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Bursting with nutrients, spirulina is the most nutrient dense food on the planet. 28 times more beta-carotene than carrots, 39 times more iron than spinach, and almost 3 times the antioxidants of blueberries. It supports your antioxidant levels helping reduce the risk of cancer, improve your immune functions to keep you going all year round and helps your body reduce inflammation which stops those aches and pains and keeps you full of energy for longer.

Higher in chlorophyll, RNA, and DNA than any other food in existence…and it’s rich in a unique phytonutrient called Chlorella Growth Factor (GCF). That makes chlorella an unrivaled superfood for immune system repair, energy metabolism, and cellular repair. Think of each of the approximate 30 trillion cells in your body being nourished, cleaned, and repaired on a daily basis. Helping your body to heal itself! With its unique phytonutrients and wide array of essential vitamins and minerals, chlorella will help you feel more energized and healthy throughout your busy

Grown in the cold, clean, pristine waters off the coast of Iceland, this superfood is one of nature’s richest sources of organic calcium, organic magnesium, and over 70 trace minerals. Wildcrafted Red Algae provides all the key nutrients to build strong bones so you can avoid painful breaks and long recoveries. Your skeletal system is always “remodeling”. Give your bones the raw materials they need to stay strong and dense whether you’re trying to hit a personal record in the gym or just worrying about that next accidental fall. Nourishing your bones will give you that confidence to get out there and be active.

Dairy Free Lactobacillus Acidophilus and Dairy Free Bifidobacterium Lactis

These two powerful probiotics strains help to rebalance and restore health to your gut. Approximately 70% of your immune function resides in your gut. It’s more important now than ever to have a healthy immune response, so gut health needs to be a top priority. Not all probiotics do what they are supposed to do, which is why we choose unique strains that have been shown in studies to be effective and potent. The right balance of probiotics can help us produce and absorb essential vitamins, promote healthy digestion, and can even help us to better digest dairy. Imagine eating some of your favorite foods with friends and family without the fear of embarrassing or painful moments later that evening.

From the cold, pristine waters off the shores of Iceland, this is the world’s richest source of natural iodine and also contains over 70 trace minerals, many of which are now missing in our soil. Low levels of iodine can slow your metabolism causing unnecessary weight gain. Imagine seeing the numbers on the scale decrease without further dietary restrictions. All those trace minerals help activate all of those health pathways that promote better energy, clearer thinking, and more vibrant skin.

This red algae may be the worlds richest source of beta carotene, not to mention other carotenoids like alpha carotene, cryptoxanthin, zeaxanthin, lutein, and lycopene. These carotenoids are particularly important for supporting your brain health, vision, and skin/hair/nails. Did you know that eating high levels of carotenoids has been shown to make your overall appearance more attractive to others? Yong Zhi Foo, Gillian Rhodes, Leigh W. Simmons, The carotenoid beta-carotene enhances facial color, attractiveness and perceived health, but not actual health, in humans, Behavioral Ecology, Volume 28, Issue 2, 01 March-April 2017, Pages 570–578, Compared to a placebo group, those who were given extra beta carotene had faces that were more likely to be chosen as more attractive as well as healthier looking over the pre-supplementation faces. Therefore, beta-carotene significantly enhanced participants; attractiveness and appearance of health.Thats because it helps give your skin a very healthy glow.

Wheatgrass juice is loaded with approximately 100 elements needed to optimize our health…things like Vitamins A, C, E, minerals like calcium and magnesium, and the very powerful antioxidants superoxide dismustase and cytochrome oxidase. To give you an idea of just how much more nutrition there is in the juice, we need approximately 32 ounces of wheatgrass to make just one ounce of our organic wheatgrass juice. Be careful to have only wheatgrass juice, not wheatgrass powder (which is just ground up grass). The best part is you get the benefits of this anti-inflammatory and immune boosting superfood without the unpleasant grassy smell of a concentrated 1 ounce shot. That’s because we mix ours with our citrus juices so that you would never even know it’s in there.

This natural plant fiber, a prebiotic, is one of the absolute favorite foods of the healthy bacteria in your gut. When you eat FOS, your good bacteria multiply and take over the gut…starving out the bad and pathogenic bacteria. Did you know that studies have shown that people with the wrong types of bacteria in their gut are unsuccessful at their weight loss attempts, whereas those with the right types of probiotic bacteria have a much easier time losing weight? Nothing rebalances your gut faster than prebiotics like FOS.

