Black Chia Seeds

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Chia seeds are tiny black seeds from the plant Salvia Hispanica, which is related to the mint. This plant grows natively in South America. Despite their tiny size, chia seeds are among the most nutritious foods on the planet. They are loaded with fiber, protein, Omega-3 fatty acids and various micronutrients.

Quinoa (Red, White & Tri-color) and Quinoa Flour

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Quinoa is gluten-free, high in protein and one of the few plant foods that contain all nine essential amino acids. It is also high in fiber, magnesium, B-vitamins, iron, potassium, calcium, phosphorus, vitamin E and various beneficial antioxidants.

Flax Seeds and Flour

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Flaxseeds contain anti-inflammatory omega-3 fatty acids (although not the same type that fish, such as salmon, do) along with antioxidant substances called lignans that help promote hormonal balance in addition to helping improve digestion, giving you clearer skin, lowering cholesterol, reducing sugar cravings, balancing hormones and even helping fight cancer. A healthy food.


Cane Sugar

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 Compared to white sugar, organic cane sugar has the full-bodied taste of sugarcane and is much less processed, retaining a lot of the nutrients present in cane juice. Unrefined cane sugar contains 17 amino acids, 11 minerals, and 6 vitamins, including antioxidants that may help reverse oxidative damage.

Chickpeas and Chickpea Flour

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Providing protein, dietary fiber, iron, magnesium, folate, phosphorous and a number of essential vitamins, along with a rich blend of antioxidants and active components, chickpeas are a powerhouse of healthy eating.

Lentil

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Lentils provide good to excellent amounts of seven important minerals, our B-vitamins, and protein—all with virtually no fat. The calorie cost of all this nutrition? Just 230 calories for a whole cup of cooked lentils. This tiny nutritional giant fills you up—not out.

Hemp Seeds, Protein Powder and Oil

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Hemp seeds are rich in protein, polyunsaturated fatty acids, omega 6, omega 3 and insoluble fiber. They are a good source of tocopherols, or Vitamin E antioxidants. High in essential fatty acids, Omega 6 and omega 3, hemp oil can be used to increase immunity, counteract aging skin and improve cardiovascular health. 

Raw Cacao Powder

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This plant-derived substance contains such amazingly powerful nutrients. Raw cacao powder has more than 300 phytochemicals and nearly four times the antioxidant power of regular dark chocolate, and contains protein, calcium, carotene, thiamin, riboflavin, and magnesium.

Raw Cacao Nibs

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In addition to the benefits mentioned in the powder, cacao nibs have 40 times the antioxidants of blueberries, the highest plant-based source of Iron, full magnesium for a healthy heart and brain, more calcium than cow’s milk and is a natural mood elevator and anti-depressant.  

Mung Beans

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Mung beans are a high source of nutrients including: manganese, potassium, magnesium, folate, copper, zinc and various B vitamins. They are also a very filling food, high in protein, resistant starch and dietary fiber. 

Amaranth

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The protein in amaranth is more digestible than other seeds and grains and has been compared to the digestibility of milk protein. Amaranth has a good amount of lysine which helps the body absorb calcium, build muscle, and produce energy. Amaranth improves bone quality, improves digestion, is gluten-free, lowers cholesterol levels, prevents Atherosclerosis, improves vision, reduces birth defects and aids in weight loss. 

Maca Powder

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It is naturally “high in minerals (calcium, potassium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, and zinc), sterols (6 found), up to 20 essential fatty acids, lipids, fiber, carbohydrates, protein, and amino acids.” Maca is often recommended to those with adrenal fatigue as it nourishes them and reduces stress hormones.

Certifications

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