USDA Certified Organic products must be grown, raised and processed without the use of most synthetic pesticides or fertilizers, growth hormones, sewage sludge, irradiation, or GMO’s (genetically modified organisms). Agents inspect fields, soil conditions, weed and pest management methods, water systems, storage, and equipment. A farm must be free from all restricted contaminates for three years before it can even qualify for organic certification. And in the U.S., it is illegal for a company to use the USDA Organic symbols without this certification which requires annual inspection and renewal.
Organic farming promotes the balance and conservation of biodiversity. Produce has been farmed and processed according to strict standards that integrate cultural, biological and mechanical practices that foster cycling of resources.
Prebiotics taken with probiotics support the digestive system. Prebiotic fiber acts as food for healthy gut bacteria, making probiotics more effective at creating a healthy gut biome.
Helps stimulate the growth of good bacteria while also protecting against disease causing bacteria, supporting a healthy gut biome.
Proteins that help your body digest foods for higher nutrient absorption, supporting a healthy digestive system.
Fruits and vegetables produce natural chemicals called phytonutrients that help prevent disease and keep our bodies working properly.
Antioxidants protect your cells against free radicals caused by exposure to certain toxins, which cause diseases such as cancer. Diets high in fruits and vegetables are good sources of antioxidants.
A habitat of millions of micro-organisms—bacteria, fungi, parasites, and viruses. The microbiome plays many key roles in supporting the smooth and healthy operation of the human body.
Inflammation is triggered by white blood cells to fight infection from bacteria and viruses. But damaging inflammation occurs when the body’s inflammatory defense system is triggered when there is no invader to fight off, treating regular tissue as infected or unusual, causing damage.
Highly reactive and unstable molecules produced by the body—both naturally and through exposure to toxins like smoke and ultraviolet light. Free radicals have a very short lifespan, but can damage DNA, causing mutations that lead to diseases. Antioxidants neutralize unstable molecules, reducing the risk of DNA damage and risk of disease.
Adaptogens are able to change their function depending on the specific needs of the body. They adapt according to what the body requires and can thus aid in dealing with a variety of issues.
Drink delicious and electrolyte-filled (potassium and magnesium)
coconut water after prolonged exercise to restore hydration. A good source of nutrients, with antioxidant properties. It may help lower blood sugar levels, lower cholesterol, and help prevent kidney stones.
These nutrient-dense super berries are loaded with antioxidants which support cellular repair and aid in overall health. They can boost energy levels, lower cholesterol, and provide immune support.
This antioxidant superfood is extremely rich in vitamin C and
can help boost the immune system.
Rich in vitamin C, Amla can help enhance immune cell function
and may also support healthy digestion, improve heart health, preserve kidney
function, and even increase hair growth.
Fiber (pectin) and antioxidants (polyphenols) rich, apples are
linked to a lower risk of diabetes, heart disease, and cancer. Apples may also
promote weight loss and improve gut and brain health.
Nutrient and fiber rich bananas are a great source of potassium.
They provide natural probiotics, help support heart health, manage blood
pressure, aging bone and muscle, gut health, and can help prevent kidney
Full of vitamin C, anthocyanin, and other antioxidants, bilberry
helps protect against cellular damage and inflammation. Bilberries may also
kill bacteria, aid in improved vision, lowered blood sugar levels, and heart
Rich in antioxidants (anthocyanins), vitamin C, and omega-6
fatty acids, black currants help support the immune system to fight infection
and viruses more effectively.
High in fiber, antioxidants (anthocyanins), and packed with
vitamins and minerals (vitamins A, C, K, and manganese). Helps support brain
and oral health. And blackberries have anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial
An antioxidant superfood, blueberries are full of
phytoflavinoids, vitamins and minerals (vitamin C, K, potassium, and manganese)
which can act as an anti-inflammatory and boost your immune system, support
heart and blood health, and cholesterol levels.