Not only is beet juice loaded in antioxidants and phytonutrients (as you can see from its deep red color), but it’s also one of nature’s best sources of healthy nitrates. These nitrates turn to nitric oxide in your body which supports healthy circulation, oxygenation, and blood flow. That’s why it’s all the rage right now with professional athletes. Imagine being able to keep up with your kids when racing around the backyard…or shaving time off your record mile pace…while putting in the same amount of perceived effort. Beet juice, because of it’s nitrate levels, has also been shown in many studies to help reduce blood pressure. Kapil V, Khambata RS, Robertson A, Caulfield MJ, Ahluwalia A. Dietary nitrate provides sustained blood pressure lowering in hypertensive patients: a randomized, phase 2, double-blind, placebo-controlled study. Hypertension. 2015;65(2):320-327. doi:10.1161/HYPERTENSIONAHA.114.04675; and Good for your heart in so many ways!

Not only is this one of the richest sources of healthy carotenoids, it also contains two fatty alcohols (falcarinol and falcarindiol) that have been shown in recent studies to block fat cells from absorbing more fat and allows for your muscle cells to absorb more glucose. Which means, when combined with proper nutrition and exercise, carrots can lead to increased muscle and reduced body fat…all while helping to maintain healthy blood sugar levels. And all of this with as little as one carrot a day. Those carotenoids are also essential for healthy skin, brain health and vision. If you are going to look that good, you might as well see yourself more clearly too!

Spinach is a treasure trove of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. But that’s just the beginning of what this super vegetable has to offer. Spinach contains a natural hormone called ecdysterone that results in significantly higher increases in muscle mass in response to exercise. Some studies have shown 300% improvement in muscle mass. Isenmann, E., Ambrosio, G., Joseph, J.F. et al. Ecdysteroids as non-conventional anabolic agent: performance enhancement by ecdysterone supplementation in humans. Arch Toxicol 93, 1807–1816 (2019). Other studies have indicated spinach can help reduce your food cravings because of its thylakoids, boost your immune function, help you to breathe better, and can even act as a potent prebiotic to improve your gut health.

In case you think of parsley as just a condiment, think again. Parsley is high in vitamins, minerals and flavonoids content makes it an excellent anti inflammatory…helping to reduce the risk of pain and inflammation in your joints. If you have stiffness when you wake up or when you take a long walk, a little extra parsley may be just the thing you need. As a rich source of Vitamin K it is also food for your bone health. So the next time you see that sprig of parsley as garnish, take advantage of it!

Your parents were more right than they may have known when they told you to eat your broccoli. Broccoli is a great source of nutrients, but it’s real super powers come from it’s phytonutrient content. It is one of the richest known sources of the powerful phytonutrient sulforaphane, one of the key drivers of regulating our antioxidant levels, antiinflammatory defense, and liver detoxification pathways. What does this mean for you? Well, if you have a few extra drinks one night, broccoli supports your liver detox. If you are sneaking a little too much dessert, broccoli can help fight off the free radical damage those sweets cause that age your body and your organs. Some studies have shown that cruciferous vegetables, like broccoli, kale, collard greens, and broccoli sprouts are up to 3x as powerful for your health as any other vegetables. A little broccoli really supercharges your body’s defenses.

Tomatoes are one of the best sources of a red carotenoid called lycopene. While there are extracts and supplements of lycopene, studies show that most of the health benefits come from eating the whole tomato .Burton-Freeman B, Sesso HD. Whole food versus supplement: comparing the clinical evidence of tomato intake and lycopene supplementation on cardiovascular risk factors. Adv Nutr. 2014;5(5):457-485. doi:10.3945/an.114.005231 Lycopene has been shown to improve heart health and prostate health. It even has been shown to act as SPF. That’s right, eating tomatoes can act as sunscreen to protect your skin from the sun’s harmful rays…up to 33% more protection against sunburn. Pretty impressive.

If you are looking for the king (or queen) of all vegetables, kale is it. According to the ANDI scale (which identifies nutrients, antioxidants, and phytonutrients in foods), kale is the most nutrient dense vegetable there is. But those vitamins and minerals only tell a small part of the story. Because kale is a cruciferous vegetable, it is also as much as 3x more health promoting than other vegetables. That’s because it’s rich in a certain class of phytonutrients called glucosinolates (like sulforaphane and others). Kale boosts your antioxidant levels, squashes painful and irritating inflammation levels, and detoxifies your liver. Kale is even one of the best sources of the carotenoids lutein and zeaxanthin, which studies have shown can increase your IQ, creative thinking and problem solving. Khan NA, Walk AM, Edwards CG, et al. Macular Xanthophylls Are Related to Intellectual Ability among Adults with Overweight and Obesity. Nutrients. 2018;10(4):396. Published 2018 Mar 23. doi:10.3390/nu10040396. How about being more creative on your next project at work or simply being able to problem solve a bit better with the next issues that arise with the kids at home.

