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Bitter Apricot Kernels

4 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)

£6.49£24.99

Super nuts from the Himalayas

  • 150g £6.49 (0.09p per serving)
  • 300g £9.99 (0.07p per serving)
  • 1kg £24.99 (0.05p per serving)

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Product Description

Himalayas-ImageFOR INFORMATION ON APRICOT KERNEL CONSUMPTION FROM THE FSA AND EFSA, PLEASE SEE ‘How to Use Me’

These bitter gems, grown between 6,000 and 10,000 feet in the Himalayas, have a fortress-like shell to protect them from the harshness of their environment.

Our Apricot Kernels are one of nature’s richest sources of laetrile, a powerful antioxidant. Remember, not all kernels are equal, it’s the smallest and bitterest that pack the most punch, which is why these are the only ones Creative Nature offer.

Please research me online to discover how I could improve your diet and lifestyle.

“We source the most bitter kernels we can find, only from the Himalayas, because they have the highest levels of laetrile and therefore the greater antioxidant levels.
Just be warned, they are very bitter!”
Julianne, owner.

IndiaReasons to choose Creative Nature:

  • Bitter Himalayan
  • Organically cleaned in the UK
  • Very Low Salt
  • High Dietary Fibre
  • 100% natural and raw
  • Certified Vegan and Vegetarian
  • Free from gluten, dairy, GMO, soya and lactose
  • No added sugar, preservatives or sweeteners

 

 

Ingredients: 100% Bitter Apricot Kernels, and that’s all!

Per 100g

Per 2g serving

%RDA

Energy

2433kJ/588kcal

49kJ/12kcal

0.6%

Fat

48.5g

1.0g

1.4%

Of which: saturates

6.9g

0.1g

0.5%

Mono-unsaturates

34.3g

0.7g

Polyunsaturates

9.5g

0.2g

Carbohydrates

8.0g

0.2g

0.08%

Of which: sugars*

4.2g

0.08g

0.09%

Dietary Fibre

13.5g

0.3g

0.2%

Protein

23.2g

0.5g

1%

Salt

 0.03g  0.6mg  0.01%

*naturally occurring sugars

How to Enjoy

  • The FSA advises you roast/heat the kernels to reduce risks from amygdalin/cyanide. Please see their website here
  • EFSA recommend no more than 1 large or 3 small kernels per day. Please see their website here
  • Not suitable for children
  • Rinse and pop straight into your mouth
  • Blend into smoothies
  • Grind up and sprinkle on yoghurt or porridge
  • Add to granola

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4 reviews for Bitter Apricot Kernels

  1. 5 out of 5

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    only starting dont know much about then yet

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      We would love to hear how you get on! Please keep us updated

  2. 2 out of 5

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    hi,very unsatisfied with this product.I bought batch 56922,150 gr in local pharmacy and this box have at least 1/4,1/5 amount of spoiled seeds.
    Size of seeds are very different and if bigger one are good,white under skin and taste is nice-bitter,smaller one are yellow inside and have rotten taste.
    Look like it is mix of bad and good seeds.
    Please be careful with yours sourcing and check not only how they look outside but actually open them.

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      Hi Victoria

      Thank you for your comment. I am very sorry that you are unsatisfied with the Apricot Kernels, we pride ourselves on selling the best quality, most beneficial kernels in the UK. I can assure you that the brown kernels are not rotten or spoiled. With any truly natural product there will be some colour and size differences in every batch. Unlike some of our competitors, we do not bleach or treat the kernels, apart from having them organically cleaned, so we are never going to have batches of all white kernels. I hope that you continue to find our Apricot Kernels helpful in your every day diet and please do email us if you have any more concerns.

      Many thanks,
      Matthew Ford
      Operations Manager

  3. 4 out of 5

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    I have just purchased this product today and noticed it is recommended that they are roasted/heated before use. This is not mentioned on the tub instructions for use so i am a little confused… do they need heating before consumption or are they safe to eat in their raw form straight from the tub after rinsing ?

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      Hi Catherine, thanks for getting in touch.

      On the website, we say to heat them only because that is what EFSA have recommended to everyone. Many people do eat them raw, but our hands are tied by what we must legally say to our customers by the FSA and EFSA. If you research how to eat Apricot Kernels on Google, I’m sure there will be recipes and tips for you.
      I hope that has cleared things up for you? If you have any more questions, please don’t hesitate to contact matthew@creative-nature.uk.com

      Many thanks
      Matthew Ford
      Operations Manager

  4. 5 out of 5

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    Love the product!!! I soak over night with chia, flax, hemp, sesame, pumpkin and squash seeds in milk then I add cashews and normal almonds with manuka honey and frozen blackbebberries – I have a spring in my step all day….. Many Thanks Laurence

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