Rich in nutrients and powerful antioxidants (vitamin C and
flavonoids). May help fight inflammation, support blood pressure, and reduce
Low in calories and full of fiber, vitamins (A, C, and K),
minerals (potassium, magnesium, and calcium), and nutrients. Cherries also
contain antioxidants (beta-carotene and the essential nutrient choline.)
A nutrient and antioxidant rich superfood linked to urinary
tract health, cellular repair, improved immune function and decreased blood
Packed with antioxidants and vitamins that may help boost your
immune system and ease cold and flu symptoms. May help tame inflammation,
lessen stress, and protect your heart.
A wonder fruit that reduces appetite, improves mood through
serotonin, and blocks fat formation.
A good source of antioxidants and vitamins A and C. Goji berries
are believed to protect against age-related eye disease, fight cancer cells,
promote healthy skin, and balance insulin and glucose levels.
Filled with vitamins (C), minerals (potassium), fiber, and
antioxidants (resveratrol, lutein, and zeaxanthin) … and water which promotes
hydration, grapes promote cellular repair, heart, eye, and brain health and
help manage blood sugar.
Loaded with antioxidants and rich in polyphenols, the hawthorn
berry is believed to promote cellular repair and prevent premature aging,
decrease inflammation, lower blood pressure, aid digestion (by acting as a
prebiotic), reduce anxiety and cholesterol.
Lemons contain high amounts of fiber and vitamin C along with
lesser amounts of calcium, potassium, and magnesium, giving them a high
nutritional value which helps support—oral health, cellular repair, the immune
system, hearth health, and help fight cancer. Lemons are also known to have
antimicrobial and anti-fungal properties.
Rich in fiber, pectin, vitamin A, B6, C, and potassium, mangoes
provide superfood support for a healthy heart, skin, eyes, cholesterol levels,
immune system, digestive function, and a stronger memory. Mangoes also help
promote hydration and maintain good alkaline levels as well as having
High levels of antioxidants promote healthy skin, lower blood
sugar levels, and lowered inflammation. It supports cardiovascular health and a
healthy gut biome. Studies also link the maqui berry to improved eye health.
High in antioxidants and full of vitamins (C) and minerals,
including iron, calcium, potassium, copper, magnesium, sodium, zinc,
phosphorous, and selenium. Noni is linked to relief from joint pain, oxidative
stress, immune health, heart health, increased endurance, and may support
Rich in polyphenols, orange peels contain good amounts of
vitamins A, B6, folate, riboflavin, thiamine, and calcium. Orange peels may
support heart health, prevent allergies, prevent cancer, reduce weight, aid
digestion, treat skin problems, cure asthma, cure hangovers, treat bad breath, and
fight infections, colds and the flu.
Papayas contain high levels of antioxidants (lycopene) and
vitamins (A, C, and E). Diets high in antioxidants may reduce the risk of heart
disease, prevent the oxidation of cholesterol, fight inflammation, protect
against skin damage, and provide cancer fighting properties.
Nutritious and rich in antioxidants (polyphenols, and
carotenoids), vitamins (vitamins A, C, E, and K), and minerals (potassium,
niacin, copper, and manganese), peaches help protect the body from oxidative
damage such as aging and disease. It may even reduce allergy symptoms.
Highly nutritious pears are rich in soluble and insoluble fiber,
vitamins (C and K), and minerals (potassium and copper). Also an excellent
source of polyphenol antioxidants. Pears promote good gut health, heart health,
lower the risk of diabetes, and have anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer
Containing nutrients, antioxidants, vitamins (C and B6), fiber,
and other helpful compounds such as enzymes and minerals (manganese, copper,
thiamine folate potassium magnesium, niacin, pantothenic acid, riboflavin, and
iron), delicious pineapples can help prevent inflammation and disease, lower
the risk of cancer, aid digestion, ease symptoms of arthritis, and speed
Jam packed with nutrients, pomegranates are high in fiber,
vitamins (C and B9—as folate), and minerals (calcium, iron, magnesium,
phosphorus, and potassium), and they even contain some protein. They are rich
in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds (punicalagins) that have
protective benefits for the heart, urinary tract, brain, digestive system, and
prostate. Pomegranates also may have anti-cancer benefits and support endurance
and recovery while fighting off harmful germs.
