Looking for a healthy snack alternative for your diet?
I have an exciting new giveaway for you! If you’ve read my post about eating anti-inflammatory foods or eating clean on the elimination diet, this post will be beneficial in giving you snack ideas to incorporate in your diet!
Mary’s Gone Crackers kindly sent me these products to try – but you may be interested to know that when I was going through my own elimination and anti-inflammatory diet, I found very few foods that I was able to eat. Mary’s Crackers was one of the few foods that I could ingest – thanks to their clean ingredients. 🙂
I want to introduce to you their line of healthy snack alternatives you can try, because I’m a sucker for their ingredients 🙂 As a nutritionist, you can expect that I’ll always read labels for everything that I buy. There’s very few snacks that I can find that have super clean ingredients, or have ingredients that aren’t filled with sugar. In fact, during my flare ups, I struggled to find snacks for eczema.
Of course, some of their products do have sugar (like their double chocolate chips, mmmm) – but their super seed crackers don’t have any! Without further ado, keep reading below for more info.
(Plus – make sure to enter the giveaway, below!).
Mary’s Gone Crackers: Super Seed Crackers
What I love about this product is that it’s a traditional gluten free cracker recipe made from organic, wheat free, whole grain brown rice, quinoa, flax seeds, and sesame seeds (it’s also SOY free), so you can enjoy the cleanest, most wholesome ingredients that are available 🙂
Check out the label below – it’s gluten free, dairy free, wheat free, soy free, nut free, vegan, and non-gmo! I don’t think it can get any better than this 😉 It’ s a perfect snack for eczema!
If you’ve never tried them before, these crackers are thin and crispy. Made with sunflower, pumpkin and poppy seeds, these crackers are healthy snacks for eczema that can be eaten on its own, or with a side of guacamole or chili.
If you’re not acquired to the taste of “healthy” foods or snacks, then I would probably recommend that you stick to the original crackers instead, as they may satisfy your taste buds more 🙂
Compared to potato chips, they’re inflammatory, laden with rancid oils, deep fried, and can also make your eczema flare up. Mary’s Gone Crackers is a socially conscious company that wants to help those with allergies/dietary restrictions to bring back some pleasure into their lives through the things that they miss the most.
If you’re interested in some of their other products, they also have a Sea Salt flavoured Sticks & Twigs product (I personally found this product salty but others may beg to differ) and a Double Chocolate cookie below as well.
(Pssst – you can also try all 4 of their cookies and buy it on this link here).
I didn’t find the Double Chocolate cookie spectacular, but it wasn’t bad either. I did start getting more hooked on them after eating them for a while though!
(Note: I ate their crackers while I was eating an anti-inflammatory diet, and not their cookies or pretzels that I’ve featured here).
The entire Mary’s Gone Crackers’ line is made in USA – and I love how they’re dedicated to being made in an organic, gluten free, vegan, nut free, dairy free, kosher facility to ensure there is no cross-contamination. 🙂
They also test ingredients and finished products to make sure that they’re not contaminated. The products also go through strict criteria; for example, their ingredients always have to come up to ‘less than 10 ppm,’ which means no detectable gluten.
Love their products yet? If so, you can buy them on this link here or enter the giveaway below!
One lucky reader is going to a win a box of Mary’s Gone Crackers Super Seed Crackers, Double Chocolate cookies, and Sea Salt Sticks & Twigs! To enter simply click on the rafflecopter below.
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Abby is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist who helps clients achieve optimal health. She is passionate about seeing people use health and nutrition to transform lives. She hopes that her experiences and knowledge can help educate others on natural remedies that will help eczema. Follow her on Twitter, Facebook or YouTube for more updates!