Granola is calorie-dense, as well as rich in protein, fiber, and micronutrients. In particular, it may provide
Zinc, copper, selenium,
B vitamins, and vitamin E.
The nutrients in granola vary depending on the ingredients, though some are a good source of micronutrients and fiber. Certain brands may have more calories, protein, fiber, fat, or sugar than others.
Ingredients of Tropical granola
Although there’s little scientific research on granola itself, common ingredients, including:
Dried sweetened papaya pieces
Sweetened flavour banana chips
Nibbled Almonds - are linked to numerous health benefits.
Raisins and Almond granola
Crunchy clusters of sweetened oat flakes with raisins
Flaked and nibbled almonds
Honey and sunflower seeds.
Additionally, high fibre foods like oats, nuts and seeds slow down the emptying of your stomach and increase digwstion time