Raspberries provide potassium, omega-3 fatty acids, and minerals
such as manganese which help regulate blood sugar, support healthy heart
function and help prevent stroke and heart disease, lower blood pressure, and
provide essential nutrients for healthy bones and skin.
This potent little berry can help protect your heart, increase
HDL cholesterol, lower blood pressure, and guard against cancer. It’s packed
with vitamins, fiber, and very high levels of antioxidants (polyphenols) to
fight oxidative stress.
Organic Veggies, Greens, and Grasses
Nutrient-rich barley grass offers a variety of health benefits.
It is rich in antioxidants, vitamins and minerals such as magnesium which is
essential to your health. A great source of soluble and insoluble fiber, it
aids in better digestion, bone health and reduced risk of heart disease.
As a superfood, oat grass is a good source of beta carotene,
calcium, vitamins C, K, and B, folic acid, fiber, and protein. It may help
improve skin, boost the immune system, strengthen bones, reduce risk of heart
disease, and improve reproductive health.
High in nutrients and antioxidants, wheat grass has several
evidence-based health benefits: it may reduce cholesterol, help kill cancer
cells, aid in blood sugar regulation, alleviate inflammation, and promote
Fiber rich with antioxidants, vitamins C and K, and minerals
(copper, folate, and magnesium), Alfalfa has been shown to help lower
cholesterol and may have benefits for blood sugar management and relief from
aloe vera leaf
Contains 20 of the 22 amino acids your body requires. Aloe
plants also contain vitamins (A, C, E, B1, B2, and B12) and minerals (calcium,
copper, magnesium, chromium, manganese, potassium, zinc, and sodium). Consuming
aloe vera can improve overall skin health, cause dental plaque reduction, act
as an anti-inflammatory, boost immunity, supports digestive function, reduce
blood sugar, and is a good source of antioxidants.
Loaded with minerals (calcium, potassium, folate, magnesium,
phosphorus, and sodium) as well as vitamins (C and K), artichokes may help you
maintain strong bones, protect your brain, and help regulate blood pressure.
Artichokes are rich in fiber and may also help stabilize blood glucose levels,
lower cholesterol, and decrease risks for heart disease, stroke, and cancer.
Beetroots boast an impressive nutritional profile that includes
many of the vitamins and minerals the body needs—including folate, manganese,
and copper. Beets provide nutrients that are key to growth, development, and
heart health. As well as support for bone, metabolism, brain function, and energy
blue green algae
A good source of plant protein and high in iron and other
minerals, blue green algae has been used to treat high blood pressure, high
cholesterol, diabetes, and obesity.
Packed with vitamins, minerals, and bioactive compounds,
broccoli has potent levels of antioxidants and may contribute to reduced
inflammation, protect against certain types of cancer, support heart health,
and aid blood sugar control. Provides choline.
A particularly good source of beta carotene, fiber, vitamin K1,
potassium, and antioxidants (which help produce vitamin A), carrots are the perfect
“health food.” They are reduce risks for certain cancers, lower blood
cholesterol, and promote good eye health.
High in fiber and B vitamins, cauliflower has an impressive list
of nutrients. It is a good source of antioxidants (including sulforiphane—an
antioxidant that appears to protect against certain cancers) and is one of the
few plants that provides choline which plays a major role in reducing risk of
liver and heart disease, as well as dementia or Alzheimer’s.
This nutrient dense algae has an impressive nutritional profile
that aids in detoxification by helping the body remove heavy metals or harmful
compounds. Chlorella may enhance the immune response, help lower cholesterol,
and promote heart and kidney health. Chlorella’s branched-chain amino acid
content may enhance aerobic endurance.
