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FROM THE INSIDE OUT

February 5, 2019

 

Did you know that an average of 10 billion donuts are made in the US every year? It is hard to stand out in a world filled with delicious, yummy and dangerous donuts. Not all donuts are created equal though, keep reading to learn what makes a donut a Muscle Donut.

 

WHAT IS A MUSCLE DONUT?

Healthier alternative to a regular donut, a muscle donut is 100% Gluten Free, baked and never fried, hand dipped and packed with protein. Made with fresh ingredients that have been mindfully selected, and locally sourced as much as possible.

 

 

IS IT ONLY FOR ATHLETES?

No, our donuts are made for everyone looking into making better food choices. Athletes looking into building muscle, adults looking into cutting out sugars, diabetic, celiac, and yes, they are also very safe for kids. If you enjoy living a healthy life style, but donuts are your weakness, you are in the right place, now you can have your donut and eat it too! these healthy treats will satisfy your sweet tooth without hurting your diet!

 

 

FROM THE INSIDE OUT!

 

BAKED, NEVER FRIED

Benefits of eating baked foods include: weight management, nutrient retention, lower in fat, lower in calories. Did you know that most restaurants and donut shops change their oils maybe once or twice a week?

 

 

GLUTEN FREE

Increases energy levels, aids with gut health, reduces the risk of diabetes

 

 

PACKED WITH PROTEIN

Improves brain function, aids with weight loss, improves bone density, increases muscle mass.

 

MADE WITH FRESH, WHOLESOME INGREDIENTS

Are the donuts calorie free, sugar free, carb free? Simple answer is NO. They do have calories, carbs and natural sugars because they are made with real food, real foods have calories! If you are eating a calorie free food, chances are that you are consuming some nasty chemicals AKA artificial sweeteners. The nutrition in our donuts come from complex carbs and wholesome grains. 

 

We all love a good ol' greasy donut every once in a while, but do we love the afterward feeling of sugar crash/tiredness?

 

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