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Nature Nate's Popped Sorghum is Gluten-Free and Healthy

Nature Nate's LLC Popped Sorghum is a fantastic snack with numerous health benefits. First of all, it is gluten-free and has never been genetically modified (NON GMO).

Sorghum is super easy to digest, almost everyone can eat it. It is high in protein and low glucose, making it lower on the glycemic index than many major grains, so the affect on your blood sugar is very small. It is cholesterol-free, and, according to studies, consuming it may even reduce your cholesterol.

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It is also high in antioxidants, some varieties have up to 10 times that of blueberries! Nature Nate's LLC uses only natural ingredients, which means there are no additives or chemicals. In fact, most of Nate's products are in the final stages of organic certification right now!

Finally, popped sorghum is delicious, resembling popcorn, but without the hull and a bit sweeter and nuttier, so you can enjoy these health perks while enjoying a fantastic snack. If you haven't tried it before, give it a whirl, it may just be your next go-to snack.

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