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Pea protein is great for muscle recovery, features high amounts of BCAAs, and is high in both lysine and arginine, a huge benefit for those living active lifestyles!
BROWN RICE PROTEIN
This nutritional powerhouse has sustained eastern civilizations for centuries. Rice protein contains all 9 essential amino acids, and aids with recovery and muscle building.
Originating in the 1400s & hailed a local treasure in a small part of Mexico, the vanilla bean packs more than great flavor. This bean contains antioxidants & antibacterial properties, reduces inflammation, improves mental health, and lowers cholesterol.
For centuries, farmers in India have harvested guar beans for human consumption and cattle feed. The gum from these beans is a soluble fiber that can help clear the intestines, great for irritable bowel syndrome, Crohn’s disease, and to decrease LDL or "bad" cholesterol.
The apple has been one of the world's most popular fruits since the beginning of time, high in fiber, vitamin C, and various antioxidants.
Coconut milk contains medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs), linked to weight loss. MCTs stimulate energy through a process called "thermogenesis," or "heat production".
Staples of the Aztec and Maya diet, this superfood is brimming with antioxidants, calcium, EFAs and fiber. Chia got its name from the Mayan word for "strength".
Domesticated in the 5th millennium BC, pomegranates were one of the first fruit trees in the Mediterranean region. This powerful fruit has also been used in India’s ancient Ayurvedic medicine, to treat various ailments with its high level of polyphenol antioxidants.
For over 2 000 years, the people of Polynesia have used noni in traditional folk medicine. Noni is packed with vitamin C, biotin, folate, and potent antioxidants that reduce cellular damage, support heart health, improve endurance, relieve arthritis pain, and improve immune health.
Discovered in China, this mushroom species has a long list of health-promoting properties, and Chinese Olympic athletes swear by its ability to enhance athletic performance.
For a long time, these berries were labeled as a forbidden fruit and banned, because they were thought to spread a fungus that killed pine trees. Black currant has a high concentration of anthocyanins, polyphenolic substances, antioxidants, vitamin C, and gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), which help with joint pain, while boosting immune, heart, and eye health, soothing the skin in the process.
With written mentions dating back from 221 to 207 BC, the reishi mushroom has a long history of use in China. Once reserved for royalty to improve health and extend life, the reishi mushroom is believed to boost the immune system, provide anti-cancer properties, fight fatigue, and depression.
Used in traditional Chinese medicine for over 2 000 years, goji berries were eaten by monks in the Himalayan mountains. These berries were used to help aid in meditation and obtain greater health, vitality, longevity, energy, and stamina.
Ashwagandha is one of the most powerful herbs in Ayurvedic medicine. This adaptogen helps your body manage stress, prevents cancer, boosts testosterone, increases muscle mass and strength, and reduces blood sugar, cholesterol, and cortisol levels.
For centuries, these mushrooms have been medically used in Siberia and other parts of Asia. Chaga mushrooms possess the ability to boost the immune system, fight inflammation, prevent or fight cancer, and lower blood sugar and cholesterol levels.
Developed in the seas long before man, the red algae dulse is rich in various minerals and trace elements. This seaweed may also promote thyroid function and weight loss, while improving heart heath, stabilizing blood sugar, strengthening the immune system, improving gut health, and reducing the risk of cancer.
Indigenous to the Amazon, the acai berry is well known for boosting energy, mental function, and cellular health.
Grown in shallow coastal areas since the formation of the planet, the sea kelp is one of the best natural sources of iodine as well as other vitamins, minerals, trace elements, and enzymes. This seaweed superfood fights chronic disease, cancer, and provides weight-loss benefits.
Consumed by the ancient Aztecs, the blue-green algae spirulina is a nutrient-dense superfood. Packed full of protein, B vitamins, and minerals, spirulina may be the most nutritious food on the planet.
