Extreme Health USA Launches Healthy Organic Snacks For Kids

Extreme Health USA Launches Healthy Organic Snacks For Kids that are sourced around the world from local farmers that offer great nutrition and superior tastes.

Walnut Creek, United States - November 15, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Extreme Health USA emphasizes healthy snacks that from around the world that are carefully sourced through partnerships with local framers that most importantly are delicious and loved my kids of all ages, from 3 to 100. Extreme Health USA believes a snack is only nutritionally beneficial unless it is eaten.

Extreme Health USA prides itself on healthy snacks that kids love to eat and offers nutritional delicious snacks for kids.


“Highly nutritious organic snacks from around the world with delicious coatings are the sweet spot for parents and anyone wanting to add more nutrition and antioxidants to their daily diet”. said Extreme Health USA’s representative.

One of the aspects that makes Extreme Health USA’s distinctive and delicious is the high quality coatings such as dark chocolate, greek yogurt, milk chocolate, and glazed coconut. Many of these coatings add extra nutrition and unsurpassed taste.

These snacks are not only delicious, nutritious but also versatile: They can be added to cereal in the morning, soups, salads, desserts or eaten as snack by themselves.

Among the nutritional foodstuffs are pomegranate arils, cacao nibs, golden berries, goji berries, mulberries, chia sees, and sacha inch seeds. Most of these snacks rank extremely high in the ORAC scale that measures the antioxidant scores of foods.

“These foods are are great for parents and health conscious people looking to increase their antioxidant consumption”, said the representative of Extreme Health USA.

By visiting Extremehealthusa.com and Shop.extremehealthusa.com, interested consumers can order these exotic fruits and foods from around the world and shop with confidence while also learning about their varied and significant nutritional benefits

Goji Berries for example contain more Vitamin C than oranges, more iron than Spinach, more beta-carotene than carrots in addition to 21 trace minerals and all essential amino acids.

These fruits offer nutritional benefits that many North Americans are missing in their daily diets.

For more nutritional information visit https://extremehealthusa.com

Contact Info:
Name: Jon Azimov
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Organization: Extreme Health USA Inc
Address: 1249 Boulevard Way, Walnut Creek, CA, Walnut Creek, California 94595, United States
Phone: +1-800-800-1285
Website: http://www.extremehealthusa.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88934085

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