of these important minerals. YAY!
We encourage you to avoid soy protein concentrates or isolates, hydrolysed or textured vegetable protein, hydrogenated soy bean oil, non-organic sources of soy, and soy processed food like soy cheese and ice cream, as they just arent awesome.
Now, a little goes a long way, so you don't want to consume huge volumes of fermented soy, but the nutrients found in miso, tempeh, and natto can be beneficial in moderate amounts. Fermented Red Miso is a powerhouse food, and found in the perfect amount in up to 3 serves for Veggie Broth daily.