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Pecans contain phytochemicals and Vitamin E, giving it strong antioxidant properties. Pecans are one of the best sources of B complex vitamins like niacin, riboflavin, pantothenic, folate, vitamin B6, and thiamin, and also provide essential minerals like calcium, magnesium, selenium, zinc, potassium, and manganese.
These little grapes are packed with energy and rich in vitamins, minerals, and fiber. They can help to aid digestion, especially when kept raw.
These nuts are not as well known for their good, but they're goodness nonetheless! Cashews contain vitamins and minerals that are not as common, such as Vitamin K, folate, magnesium, copper and iron. One ounce contains 20% of the suggested daily value of magnesium alone, a mineral of which most people are likely to be deficient.
Walnuts are rich sources of Vitamin B & E, calcium, potassium, manganese, and of course protein. These superfood nuts are considered to be brain-healthy by improving brain function. They contain omega-3 fatty acids and other powerful antioxidants, while also being known for their anti-inflammatory properties.
Our dark chocolate is the best out there. It contains no refined sugar or cane sugar, and no dairy whatsoever. Simply cacao beans, coconut sugar, and cacao butter.
We take fresh kale and dry it at low temperatures to keep all the vitamin k, calcium, and iron we possibly can in there.
We all know how much gorillas love bananas! our bananas are naturally ripened to perfection and peeled by hand, then dehydrated at low temperatures to maintain all their nutrients.
What can’t the coconut do? Coconut meat is a great source of digestion-friendly fiber, but it also contains needed magnesium and manganese.
Low-glycemic and natural, this sweet sap of cut flower buds from the coconut tree prevents blood sugar spikes.
With 60+ beneficial trace minerals, our sea salt is harvested from an ancient, pristine ocean near Redmond, Utah. Unrefined, natural, and American-made.
Rich in natural protein, these seeds have been shown to improve heart health and help improve cholesterol.
Pressed oil of the skin of the lime is the perfect addition to chilis and cilantro. What more could you want in a flavor called ‘baja’?
While your breath might not be as enjoyable, your gut will enjoy the fiber and antimicrobial properties it is known for.
While spice-lovers may love cayenne for that flavor, you can also love it for its ability to aid in digestion and support the metabolism.
Not an active yeast, nutritional yeast contains b vitamins and complete protein while providing a savory, sometimes cheesy flavor without any animals involved.
Frequently referred to as soy sauce, tamari is the much healthier cousin to soy sauce, being lower in sodium and aiding in digestion due to the fermentation process behind its umami flavor.
These delicious and nutritious nuts are high in vitamin E, manganese and protein compared to other nuts. Almonds are also a good source of phosphorus, magnesium, copper, and riboflavin. They are known to help control blood sugar and cholesterol levels, are alkalizing, and are high in antioxidants.
The healthiest and most natural form of chocolate. Cacao nibs contain antioxidants, fiber, and magnesium which the American diet is typically very deficient in.
These little red berries are a significant source of antioxidants, vitamin A and even contain adaptogenic properties that naturally help your body combat stress.
Known for its anti-inflammatory properties, curry has been linked to many health benefits, including a stronger immune system, pain relief, and cancer prevention.
These berries have it all - antioxidants, anti-inflammatory properties, and anti-aging properties! Also full of protein and fiber, with a delicious, tart flavor.
What’s a little spice and lime without cilantro? Straight from the farm to our facility, dried at low temperatures, and combined with lots of spice!
These seeds contain the most balanced nutrient profile, with 6 immune-boosting fatty acids, protein, fiber, vitamins A and E. Hemp seeds contain all the essential amino acids the body needs.
A rich source of spicy-hot capsaicin, chili peppers are high in antioxidant carotenoids which are linked to many different health benefits.
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