Nourishing Zucchini Bread
Egg, Apple, pumpkin seed, Walnut, Brewer's yeast, Grass-fed Ghee
Daily Snack • 450g
Plant-rich and packed with nutritious super seeds and nuts to nourish. Enjoy this irresistible snack warmed or grab a quick bite to fuel your day!
Dietary & Lifestyle Attributes
zucchini, Egg, Apple, Vanilla Extract, Baking soda, Ceylon cinnamon, Baking powder, Whole wheat flour, flax seed, pumpkin seed, Walnut, Brewer's yeast, Grass-fed Ghee, Carob powder
Nutritionally designed to help moms heal after giving birth. Benefits of Ritual Meal's Nourishing Zucchini Bread:
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Healthy fats have anti-inflammatory properties that do wonders for the brain, skin and immune system. It also helps the body absorb the other essential nutrients, and acts as an energy booster and hormone stabilizer. As well, fat being a major component of breast milk, supports your baby’s growth and development. Healthy fats include fatty fish, walnuts, flaxseeds and chia seeds.View our postpartum meals that are rich in healthy fats
Instructions for Reheating & Enjoying
Enjoy a slice now! Refrigerate for longer freshness.
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