Bursting with nutrients, spirulina is the most nutrient dense food on the planet. 28 times more beta-carotene than carrots, 39 times more iron than spinach, and almost 3 times the antioxidants of blueberries. It supports your antioxidant levels helping reduce the risk of cancer, improve your immune functions to keep you going all year round and helps your body reduce inflammation which stops those aches and pains and keeps you full of energy for longer.

This is one of the most important foods you can possibly eat even though they are quite difficult to find. They are the richest known source of the powerful phytonutrient sulforaphane. They have 50 to 100 times as much as broccoli. If cruciferous vegetables are 3x as health promoting as other vegetables, these potent sprouts are off the charts. Sulforaphane unlocks some of your body’s most powerful health pathways, such as the NrF2 Pathway. Normally you need one antioxidant to fight off one free radical. But with the NrF2 pathway, your body unleashes antioxidants (such as Catalase, Glutathione, and Superoxide Dismutase) that neutralize 1,000,000 free radicals at a time. Because free radicals cause premature aging, joint pain, immune system depression, and even degenerative diseases, having your NrF2 Pathway firing is essential to keeping you young and healthy. Broccoli sprouts should be your go to food to boost immune function and to boost your defenses against air pollution, heavy metals, and stress.

We use this colorful and nutrient rich fruit juice for both its nutritional content and for its delicious flavor. Orange juice is known for its immune boosting vitamin C, but it’s also particularly high in a wide variety of flavonoids like hesperidin (nutrition for your blood vessels) and naringenin (fights free radicals and helps metabolizes carbohydrates). Oranges help your body synthesize new collagen, meaning it’s crucial for building healthy, beautiful skin. Think a gentle, natural botox without any of the downsides or lack of facial expression.

We use this wonderfully tart fruit juice for its delicious flavor and because of its outstanding nutritional properties. We all know lemons are rich in Vitamin C, but did you know it’s uniquely high in a class of powerful flavonoids called liminoids, coumarin, and volatile oils? All of these things help suppress cytokines. Maybe you’ve heard of cytokine storms that create massive inflammation throughout the body…lemons have a lot of different nutrients that help nutritionally keep cytokines to healthier levels. Lemon juice’s flavonoids also pass through the blood-brain barrier helping to protect your brain.

If you think some common fruits and vegetables are high in immune boosting vitamin C, then acerola cherries are going to really wow you. Acerola cherries contain 50 times as much vitamin C as oranges. Our acerola cherry, grown sustainably in the Amazon Rainforest are one of the true superfruits. Thankfully, these exotic cherries also contain over 150 phytonutrients too. Say yes to more days with your friends and family and less days stuck in bed.

Our Tibetan goji berries are some of the highest antioxidant fruits in the world. Grown on the highest altitude organic farm in the world, these goji berries are forced to withstand extreme temperature fluctuations, strong sun, and harsh winters. All of these force these goji berries to produce higher levels of antioxidants and nutrient levels to survive. For that reason, our goji berries are the most nutritious you can find anywhere in the world. Goji berries are one of the few fruits that contain all 8 essential amino acids and 18 amino acids overall. Of course, it’s a bit challenging to get to Tibet to pick these particular berries for yourself…so we did it for you!

As acai bowls are becoming more popular, more of us have become aware of the antioxidant wonder that is acai. But, those are loaded with tons of extra sugar. Our acai is fresh from the Amazon Rainforest without any added sugars and are cold processed to retain all those healthy antioxidants. It’s rich purple color comes from its exceptionally high anthocyanin and polyphenol content (3x higher than red wine). These phytonutrients help keep your antioxidant levels high and keep your gut bacteria favorable so you can say goodbye to the bloating and hello to your favorite pair of jeans.

