Superfoods

Superfoods

Our Superfoods

Superfoods- nature’s bounteous ingredients packed with nutrients will now find their way to your plate. Experts advise a daily intake of Superfoods due to their exceptional nutritional density. Our products integrate the finest superfoods ranking high on their nutritional content, health benefits and remarkable taste. From the goodness of forest flowers, the age-old remedies of tulsi to health-boosting nuts and seeds, the choice of superfoods in our products is thoughtfully and scientifically curated with a healthy lens.It is indeed a love affair between flowers, fruits, nuts, seeds, and millets, all coming together as a nutritious, tasty and fun-filled food on the go.

Jowar

Jowar one of the top five cereal crops in the world is also one of the healthiest superfoods you could ever eat. This fibre rich member of the millet family is gluten-free and diabetic friendly and is now a popular ingredient in diet friendly snacks. From weight loss to improved heart health, this wonder grain has a wide range of health benefits.

Jowar

Raspberry

Raspberries are small, sweet berries that have a sharp and tart undertone. Their cheerful pop of color and delicious flavor is not the only reason to add them to your diet. Each velvety and succulent raspberry contains the goodness of nutrients like vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and fiber. 100g of these berries contain approx. 25% RDA of dietary fibre and approx. 30% RDA of the immunity boosting Vitamin C. 

Raspberry

Blueberry

Often called the 'king of antioxidants', these tiny blue coloured berries are one of the most nutritious berries there is. Don't let their small size fool you. This summer berry contains a bounty of micronutrients and is the perfect guilt-free snack. The health benefits of blueberries are owed to their nutrient density and high antioxidant status.

Blueberry

Mulberry

These sweet-tasting, black or red coloured wild berries are known to be bursting with nutritional goodness. Mulberries house an abundance of vitamins, minerals, fibre, and antioxidants. These fleshy, succulent, and, delicious berries deliver both in terms of excellent nutrition and delectable taste. They are truly nature's gift to us.

Mulberry

Strawberry

These sweet and slightly tart berries are perfect for providing refreshing relief during the summer months. In addition to their delightful taste, these plump and juicy berries pack a punch when it comes to nutritional benefits. Strawberries are known to be an excellent source of nutrients like vitamin C, fibre, and antioxidants. Did you know that 100g of strawberries fulfill more than half of your daily need of Vitamin C? Pretty cool right?

Strawberry

Flax Seeds

Flax seeds are popularly recommended in diets due to their high nutritional content of omega-3 fatty acids and 19g of protein and 28g fiber per 100g. It is very much rich in fiber which helps improve digestive health and keeps you satiated for a longer duration. 

Flax Seeds

Watermelon Seeds

The flat brown seeds have a pleasant nutty taste and significant amounts of vitamin C and minerals, and Riboflavin. They can be dried, roasted, and eaten as such or ground into flour to make bread. These precious seeds contain 29% protein.

Watermelon Seeds

Sunflower Seeds

These tasty little seeds can do wonders when added to your diet. They are rich in MUFA and PUFA and a good source of fiber 8.5g and 20g protein, adding a nice nutrition boost to your health. Sunflower seeds are a great source of nearly a dozen essential vitamins and minerals, two of them being zinc and selenium.

Sunflower Seeds

Chia Seeds

Chia Seeds are the new wonder seeds to boost your healthy lifestyle. They are known for their high content of omega-3 fatty acids, 17g protein and 33g of dietary fiber per 100g. They also have a good amount of amino acids making them a promising source of bioactive peptides. 

Chia Seeds

Sesame

Being a good source of 18g protein and a rich source of 12g of fiber, gives this seed the attributes of a nutritious ingredient. It is also a great source of phytonutrients such as omega-6 fatty acids, flavonoid phenolic antioxidants, and vitamins.  

Sesame

Cashews

This high fiber energy nut is not only nutritious but also blessed with a flavorful and rich taste. Cashew nuts contain high amounts of unsaturated fatty acids combined with vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and phytosterols.

Cashews

Almonds

Almonds are nutrient dense foods that are packed with the goodness of protein and fiber, as good as 18g of protein per 100g. They are also an excellent source of bioavailable alpha-tocopherol, also known as Vitamin E. Talk of minerals, and almonds are loaded with manganese, potassium, phosphorus, iron, copper, and zinc.

Almonds

Karanj

For thousands of years, this native shrub has been widely known for its medicinal properties. Ayurveda documents the benefits of this shrub towards healing and treating ailments like skin diseases. 

Karanj

Tulsi

Ancient scriptures document the medicinal qualities of Tulsi making it a popular herb in almost every household. The health implications of this herb are significant and adapted to the treatment of respiratory, digestive, skin diseases, and more.

Tulsi

Litchi

This aromatic and musky flavored fruit is a hot favorite in the summer breeze. The nectar of Litchi flowers are extremely sweet just like the juicy pulp. Litchi contains a good amount of Vitamin C, Vitamin B-complex, phytonutrient flavonoids, minerals, and fiber.

Litchi

Forest Flowers

The flowers of berry-bearing trees add the exotic flavor and health quotient that were untapped for a long time. They are known for their exceptional sweet taste and good content of vitamins.

