Begin your day with a sweet, creamy, and nutritious trip to the tropics. We combine juicy mango—notable for its Vitamin C and Vitamin A content, folate, and fiber—with our blend of rolled oats, chia seeds, flax, and pea protein. We stir in anti-inflammatory coconut and sweeten this sunny mixture with unrefined coconut sugar. The result is a breakfast that’s rich in vitamins, minerals, electrolytes, protein, and (of course) big on flavor.
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Coconut has been shown to have anti-inflammatory properties. Anti-inflammatory foods may be particularly beneficial for athletes, as the stresses and strains of vigorous training can lead to chronic inflammation.
Zinc wears many hats as an essential nutrient. It’s involved in wound healing, growth, thyroid function, and blood clotting. Most importantly—at least for athletes, who challenge their systems with physical exertion—zinc plays a critical role in immune function. Our oats provide you with 20% of your recommended daily value of this essential mineral.
Our tropical oats are a good source of iron, the mineral that helps our red blood cells to carry oxygen to body tissue and muscle. As it turns out, iron may be a particularly important nutrient for athletes to consider: it plays a role in cell and protein production after exercise, and some of it is lost through sweat. One serving of our oats will provide about 15% of your daily recommended iron, along with Vitamin C to aid in absorption.
Many of us know magnesium as an electrolyte that helps to maintain proper hydration levels and healthy blood pressure. But magnesium’s benefits go beyond fluid regulation alone: this mineral may also aid in healthy digestive function, restful sleep, and stress reduction—all a hard-working athlete’s close allies.
Fiber is known for helping to keep our digestive systems functioning smoothly, but it also creates sensations of satiety and fullness after meals. Even better, this nutrient helps to regulate the absorption of sugar into our bloodstream, allowing you to bypass the peaks and crashes in energy that can accompany breakfast pastries and standard morning fare.
As always, our mango coconut overnight oats aren’t only refreshing, delicious, and filling. They’re also packed with branched chain amino acids—isoleucine, leucine, and valine—that play a crucial role in muscle maintenance and recovery.