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Tropical Green Tea Smoothie
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Pumpkin Pie
Overnight Oats
Organic Acai Bowl
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Beets
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Wild Blueberries
Cucumber
Honeydew Melon
Flax Seed
Chia Seed
Hemp Seed
Millenia Green Tea
Pineapple
Apple
Spinach
Mango
Wild Blueberries
Pineapple
Cucumber
Honeydew Melon
Flax Seed
Chia Seed
Hemp Seed
Mint
Coconut
Pineapple
Apple
Spinach
Mango
Carrot
Banana
Dates
Sweet Potato
Coconut
Banana
Pineapple
Beets
Apple
Cacao Nibs
Dragon Fruit
Raspberry
Blueberry
Oats
Banana
Ginger
Oats
Pineapple
Peaches
Chia Seed
Pumpkin
Maple Syrup
Cinnamon
Nutmeg
Cloves
Oats
Golden Raisins
Organic Acai
Organic Oats
Organic Honey
Organic Apples
Organic Pomegranate
Organic Blueberries

One of Mother Nature’s trendiest treats, acai (ah-sigh-ee) has awesome health benefits we’re only beginning to understand. They contain some of the highest levels of antioxidants in the realm of berries, and they’re also high in fiber and heart-healthy omega fatty acids. On top of that, they contain 19 amino acids, as well as several plant sterols, trace minerals (iron, calcium, copper and zinc), and vitamins B1, B2, and B3.

  • Antioxidant Powerhouse
  • Super Nutrient Dense
  • Heart Healthy

Did you know apples are one of the gut-friendliest fruits? Studies show a large percentage of apple polyphenols make their way intact through our digestive system and help support balanced populations of bacteria in our lower digestive tract. They’re also one of the best high-fiber foods, a high-antioxidant food, and a very significant source of flavonoids in people’s diets.

  • High In Fiber
  • Gut Friendly
  • Flavonoid Favorite

Bananas are one of the most popular fruits on the planet, and for good reason. They provide a nutritious dose of heart-healthy potassium, vitamins C and B6, manganese, and fiber. Bananas also contain tryptophan, which studies suggest plays a role in preserving memory and boosting your mood.

  • Great Workout Snack
  • Heart Healthy
  • Memory & Mood Support

You can’t beat beets when it comes to phytonutrients called betalains that have been shown to provide antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and Phase 2 cellular detoxification support. They’re also an excellent source of folate and manganese; a good source of copper, fiber, and potassium; and actually contain a little bit of almost all the vitamins and minerals you need!

  • Unique Antioxidant Makeup
  • Anti-Inflammatory Benefits
  • Detox Support

Blueberries are among the most nutrient-dense berries and are an excellent source of vitamin K and manganese, in addition to being a good source of fiber and vitamin C. They also contain a phytonutrient called pterostilbene which has been shown to act as an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant, as well as having antidiabetic, cardioprotective, neuroprotective, and chemopreventive (anti-cancer) properties.

  • Rich in Phytonutrients
  • Excellent Source of Antioxidants
  • Brain & Heart Healthy

Cacao is truly a superfood superhero. It triggers more antioxidant activity than tea, wine, or blueberries in addition to being one of the best magnesium-rich foods around (and magnesium is a vital mineral needed for more than 300 biochemical reactions in our bodies!). Even more, it contains a variety of unique phytonutrients that provide many benefits such as heightened focus, alertness, and a little boost of bliss.

  • Loaded with antioxidants
  • Mood Booster
  • Heart Healthy

Carrots kick it out of the park when it comes to the antioxidant beta carotene – a precursor to vitamin A – which is crucial for improving immunity, protecting skin and eye health, and fighting free radicals. They’re also an excellent source of biotin, a beauty-nutrient that plays a major part in maintaining the health of our hair, nails, and skin.

