Wednesday, 16 January 2013

A Burst of Energy This New Year with Clover Seedburst



This new spread from Clover offers the natural goodness of seeds and whole grains, with 70 per cent less saturated fat than butter.

For many of us, despite living relatively healthy lifestyles year round, January is still a time when we vow to do better and inevitably this can make mealtimes feel a little dull. This year, however, Clover is spreading some cheer with the launch of a new seeded spread.

Clover Seedburst’s delicious and unique blend of seven healthy seeds and whole grains (Sesame, Barley, Linseeds, Oats, Wheat, Rye and Millet) provides a natural source of vitamin E and Omega-3, without compromising on the familiar buttery Clover taste. With the added benefit of 70 per cent less saturated fat than butter, Britons can expect to enjoy a healthier morning slice of toast.

As well as brightening your breakfast, the new spread is perfect melted on a lunchtime jacket potato, over a corn on the cob at supper and for a range of other delicious uses.

Celebrity nutritionist and author of ‘The Drop Zone Diet’* Jeannette Jackson comments: “Seeds are a crucial part of a healthy diet, providing a powerhouse of nutrition and energy. Packed with unsaturated fats, they help to maintain healthy blood cholesterol levels for a healthy heart. Clover Seedburst is a great way to make seeds part of your daily regime.”

Actress and home cookery expert Nadia Sawalha comments: “I’ve always believed that maintaining a long term healthy balanced diet doesn’t mean depriving myself of the foods I love, but finding those tasty alternatives that will do me some good. Clover Seedburst tastes great and has the added benefit of containing naturally healthy whole grains and seeds which means that I can feel good about what I’m eating!“

For more information visit www.cloverfamily.co.uk


* The Drop Zone Diet, Penguin, January 2013




2 comments:

  1. Must give this a try!

    Laura Harris

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  2. Sounds really good. I currently have gestational diabetes despite having no risk factors, and have been advised to change from butter to a low fat spread. Will have to try this one.x

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