Wheat FlourThis ain't no standard "wheat flour"! Ours is a special flour that contains 10X more fiber than regular flour does. This particular fiber is extra special in that it is a resistant starch for prebiotic benefits like support for healthy blood sugar levels, gut health, immune health and more.
Wheat ProteinWheat protein is fully natural in wheat. It's isolated from the wheat grain by a simple washing process. Our wheat protein gives Goodles an extra protein kick and helps to create that springy, bouncy chew!
Chickpea ProteinChickpeas, also known as garbanzo beans, are part of the legume family. While they have become more popular recently, chickpeas have been grown in Middle Eastern countries for thousands of years. The protein from the chickpea flour is what we use to boost nutrition!
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Nutrients extracted from: We grind up the following superfoods into a powder, extract out the micronutrients, and bake it right into the Goodles noodle. Because our vitamins and minerals come from nature, they are more stable and bioavailable than synthetic vitamins concocted in a lab. This special process is what allows us to get so much nutrition in there without giving the noodle an icky flavor.
BroccoliBroccoli contributes critical nutrients like Vitamin C and Chromium.
SpinachShhh. Don't tell the kids. Ground up, organic spinach delivers nutrients like B2, B6, Folate, E, & Iron.
KaleKale is a nutrition superstar due to the many nutrients it contains including Vitamin K and Copper.
PumpkinPumpkin is a superfood delivering lots of nutrients including Manganese, Molybdenum, and Zinc.
Sweet PotatoSo good! Packed with Vitamin A.
Sunflower SeedsSunflower seeds are little nutritional power-houses: Hello Biotin, Vitamin B1, B3, Biotin (Vitamin B7) and Selenium.
CranberryThis power-packed berry is a nutritional gem. Cranberries are a rich source of several vitamins and minerals, including Iodine.
ChlorellaYes, it's a fresh water algae. But don't be scared! Chlorella is packed with vitamin B-12. We only use the nutrients, so don't worry about any weird taste!
Maitake MushroomMaitake, recognized as the "king of mushrooms" in Japan, has long been used as an adaptogen to treat several ailments. Maitake is the mushroom with the highest source of vitamin D. Goodles gets Vitamin D2 from these guys.
Shiitake MushroomWe grab Panthotenic Acid (Vitamin B5) and Selenium from these nutritionally dense superfoods.