Discovered by the Earth’s first hunter-gatherers, the nutrient-rich blackberry is among the healthiest foods to eat. These are beneficial berries full of vitamins, minerals, and fiber that may boost brain and oral health.
Cultivated and revered by ancient cultures for 1000s of years, grapes provide rich amounts of nutrients and antioxidants. Grapes may also prevent chronic diseases, improve heart and eye health, lower blood pressure, cholesterol, and blood sugar levels, improve memory, and protect the body against viruses.
For centuries, Native Americans have used plants and berries as food and medicine, and this includes one of the only berries native to North America, the blueberry. Also known as the “Antioxidant King,” this berry is believed to have the highest levels of antioxidants among all fruits and vegetables.
Bacteria and enzymes are among the oldest organisms on earth. Digestive enzymes, or ”DigeZyme,” are special enzymes that help with the breaking down of macromolecules into smaller building blocks, such as amino acids.
Widely praised for its juice since the time of ancient Rome, lemons have become a culinary staple. This fruit has appetite-fighting effects, and is a rich source of vitamin C, helping alkalize the body.
Early Europeans first discovered this fruit in South America, and it’s packed with antioxidants and enzymes that can fight inflammation and disease.
Native to the Western Hemisphere’s tropical regions, the vitamin-C-saturated acerola cherry plant produces cherry-like berries that have been used in modern and folk medicine for liver ailments, diarrhea, dysentery, and coughs and colds.
North America’s Narragansett people were using cranberries for food and dye as early as 1550. These tart-red berries have been known to lower the risk of urinary tract infections, prevent cancer, improve immune function, and decrease blood pressure.
Cinnamon is one of the healthiest spices on the planet. It can lower blood sugar levels, reduce heart-disease risk factors, and has a plethora of other impressive health benefits.
LUO HAN GUO
Used in 13th-century, traditional Chinese medicine, the luo han guo fruit, also known as the "Buddha fruit" or "Monk fruit," provides health benefits like promoting weight loss, anti-inflammation, anti-aging, allergy relief, improved heart health, and immunity.
Around since the beginning of time, the single-celled, freshwater algae chlorella is naturally rich in proteins, vitamins, minerals, and dietary fiber.
Spawning at the dawn of creation, bacteria became the original form of life. This probiotic preparation stimulates a healthy gut microbiome, and has been used to treat irritable bowel syndrome, inflammatory bowel disease, and Crohn’s disease.
Native to the Mediterranean, the culinary herb parsley has been used in food preparation for centuries. It’s also been used to treat high blood pressure, allergies, and inflammatory diseases.
This fruit from the nightshade family has been used in the recipes of many cultures across the globe. Tomatoes are an excellent source of vitamin C and K, potassium, folate, and the antioxidant lycopene, which reduces the risk of heart disease and cancer.
A prominent member of the cruciferous vegetable family, broccoli has been known to provide health benefits for centuries, and has more protein than most plants, including fiber, iron, potassium, and vitamin C and K.
One of the very first consumed superfoods in ancient Persia was the leafy-green spinach. Spinach is loaded with nutrients and antioxidants that may be good for eye health, reducing oxidative stress, preventing cancer, and reducing blood pressure levels.
Developed beneath the surface of the earth for centuries, the carrot is an ancient root vegetable turned health food. This root may help lower cholesterol and improve eye health.
Beetroot has been consumed since the days of ancient Rome, loved for its ability to promote healthy circulation throughout the body.
Native to North America, the “sunchoke” is a powerhouse of protein, potassium, iron, fiber, and magnesium.
Foraged greens have been a staple in man’s diet for millenniums. The leafy-green, cruciferous vegetable may be the most nutritious of these greens, with health-boosting compounds that lower cholesterol, reduce the risk of heart disease, and protect eye health.
For 1000s of years, peppers like the cayenne pepper have been used in ancient medicine to boost metabolism, reduce hunger, lower blood pressure, aid digestion, relieve pain, improve psoriasis, and reduce the risk of cancer.
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