5 Reasons to Love Popcorn as a Better-For-You Snack Option!

Popcorn may have gotten a bad rap in the past, but it’s time to change your tune when it comes to this popular snack food!

With more than 50 percent of Americans eating popcorn as part of their daily diet and an increasing number of varieties on the market, there’s no doubt that ready-to-eat popcorn is here to stay! 

It can be a healthy alternative to sugary snacks, since popcorn itself has no fat or cholesterol and provides about four percent of your daily nutritional requirements. 

Here are five reasons why you should consider including popcorn as one of your health-conscience snack options...


1) Easy on the wallet

In the world of snack food, there are thousands of choices! Snacks range from cheap (and often low quality)...to over-priced, or over-hyped. Popcorn has remained a staple year after year, and one of the reasons is that its pretty easy on the wallet!


2) Plant protein

Popcorn is a gluten-free, non-GMO whole grain that contains fiber and antioxidants. It's also a good source of plant protein, with about 5 grams per cup. That's why popcorn makes a great healthy snack for both kids and adults!


3) Fiber

Popcorn is a good source of fiber, with about 4 grams in a 2-cup serving. That's around 16% of the recommended daily intake for women and 11% for men.


4) Packed with nutrition

Popcorn is a whole grain, making it a gluten-free and non-GMO snack option. It's also low in calories and fat, and high in fiber and antioxidants!


5) Delicious

There are so many ways to eat and season popcorn...the recipes are almost endless! BOHEMiYUM makes ready-to-eat popcorn that will be sure to suit your taste. With flavors ranging from Himalayan Pink Salt, and Sweet Brown Butter, to a magical Lemon Zest...we've definitely got something for everyone. 

It is also gluten-free, non-gmo, kosher, vegan, and whole grain. What’s not to love?

Try some delicious BOHEMiYUM popcorn today!




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