Forest Flowers

Flax Seeds

Flax seeds are popularly recommended in diets due to their high nutritional content of omega-3 fatty acids and 19g of protein and 28g fiber per 100g. It is very much rich in fiber which helps improve digestive health and keeps you satiated for a longer duration. 

Flax Seeds

Watermelon Seeds

The flat brown seeds have a pleasant nutty taste and significant amounts of vitamin C and minerals, and Riboflavin. They can be dried, roasted, and eaten as such or ground into flour to make bread. These precious seeds contain 29% protein.

Watermelon Seeds

Sunflower Seeds

These tasty little seeds can do wonders when added to your diet. They are rich in MUFA and PUFA and a good source of fiber 8.5g and 20g protein, adding a nice nutrition boost to your health. Sunflower seeds are a great source of nearly a dozen essential vitamins and minerals, two of them being zinc and selenium.

Sunflower Seeds

Chia Seeds

Chia Seeds are the new wonder seeds to boost your healthy lifestyle. They are known for their high content of omega-3 fatty acids, 17g protein and 33g of dietary fiber per 100g. They also have a good amount of amino acids making them a promising source of bioactive peptides. 

Chia Seeds

Sesame

Being a good source of 18g protein and a rich source of 12g of fiber, gives this seed the attributes of a nutritious ingredient. It is also a great source of phytonutrients such as omega-6 fatty acids, flavonoid phenolic antioxidants, and vitamins.  

Sesame

Cashews

This high fiber energy nut is not only nutritious but also blessed with a flavorful and rich taste. Cashew nuts contain high amounts of unsaturated fatty acids combined with vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and phytosterols.

Cashews

Almonds

Almonds are nutrient dense foods that are packed with the goodness of protein and fiber, as good as 18g of protein per 100g. They are also an excellent source of bioavailable alpha-tocopherol, also known as Vitamin E. Talk of minerals, and almonds are loaded with manganese, potassium, phosphorus, iron, copper, and zinc.

Almonds

Raspberry

Raspberries are small, sweet berries that have a sharp and tart undertone. Their cheerful pop of color and delicious flavor is not the only reason to add them to your diet. Each velvety and succulent raspberry contains the goodness of nutrients like vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and fiber. 100g of these berries contain approx. 25% RDA of dietary fibre and approx. 30% RDA of the immunity boosting Vitamin C. 

Raspberry

Blueberry

Often called the 'king of antioxidants', these tiny blue coloured berries are one of the most nutritious berries there is. Don't let their small size fool you. This summer berry contains a bounty of micronutrients and is the perfect guilt-free snack. The health benefits of blueberries are owed to their nutrient density and high antioxidant status.

Blueberry

Mulberry

These sweet-tasting, black or red coloured wild berries are known to be bursting with nutritional goodness. Mulberries house an abundance of vitamins, minerals, fibre, and antioxidants. These fleshy, succulent, and, delicious berries deliver both in terms of excellent nutrition and delectable taste. They are truly nature's gift to us.

Mulberry

Strawberry

These sweet and slightly tart berries are perfect for providing refreshing relief during the summer months. In addition to their delightful taste, these plump and juicy berries pack a punch when it comes to nutritional benefits. Strawberries are known to be an excellent source of nutrients like vitamin C, fibre, and antioxidants. Did you know that 100g of strawberries fulfill more than half of your daily need of Vitamin C? Pretty cool right?

Strawberry

Frequently Asked Questions

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NMR is a Spectroscopic analytical tool that enables the analysis of the molecular structure of a material by measuring the nuclear orientations when placed in a powerful magnetic field. Due to specific nuclear orientations, every material depicts a unique pattern or spectrum, which is interpreted by statistical comparison and compared with the spectrum of the material in pure form

NMR is globally recognized as one of the key analytical techniques for authentication of food products like Honey, as it is strongly focused on both structural and chemical characterization.

Honey produces a very distinct spectrum when run through a magnetic resonance system. We can compare this spectrum to other spectra of similar kinds of honey to determine whether it has been adulterated or not. NMR also enables accurate confirmation of the purity of honey by identifying the botanical and geographical origin as well.

Eatopia Honey can be eaten as an energy food, can be used in place of sugar in meals, providing a healthier option. Eatopia Honey mixes well as a sweetener in hot and cold drinks and can be applied as a topical agent to wounds and skin infections.

How else can Eatopia’s range of honey be used?

  • As Honey for weight loss
  • As honey for cough and cold
  • As honey for skin
  • As honey for immunity
  • As honey for heart patients
  • As honey for headache
  • As honey for health benefits
  • As honey for diabetes

Eatopia honey is available in 3 quantities – 45g, 250g, 500g in glass bottles.

Eatopia’s range of honey includes natural forest honey, wild honey, karanj honey, stingless bee honey/little bee honey/small bee honey, raw honey, litchi honey, tulsi honey and mountain honey.

The bees collect nectar from flowers that are then converted into honey in hives. Eatopia Honey is procured/collected directly from these hives placed by the farmers and is bottled with strict quality assessment protocols.
There are no additions of any Flavors/additives and you get the Honey as it is. So the taste you get is the same as the actual raw honey but since the honey is produced by the bees that take the nectar from the specific plant, the honey is enriched with natural antioxidants and medicinal values intact with mild but genuine taste which may change season to season.

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