  • Excellent Source of Antioxidants
  • Heart Healthy
  • Vision & Beauty Support

Chia seeds are an incredibly nutrient-dense superfood whose superpowers date back centuries to when Aztec warriors would eat them for strength and endurance. (It’s said that just one spoonful of chia could sustain them for 24 hours!) They are rich in fiber, omega-3 fatty acids, protein, vitamins, and minerals that help promote healthy skin, reduce signs of aging, support the heart and digestive system, build stronger bones and muscles, and more.

  • Loaded with antioxidants
  • High in Fiber
  • Super Nutrient Dense

One of the world’s most popular spices, cinnamon isn’t just tasty, it’s a nutritional powerhouse. In a study that compared the antioxidant activity of 26 spices, cinnamon wound up as the clear winner, even beating out superfoods like garlic and oregano. The compounds in cinnamon could make it one of the most beneficial spices on earth with possible antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-diabetic, anti-microbial, immunity-boosting and potential cancer, and heart disease-protecting abilities.

  • Loaded with antioxidants
  • Anti-Inflammatory
  • Heart Healthy

Clove has been used for thousands of years not only as a spice and scent, but also medicinally. It’s an excellent source of manganese, which is an essential mineral for maintaining brain function and building strong bones. Cloves also contain a compound called eugenol, a potent natural antioxidant. In fact, one study found that eugenol stopped oxidative damage caused by free radicals five times more effectively than vitamin E, another potent antioxidant.

  • Supports Brain Function
  • Helps Strengthen Bones
  • Excellent Source of Antioxidants

Coconut (the other “white meat”) is highly nutritious and rich in fiber, vitamins C, E, B1, B3, B5 and B6 and minerals including iron, selenium, sodium, calcium, magnesium and phosphorous. It contains 17 amino acids out of the 20 needed for optimal protein formation, and it’s particularly high in threonine, an amino acid needed to protect the liver, central nervous system, cardiovascular system, and to support the formation of collagen in the body.

  • High in Fiber
  • Folate Powerhouse
  • Brain Support

Coconut (the other “white meat”) is highly nutritious and rich in fiber, vitamins C, E, B1, B3, B5 and B6 and minerals including iron, selenium, sodium, calcium, magnesium and phosphorous. It contains 17 amino acids out of the 20 needed for optimal protein formation, and it’s particularly high in threonine, an amino acid needed to protect the liver, central nervous system, cardiovascular system, and to support the formation of collagen in the body.

  • Good Source of Antioxidants
  • Anti-Inflammatory
  • Hydrating

More than just a sweet treat, dates are packed with some powerful nutrients like potassium (supporting blood pressure, cardiovascular health, bone strength, and muscle strength), magnesium (vital for over 300 enzymatic reactions within the body), and copper (imperative for making red blood cells and maintaining nerve cells and the immune system).

  • High in Fiber
  • Quick, Healthy Energy Source
  • Support Bone Strength

This wildly nutritious (and delicious) exotic superfood delivers a cornucopia of health benefits. Calorie per calorie, it’s a highly nutrient-dense fruit packed with flavonoids and flu-fighting vitamin C that are great for your immune system. Dragon fruit also contains antioxidants, vitamins B1, B2, B3, calcium, phosphorous, iron, protein, niacin and fiber for superior health support.

  • Nutrient Dense
  • Immune Booster
  • Heart Healthy

Flax Seeds may be little, but they sure are fierce when it comes to nutrition – high in fiber, antioxidants, and omega-3 fatty acids, as well as phytochemicals called lignans. They’re actually the #1 source of lignans – unique fiber-related polyphenols that provide us with antioxidant benefits, fiber-like benefits, and also act as phytoestrogens.

  • Excellent Source of Antioxidants, Omega-3s, and Lignan
  • Nutrient Dense
  • Heart Healthy

Ginger’s a delicious, aromatic spice, but for centuries it has also been used effectively as an herbal medicine for intestinal and digestive issues. Modern research has revealed that ginger possesses nutritive qualities, too, such as antioxidant powers. Plus, ginger contains very potent anti-inflammatory compounds called gingerols that prevent the formation of inflammatory compounds, and have direct anti-inflammatory effects.

