5 Myths You Shouldn’t Believe About Maisie Jane’s Nut Butter

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There are mixed reviews out there about nut butter. Some people think it’s good for you and some people think it’s bad for you because of the high-fat content and sugars. Some brands of nut butter have a bad reputation because they don’t spread well, have a weird texture, or their labels aren’t telling the whole […]

Posted on February 22nd, 2017

Get the Skinny on How Almonds Can Help You Reach Your Weight Loss Goals

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Watching your waistline this new year? Maybe you’ve got a few extra pounds to lose or you want to revamp your whole diet, whether for weight loss or for a generally healthier lifestyle. Trying to find healthy foods and snacks that will actually help you shed extra weight can be challenging, and there’s no easy […]

Posted on January 25th, 2017

Wake Up to a Sweet Potato Bowl Drizzled With Almond Butter [Recipe]

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Are you always on the lookout for new, healthy recipe ideas? Healthy-recipe isn’t synonymous with time-consuming. People are coming up with deliciously simple recipes every day, and here at Maisie Jane’s, we love when our fans give us a shout out on Instagram when they use our products in the new recipes they’ve created. So, […]

Posted on January 23rd, 2017

Kick Start Your New Year Health Goals With a Winter Kale Salad [Recipe]

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The holidays have come and gone, which means if you’re like a lot of people, you’re sick of all the sweet treats and starting to think about eating healthier as you welcome the new year. Many people this time of the year are looking for healthy recipes to kick start a healthier diet, and we […]

Posted on January 13th, 2017

9 Label Claims You’ll Find on Nut Butter and What They Mean

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Shopping for nut butter can be stressful. You have multiple options for the same product, many with ingredients only scientists can pronounce. Each label focuses on a different benefit. Some of those benefits don’t apply to you and can leave you questioning other foods. Gluten free – what’s a gluten? Vegan – What’s a vegan? Am […]

Posted on January 11th, 2017

3 Common Questions About Additives Answered

For those who choose to have a clean eating lifestyle, “additives” is a dirty word. For others, who are just becoming educated on this topic, there are a lot of questions regarding this issue, the most common being these: What are additives? Why are they used? Are additives bad for you? It can get confusing […]

Posted on December 30th, 2016

How a Spoonful of Nut Butter Will Bring You to Your Senses

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Almost everything tastes better with butter. Such a decadent word associated with creamy, spreadable goodness to improve any dish. Except, butter doesn’t have the best reputation when it comes to your health. You don’t have to settle for regular butter on your breakfast toast or in your dessert recipes. We bring to you our incredible […]

Posted on December 2nd, 2016

4 Reasons Almonds Should Be Your Go-To After-Workout Snack

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Whether you’ve done cardio, weight training, conditioning, a spin class, or something light to get your heart rate up, almonds and other nuts can provide you with ways to maximize the benefits of your workout even after you stop moving. Physicians, nutritionists, and body building enthusiasts agree there are certain things your body needs to […]

Posted on November 22nd, 2016

Why Non-GMO and Organic Nuts Matter

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If you’re concerned about choosing non-GMO foods, Maisie Jane’s farming practices are a reflection of the brand’s belief in why you deserve to trust the food you buy to be as healthy as possible for you and your family. Because the farm is a 4th generation legacy, we place a great deal of importance on […]

Posted on November 2nd, 2016

Add Nut Butter to Your Diet and Feed Your Inner Beast

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Once upon a time, man ate not for the joy of food, but to stay alive. Commodities didn’t include white sugar or bread and butter with every meal. Man hunted for his food, stalking his family’s next meal through the wild. For sustenance, he nibbled on vegetables, fruit, and nuts. Snacks didn’t include watercress crackers […]

Posted on September 21st, 2016