ACAI BERRY 

This unique berry has an extraordinary amount of antioxidants that protect the tissues and cells of the body. It is also rich in key B vitamins, electrolytes and trace minerals that are necessary for reducing inflammation and improving energy levels.

Acai berries are low in sugar, but contain excellent amounts of iron, calcium and vitamin A. Acai berries also contain healthy levels of dietary fiber keep the system functioning smoothly.

 

Acai

MAQUI BERRY 

Maqui berry is one of the most antioxidant-rich foods on earth. It is known to contain vitamin C, calcium, iron and potassium, and is an abundant source of polyphenols including anti-aging anthocyanins, and anti-inflammatory compounds.

 

Maqui

GOJI BERRY 

Goji berries are known to boost the immune system and brain activity, protect against heart disease and cancer, and improve life expectancy. Goji berries contain vitamin C, vitamin B2, vitamin A, iron, selenium and other antioxidants.

 

Goji

CHIA SEEDS 

Originally grown in Mexico, Chia Seeds were valued highly for their medicinal properties and nutritional value. Aztec warriors ate chia seeds to give them energy and endurance.  They said just 1 spoonful of chia could sustain them for 24 hours.  Chia means “strength” in Mayan, and they were known as “runners food” because runners and warriors would use them as fuel while running long distances or during battle.

Chia seeds are rich in omega 3, magnesium, potassium, fibre, protein and many other nutrients. They deliver a massive amount of nutrients with very few calories and are loaded with antioxidants.

 

Chia

CAMU CAMU 

Camu Camu is packed with more natural vitamin C than any other food source recorded on the planet, as well as beta-carotene, potassium, calcium, iron, phosphorus, protein, and valine. These phytochemicals and amino acids have a range of therapeutic effects. Camu camu has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, emollient and nutritional properties.

 

Camu Camu

MACA 

Grown in the mountains of Peru, it has been called “Peruvian ginseng.” Maca’s benefits have been long valued, Many people take maca for skin issues, as for some people it helps to clear acne and blemishes. Maca is also said to help alleviate anxiety, stress, depression or mood swings.

 

Maca

LUCUMA 

In addition to satisfying your sweet cravings lucuma is gluten-free and a source of antioxidants, fiber, carbohydrates and immune system boosting vitamins and minerals.

Lucuma provides 14 essential trace elements, including potassium, sodium, calcium, magnesium and phosphorus. Lacuma is said to have anti-inflammatory, anti-aging and skin-repair effects on the skin.

 

Lucuma

GUARANA BERRY 

Also called, Paullinia cupana, Guarana Berry is a sacred plant that originated in the Amazonian forest and was used for more than 3,000 years by the Indians.

One of the greatest benefits of guarana is its energising effects. Guarana has a similar chemical structure to that of caffeine (guaranine), and the plant seeds provide even higher caffeine effects than typical caffeine drinks, including coffee. Guarana has more effective than coffee with regards to its energising power because it is released more slowly into the body to provide sustained energy. The plant directly stimulates the central nervous system and may be taken in small doses to fight fatigue, increase alertness and increase activity levels.

 

Guarana

STRAWBERRY 

Strawberries are one of the world’s healthiest foods. They are an excellent source of antioxidant-promoting vitamin C and manganese. They are also a very good source of dietary fiber, iodine, and folate. Strawberries also contain copper, potassium, biotin, phosphorus, magnesium, vitamin B6, and omega-3 fatty acids.

 

Strawberry

CRANBERRY

Cranberries are rich in manganese, vitamin C, fibre, vitamin E, copper, vitamin K and pantothentic acid. Cranberry juice been used for decades for the prevention of urinary tract infections (UTI).

 

Cranberry