What are Superfoods?

The most nutrient-dense foods on the planet.  We use superfoods to fill our snacks with nutrients your body needs like vitamins, minerals, protein, and fiber.

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Explore Our Superfoods

Quinoa

Quinoa

They call quinoa a grain, but what we eat are actually the seeds of the plant. Cultivated as a staple crop for millennia by ancient Americans, it packs protein, essential minerals, and antioxidants.

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Yellow Peas

Yellow Peas

Peas can easily be overlooked as a superfood since most people are familiar and they don’t have an exotic backstory. But these little globes are packed with plant protein and vitamin K, which helps to anchor calcium inside the bones.

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Oats

Fiber, the unsung nutritional hero. You hear a lot about protein, which is important, but fiber is nutrition’s cleaning crew. It helps you feel full, and supports your immune system. Oh, and oats are packed with fiber.

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Pumpkin Seeds

Pumpkin seeds are the second most protein-dense plant seed on the planet (after only hemp seeds). They’re one of the plant kingdom’s protein heavyweights, working to repair and build muscle. Packed with protein, magnesium, zinc, phosphorus and iron, it's no surprise they are the #1 ingredient in our Pumpkin Seed Bars.

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Coconut

High in ascorbic acid, B vitamins, and proteins, coconut is a versatile fruit that packs a nutritious punch no matter which way you consume it. With it's high concentration of electrolytes, coconut provides a natural source of energy and hydrates like a dream.

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Almonds

The almond is a powerhouse nut high in healthy monounsaturated fats, fiber, protein, vitamin E and antioxidants. This combination may fight aging, aid in heart health and strengthen blood sugar control.

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Cacao Powder

The Incas considered raw cacao the food of the gods. Loaded with antioxidants, iron, magnesium and calcium, raw cacao adds more than just a tasty treat to recipes.

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Cinnamon

The cinnamon spice has been used medicinally around the world for for millennia because of its anti-inflammatory properties. With high antioxidant levels, cinnamon has proved a powerful natural superfood that also happens to taste warm and delicious.

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Chocolate

Dark chocolate is made from the seeds of the cocoa tree. With a solid amount of soluble fiber and antioxidants, more than many other superfoods, dark chocolate also contains iron, magnesium, copper manganese, potassium, phosphorus and zinc.

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Wildflower Honey

Wildflower honey is the collected nectar from wildflowers. With natural antioxidants and anti-microbial properties, wildflower honey may boost the immune system with its delicious natural sweetness.

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Cherries

Cherries can be tart or sweet and pack a punch of antioxidants and vitamin E that can reduce inflammation. They naturally contain melatonin that can aid in better sleep and overnight bodily regeneration.

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Turmeric

Turmeric is a popular yellow spice hailing from India that is a relative of ginger. With strong anti-inflammatory properties, turmeric has been proven to combat many chronic diseases and may have preventative powers as well.

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