These delicious red fruits are full of health promoting antioxidants are phytonutrients, like anthocyanins, quercetin and kaempferol. These all boost your lung health which is so important right now, and gives a hefty dose of vitamin C to keep your immune system functioning optimally. Sounds good to breathe easier each day, on the tennis court, and when pushing your limits on the treadmill. Another big benefit…strawberries may just help you to balance your blood sugar levels. Researchers are finding better regulation of insulin and blood sugar with higher strawberry intake. Parelman, M., Storms, D., Kirschke, C., Huang, L., & Zunino, S. (2012). Dietary strawberry powder reduces blood glucose concentrations in obese and lean C57BL/6 mice, and selectively lowers plasma C-reactive protein in lean mice. British Journal of Nutrition, 108(10), 1789-1799. doi:10.1017/S0007114512000037; and Calvano A , Izuora K , Oh EC , Ebersole JL , Lyons TJ , Basu A . Dietary berries, insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes: an overview of human feeding trials. Food Funct. 2019;10(10):6227-6243. doi:10.1039/c9fo01426h. Next time you reach for that delicious slice of cake know that strawberries may help blunt the sugar spike.

These sweet and tart berries are one of the richest sources of ellagic acid which is one of the most powerful antioxidants in nature. Life throws a lot of stress, toxins, heavy metals, pesticides and other things your way. Each of these create mutations in your DNA that can lead to serious problems down the road. Think of raspberries as your super hero defenders repairing the DNA damage along the way. Add in a healthy dose of quercetin and gallic acid to help promote optimal health and youthful vigor. Raspberries aren’t only super defenders against DNA mutations, but they also help you looking and stay younger. Song B, Zheng B, Li T, Liu RH. Raspberry extract promoted longevity and stress tolerance via the insulin/IGF signaling pathway and DAF-16 in Caenorhabditis elegans. Food Funct. 2020;11(4):3598-3609. doi:10.1039/c9fo02845e

If you’ve heard of polyphenols, then you know they are linked in studies to blood sugar regulation, gut health enhancement, cardiorespiratory health, brain health and more. Well, blueberries are one of the richest sources of polyphenols in existence. Not only that, but it’s also one of the richest sources of a very special phytonutrient called pterostilbene, which has been linked in studies to being anti-inflammatory, a powerful antioxidant, antidiabetic, cardioprotective, brain protective and more. It’s no wonder that blueberries have been shown in repeated studies to help brain function and improve memory. So when you really think about it, blueberries are an incredibly smart choice.

For you workout fanatics, meet your new best friend…the organic tart cherry. It’s unique phytonutrient profile helps to prevent muscle soreness after working out and even helps with faster recovery from exercise. Imagine getting back to the gym faster for even better results. And, for those in pain, tart cherry has been widely studied and shown to greatly reduce inflammation and pain. Finally, if you are looking for a good night’s sleep, tart cherries are high in natural melatonin helping to support a good night’s rest. Think recovering faster, being in less pain, and sleeping better. Not bad for one delicious fruit!

These tart, antioxidant-rich berries have a special place in our hearts during Thanksgiving, but these super powered berries deserve a place in our diets year round. Many of us know that cranberries may be the healthiest food in existence to prevent bladder infections. But there is so much more. Did you know that eating cranberries has been shown to increase blood levels of a hormone called adinopectin, which helps to lower levels of blood sugar and may even help to decrease body fat levels? Imagine being a bit more slim and healthy just from eating a few cranberries.

Never heard of this Amazon Rainforest superfruit? Well, now more than ever you need to know about it. It’s the world’s richest source of vitamin C…it can have 60 times more vitamin C than oranges. When you take a vitamin C pill, it’s a synthetic version of vitamin C stripped of all of its natural cofactors…it’s refined just like white sugar is. To get the real immune boosting benefits, you need the whole vitamin family, which is made up of the necessary natural bioflavonoids, rutin, Factor K, Factor J, Factor P, tyrosinase, ascorbinogen and other critical cofactors. Camu camu is rich in all of these. Now that’s a food to balance and strengthen your immune system.

Grapes are not just delicious, they’re also loaded with antioxidants and polyphenols that powerfully support your health. In particular, they are one of the riches sources of resveratrol, which many studies suggest plays a significant role in helping you to live a longer, healthier life. Resveratrol seems to affect three genes that are all related to longevity, including the SirT1s. Some studies suggest that resveratrol may mimic some of the life extension benefits normally associated with calorie restriction. So, no need to starve yourself…just get some extra purple grapes to nutritionally support a healthier and perhaps longer life.

Aside from being perhaps the most uniquely delicious fruit on the planet, it also stands on its own as a nutritional powerhouse as well. It’s unbelievably high polyphenol content has linked it in studies to better brain health, cardiovascular health and digestive health. Pomegranate juice has 3x more antioxidants that red wine and green tea. This is one of those amazing instances of deliciousness and health coming together. The more you eat, the healthier you’ll be.