1. Tiger Nuts are a renewable resource with a low carbon and a low water footprint. These small tubers grow from a sedge almost like weeds.(botany 101, sedges have edges. That’s how you can tell them apart from other grasses) Fun Fact: There’s evidence that our earliest ancestors up to 2 million years ago may have had a diet that consisted primarily of Tiger Nuts.
2. Tiger Nuts fit into AIP, Paleo, Keto, and Allergy Friendly diets.Tiger Nuts aren't actually nuts, which means that people with nut sensitivities and allergies can enjoy this mylk without fear (keep in mind that we do process nuts in our facility). Our Tiger Nuts are organic, Non-GMO, Vegan, Gluten Free, Kosher and Raw.
3. Tiger Nuts are incredibly nutritious. They are high in magnesium, iron, zinc, potassium, Vitamins E, C and B-6. Tiger Nuts are also high in antioxidants and they have been said to help fight bad bacteria in the body while supporting good bacteria. They work as a pre-biotic, fueling the good bacteria and helping reduce gas and bloating.
4. Tiger nuts are said to help reduce heart disease, control diabetes, lower bad cholesterol and improve sex function (in males). Yes, they actually tested for that.
5.Tiger Nuts are naturally sweet while being high in healthy fats which means they can help you sustain your energy longer without crashing. Yay! Plus, it's fun to mix things up in our diets. In fact, one thing missing in modern day diets is diversity. Having a diverse diet rich in plants helps us adapt to stress and have healthier bodies!
Tiger Nut aMYLK is a game changer. Will you like it better than almond aMYLK? I prefer not to compare them. It’s different. It tastes like sunshine on sweet grass. It’s not as mellow as almond mylk. It has a bit of a tang to it while being sweet and mellow like oat milk. It’s so hard to describe! Try it and let me know what you think! I really want to know.