We strive to use ingredients as close to how they exist in nature as possible. Our favorite rule of thumb – if you can’t identify the ingredient on the label, you may want to avoid it.
Browse through some of the ingredients and the benefits they provide you below.
High in monounsaturated fats, the same type of health-promoting fats as are found in olive oil, which have been associated with reduced risk of heart disease and a great source of Vitamin E.
Contains soluble and insoluble fiber, binding to toxins escorting them out of your body. The fiber in apples also help maintain a healthy cholesterol level. Like many other fruits, apples contain amazing amounts of antioxidants, allowing your body to work better at preventing and fighting disease.
Famous for their ability to cleanse the blood, containing calcium, sulfur, iron, potassium, choline, beta-carotene, and vitamin C. They are high in minerals that strengthen the liver and gall bladder, and are the building blocks for blood corpuscles and cells.
Carrot juice in the morning will give you a competitive edge over coffee drinkers. Carrots are rich in organic calcium that is invaluable to bones and teeth. They are an excellent source of vitamin C, including most of the B complex, iron, potassium, phosphorus, and sodium.
Contains natural chemicals called flavonoids, a type of antioxidant compound that promotes general health and might lower your risk of several diseases, as well as a natural energy booster called Theobromine.
A low calorie food packed with Vitamin K and Phytonutrients, known for it’s antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, digestive tract and cardiovascular support.
Combination of easily digestible protein (2 times the protein of any other seed or grain), essential fatty acids, vitamins, soluble fiber, antioxidants and minerals all work together to supply the body with steady energy. Chia has nearly 9 times the amount of Omega-3 oil found in Salmon.
Contains anti-oxidants, and is a natural cleansing agent, helping to clear heavy metals from the body.
Thought to be antimicrobial and aid the body in controlling blood sugar levels by slowing the rate at which the stomach empties after meals, reducing the rise in blood sugar after eating.
Provides an 11 ounce serving of water, is low in calories and fat but rich in vitamins, minerals and other nutrients including Lauric acid, Chloride, and Iron, as well as important electrolytes such as Potassium, Magnesium, Calcium, Sodium, and Phosphorous.
Low in calories and a great source of B vitamins. They are also very hydrating, aiding the body in detoxification.
Composed of simple sugars in the form of fructose and contain vitamin A, iron, potassium and fiber among other vitamins and minerals and are used as an easily digestible sweetener.
Carries one of the biggest nutrient payloads on the planet. The amount of fiber, antioxidants and Omega-3 fatty acids in flax leaves grains in the dust. Flax has been known to lower cholesterol, fight diabetes and cancer, promote brain health and regularity and reduce inflammation while strengthening the immune system.
Anti-inflammatory, which allows your body to protect itself from heart disease, cancer, arthritis, and Alzheimer’s. Ginger also reduces cholesterol, nausea and the risk of blood clots. Ginger also helps aid in digestion and circulation.
A natural antiseptic, which clears bad bacteria out of the body. They are super high in vitamin C, the powerful antioxidant which strengthens the immune system. Lemons also have an alkalizing effect on the body, stimulating the digestive system and purifying toxins out of the liver.
An excellent source of beta-carotene, sulfur, vitamin C and the trace mineral selenium, which is excellent for fighting cancer, protecting against heart disease, improving conditions of arthritis, slowing the aging process, encouraging beautiful skin and increasing male potency. It is also an excellent source of bone-building calcium and magnesium.
Promotes digestion and aids the stomach in cases of indigestion and inflammation. It is also known to strengthen the liver, cool the body and relieve asthma.
Rich in vitamin B vitamins, C, and E. It provides plenty of calcium, zinc, iron, magnesium, phosphorous and amino acids.
Contains half of the daily-recommended value of vitamin C and nearly 75 percent of the daily recommended value of the mineral manganese. Pineapple also contains significant amounts of bromelain, enzyme that breaks down protein, possibly helping digestion and inflammation.
One of the highest sources of chlorophyll, which oxidizes the blood. It cleanses the kidneys, liver and urinary tract and effective for upset stomachs by stimulating digestive enzymes and excellent for the colon by encouraging normal function in the intestines.
Packed with Phytonutrients, but is very low in calories. It’s a great source of folic acid and Vitamin C.
Important due to its chlorophyll content, while also supplying an abundance of nutrients such as oxalic acid, beneficial in the cleansing and healing of the intestinal tract, and vitamin E, which stimulates a healthy immune system and keeps your brain cells healthy and active.
An excellent source of Vitamin C and antioxidants. They have anti-inflammatory properties which can help reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease.
A root similar looking to ginger, is a powerful natural medicine that has long been used in the Chinese and Indian systems of medicine as an anti-inflammatory agent to treat a wide variety of conditions.
Excellent 3:1 balance of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, which promote cardiovascular health. has also been proven to naturally balance hormones.
This low calorie superfood is high in antioxidants and may help prevent cancer and heart diseases in addition to maintaining or improving brain function.
High in vitamin c, b6, and fiber, Jalapenos aid the metabolism, contain anti-cancer properties, and help fight infections.