  • Anti-Inflammatory
  • Good Source of Antioxidants
  • Digestive Support

Much better than their brown cousins (in our opinion), golden raisins are fruitier and lighter in flavor, and have more flavonoids—phytonutrients found in plants that have antioxidant properties—than regular raisins. Raisins also pack a powerful punch of minerals such as calcium, iron, potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, and boron and vitamins such as thiamin, niacin, riboflavin, and vitamins C, K, and B-6.

  • Source of Antioxidants
  • Quick, Healthy Energy Source
  • Digestive Support

Millenia green tea is one of the least processed types of tea so it contains the most antioxidants and beneficial polyphenols including catechins that fight and may even prevent cell damage. Green tea is also known to aid healthy cells in all stages of growth.

  • Excellent Source of Antioxidants
  • Heart Healthy
  • Brain Function Support

Hemp seed is a super seed beyond compare with an excellent 3-to-1 balance of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids which promote heart health and naturally balance hormones. Plus, it’s a “perfect protein” containing all 20 amino acids, including the 9 essential amino acids that our bodies cannot produce. With an additional 140% of your Daily Value (DV) of manganese, 77% DV of vitamin E, and 75% DV of magnesium per serving – you’re looking at a humble, little seed that deserves a Nobel Nutrition Prize.

  • Excellent Source of Omega Fatty Acids
  • Perfect Vegan Protein
  • High in Fiber

Not only is honey a far superior (i.e. healthier) sweetener compared to sugar, high-quality honey also contains trace enzymes, minerals, vitamins, amino acids, and many important antioxidants including phenols, enzymes, and compounds like flavonoids and organic acids.

  • Great Source of Antioxidants
  • Heart Healthy
  • Immune Support

Honeydew melon is a green, sweet beauty that’s an excellent source of vitamin C (a potent antioxidant) and has potassium content comparable to that of a banana, with fewer calories. Honeydew is also a source of B vitamins thiamine, niacin, pantothenic acid, as well as the trace mineral copper.

  • Great Source of Antioxidants
  • Heart Healthy
  • Immune Support

The almighty mango delivers a healthy dose of vitamins (like C, A, and folate), minerals, and enzymes to benefit your body in a variety of ways. Plus, it’s a great high-fiber food and high-antioxidant food. It’s no wonder, then, that the mango is often referred to as the “king of fruits.”

  • Great Source of Antioxidants
  • High in Fiber
  • Brain Support

Compared to refined (or “table”) cane sugar that offers absolutely no nutrients, maple syrup contains some important antioxidants and minerals like riboflavin, zinc, magnesium, calcium, potassium, and manganese (a whopping 33% of your recommended daily allowance!)

  • Quick, Healthier Energy Source
  • Good Source of Antioxidants
  • Heart Healthy

In the plant world, you can’t get any cooler than mint. While you’re well aware that it offers an uplifting flavor and a refreshing scent, it also has nutritional value you probably don’t know about. In fact, some say it has one of the highest antioxidant capacities of any food.

  • Digestive Support
  • Good Source of Antioxidants
  • Supports Brain Function

Not only is nutmeg a delicious spice, it also contains nutrients that can benefit your health in a variety of ways. Manganese is the clear winner as far as content, at 41% of the daily recommended value. It delivers an amazing array of advantages within the body, from blood clotting and regulating the blood sugar, to metabolizing carbohydrates and absorbing calcium. Nutmeg also contains the superoxide dismutase, an antioxidant enzyme that repairs cells and reduces the "oxidative stress" you hear about, which is essentially the same as the beginning of the "rusting" process inside the cells.

  • Excellent Source of Manganese
  • Good Source of Antioxidants

They are a very good source of fiber, especially beta-glucan, and are high in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Whole oats are the only source of a unique group of antioxidants called avenanthramides, believed to have protective effects against heart disease. Due to their beneficial health effects, such as lowering blood sugar and cholesterol levels, oats have gained considerable interest as a health food Oats contain more soluble fiber than other grains, leading to slower digestion, increased satiety and suppression of appetite Oats are a good source of quality protein, ranging from 11-17% by dry weight, which is higher than most other grains Oats are the only dietary source of powerful antioxidants called avenathramides that support heart health.

