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Our Nut Butters.

REVIVE's nut butters are made in Singapore for the best quality assurance possible, with 100% natural ingredients and they are suitable for all ages. Our nut butters are FREE from added sugar, hydrogenated oils and palm oil.

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100% Natural ingredients

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High in quality

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DID YOU KNOW?

Most commercial nut butters sold in retail outlets are filled with hydrogenated oils or palm oil to improve texture by halting natural oil separation, and as a filler for margin boosting. Both hydrogenated oils and palm oil are highly processed, which means that they not only provide zero useful nutrition, they can also have a negative impact on your health.

GOOD FATS VS. BAD FATS

Let’s be real and honest, nuts contain fat. STOP. Before you leave this page, let us explain. There are “good” fats and “bad” fats. “Bad” fats when eaten excessively can be found guilty of giving you a scare when you step onto a weighing scale, but “good” fats like omega-3 can help you combat fatigue, keep you in a good mood and improve your brain power. There are four (4) groups of fats: trans fats, saturated fats, monounsaturated fats and polyunsaturated fats. Various types of food fall within each group.

GOOD FATS

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Monounsaturated Fats

Nuts
Olives
Avocados
Natural nut butters
(eg. Peanut butter, Almond butter, Cashew Butter, ABC Butter etc.)

Polyunsaturated Fats

Tofu
Soy milk
Flaxseed
Fatty fish
(eg. salmon, mackerel, tuna)

BAD FATS

bad-fats

Saturated fats

Palm oil
Fatty meat
Hard cheese
Processed meat
(eg. ham, burger, patties, sausages)

SATURATED FATS

Do not be afraid of all saturated fat. For instance, saturated fat found in nuts and natural nut butters is different to the saturated fat found in a pepperoni pizza. The amount of saturated fat varies depending on its source. Similarly, the effect of saturated fats on blood cholesterol varies from person-to-person, depending on genetics and other health factors.

All in all, it all comes down to applying a bit of common sense to the way you eat. You do not have to cut out fats from your diet; instead try substituting some of the “bad” fats with a few more “good” ones and you will be fine.

TRANS FATS

Fried foods
(eg. french fries, nuggets, fried chicken)
Commercially baked goods
(eg. cookies, crackers, cakes, muffins)
Solid fats
(eg. margarine)
Packaged snacks
(eg. potato chips, candies)

TRANS FATS

Artificial trans fats are created in an industrial process that pumps in hydrogen to liquid vegetable oil to solidify them. These are commonly found in may processed foods, and are the ones to avoid as much as possible!

100% Natural. 100% Tasty.

Nut butters made from all natural tree nuts and legumes with NO added sugar, additives or emulsifiers.

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Beware of What's Out There.

Laden with Sugar
Filled with Highly Processed Oils
Finance Focused Decisions
Bare Minimum Standards
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Zero Added Sugar
100% Natural Ingredients
Customer Focused Decisions
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