nutritional yeast flakes
1. Melt half grass-fed butter and half coconut oil (whatever you like for the amount of popcorn you are making) Or vegans can use all coconut oil
2. Mix all ingredients below together in a bowl. You can make a double batch and store some in a mason jar for another time if you like. Just make sure everything is mixed together well.
1/2 cup brewer's yeast flakes
salt to taste
1-2 tsp. garlic granules
a few pinches of cayenne pepper or more if you like the heat
1 scoop of collagen powder (optional)
Himalayan salt to taste
3. Pour melted butter and coconut oil over popcorn and toss well.
4. Sprinkle with powder mixture and toss everything well to coat the popcorn.
The healthy fats along with the collagen helps to slow down how fast the carbs (which turn to sugar) hit the pancreas.
This combination helps to keep your blood sugar more stable.
Additionally, the cayenne aids in digestion, builds up the immune system and is a great natural anti-inflammatory.
The Himalayan salt adds great trace minerals, such as potassium, magnesium, and calcium.
Granulated dried garlic provides a moderate source of phosphorus which promotes healthy kidney function and allows your cells to make ATP, a source of energy.
Nutrtional yeast flakes can provide energy and may help maintain healthy skin, hair, eyes, and mouth. It may be effective at supporting the nervous system and enhancing the immune system. The chromium in brewer’s yeast may help control sugar levels for patients with type 2 diabetes by improving glucose tolerance.