  • Heart Healthy
  • High in Fiber
  • Rich in Antioxidants

One of the greatest qualities in peach nutrition is the high quantity of antioxidants found in these delicious fruits. Peaches display strong antioxidant properties that have long-term implications for fighting disease and ridding the body of free radicals. In the “Journal of Medicinal Food,” a study published in October 2009 reported that significant antioxidants are present in the flesh and skin of peaches. One of the major antioxidants in peaches, chlorogenic acid, helps scavenge free radicals. Peaches contain 10 different vitamins and a large peach provides 570 international units of vitamin A, important to healthy vision, and 11.6 mg of vitamin C, an antioxidant and tissue-builder.

  • Good Source of Antioxidants
  • Mood Booster
  • Detoxifying

Pineapple is an excellent source of vitamin C (providing 131% of your recommended daily allowance!) and manganese. It is also a very good source of copper and a good source of vitamins B1 and B6, folate and pantothenic acid. These tropical treats are also a good way to get important dietary fiber and bromelain (an enzyme).

  • Excellent Source of Antioxidants
  • Immune Support
  • Quick, Healthy Energy Source

Power to the pom! They’re loaded with fiber, vitamin C, vitamin K and potassium. Another list the pomegranate makes — the top 10 aphrodisiac foods (yeah, baby!). Pomegranates also make the list for natural arthritis treatments since they’re a source of antioxidants called flavonols, which act as anti-inflammatory agents in the body.

  • Good Source of Antioxidants
  • Anti-Inflammatory
  • Heart Healthy

The bright orange color of pumpkin is a dead giveaway that pumpkin is loaded with an important antioxidant, beta-carotene. Current research indicates that a diet rich in foods containing beta-carotene may reduce the risk of developing certain types of cancer and offers protect against heart disease. Pumpkin is an incredibly nutritious food and, among other things, provides 49% of the recommended daily allowance of vitamin K. It is nutrient-dense, meaning it has lots of vitamins and minerals and relatively few calories. Most of a pumpkin's health benefits come from its micronutrient content and the fact that it's a fiber-filled, low-carb fruit.

  • Excellent Source of Antioxidants
  • Immune Support
  • High in Fiber

Raspberries are an excellent source of vitamin C, manganese, and dietary fiber. They are a very good source of copper and a good source of vitamin K, pantothenic acid, biotin, vitamin E, magnesium, folate, omega-3 fatty acids and potassium.

  • Great Source of Antioxidants
  • Anti-Inflammatory
  • Metabolism Support

Spinach is an excellent source of vitamin K, vitamin A (in the form of carotenoids), manganese, folate, magnesium, iron, copper, vitamin B2, vitamin B6, vitamin E, calcium, potassium and vitamin C. It’s also a very good source of dietary fiber, phosphorus, vitamin B1, zinc, protein and choline.

  • Outstanding Broad-Based Nourishment
  • Anti-Inflammatory
  • Nutrient Dense

Sweet Potatoes are a sweet, sweet super-nutrition super hero. They may be one of nature's unsurpassed sources of beta-carotene providing 214% of the recommended daily value of vitamin A per serving. In addition, sweet potatoes also contain riboflavin, phosphorus, vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin K, calcium, and iron.

  • Excellent Source of Antioxidants
  • Anti-Inflammatory
  • Blood Sugar Regulation

Vanilla is one of the most classic flavors – smooth, sultry, and subtly satisfying. You might be surprised to learn that natural vanilla extract is also somewhat nutritious. It contains numerous antioxidants, including vanillic acid and vanillin, as well as small traces of minerals such as calcium, magnesium, potassium, manganese, iron and zinc.

  • Good Source of Antioxidants
  • Heart Healthy
  • Digestive Support