Highly nutritious and containing compounds with potent medicinal
properties, garlic is known to boost the immune system against illnesses that
include the common cold. It is believed to help reduce blood pressure, improve
cholesterol levels, and provide antioxidants to help prevent Alzheimer’s and
green tea leaf
Loaded with antioxidants (including catechin compounds), green
tea leaf may help improve brain function, promote fat loss, lower risks of
heart disease, improve insulin sensitivity, and protect against certain
cancers. Rich in polyphenols, it may also help reduce inflammation.
One of the most nutrient-dense foods on the planet, kale is a
mineral- and vitamin-rich superfood. This antioxidant powerhouse helps
counteract oxidative stress to fight aging and disease. It is an excellent
source of vitamin C which serves many of the body’s vital cellular functions.
It may help lower cholesterol and reduce the risk of heart disease, and as one of
the world’s best sources of vitamin K, it promotes healthy blood clotting and
may help prevent osteoporosis. Kale is rich in beta-carotene, loaded with
compounds that are believed to protect against cancer, and is high in minerals
generally lacking in the modern diet (such as calcium, potassium, and
matcha green tea
Matcha has a unique nutrient profile from other green teas.
Farming methods create an increase in chlorophyll production which boosts the
amino acid content. It is high in antioxidants, may help flush the liver, boost
brain function, help prevent cancer, and may promote heart health. It also helps
with weight loss through increased fat burn.
Parsley may surprise you with its nutrient offering. It is rich
in many vitamins, particularly vitamin K which supports blood clotting and bone
health. It is also a great source of antioxidant rich vitamins A and C. Parsley
contains cancer-fighting compounds and is rich in eye health nutrients. As a
good source of folate, it supports heart health.
A good source of vitamins C and E, zinc, and other antioxidants
that boost your immune system. Peas may also help reduce inflammation and lower
risk of diabetes, heart disease, and arthritis.
An excellent source of many vitamins and minerals, spinach may
benefit eye health, reduce oxidative stress, help prevent cancer and reduce
blood pressure levels. High in insoluble fiber. Polyphenols.
Spirulina may be the most
nutritious food on the planet. It is packed with nutrients that provide
powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. It protects HDL and
helps lower LDL cholesterol. It may have anti-cancer properties, reduce blood
pressure, improve symptoms of allergic rhinitis, increase hemoglobin in red
blood cells and improve immune function. It may even lower blood sugar levels
and improve muscle strength and endurance.
Rare and highly prized for its potential health benefits, the
Caterpillar mushroom is believed to help restore vitality, reduce fatigue, and
boost strength. It can also help improve the way the body uses oxygen, provide
anti-aging benefits, inhibit cancer and tumor growth, maintain healthy blood
sugar levels, act as an anti-inflammatory, and protect bone marrow and the
Used for centuries to boost immunity and improve overall health,
the Chaga mushroom is a nutrient dense superfood, rich in a wide variety of
vitamins and minerals. It may provide anti-aging benefits, help reduce bad
cholesterol, support the immune system, control inflammation, and lower blood
Filled with antioxidants, the Himematsutake mushroom is believed
to boost the immune system, fight tumor development, and aid in the
effectiveness of type 2 diabetes medications.
A powerful superfood, rich in antioxidants, the King Trumpet
mushroom has been shown to lower cholesterol, aid in weight loss, and may
support bone, breast and prostate health. It has even been shown to have
It may look like a Tribble from Star Trek, but the Lion’s Mane
mushroom packs an impressive list of potential health benefits. It may reduce
inflammation, prevent oxidation, strengthen immunity through gut support, lower
anxiety and depression, boost cognitive health, lower blood sugar levels, and
may provide faster healing for skin and nerve injuries. And it’s rich in
The Maitake mushroom is a type of adaptogen, which assists the
body in fighting against mental or physical difficulties. The Maitake offers
other potential benefits as well—it may help prevent or aid in the treatment of
breast cancer, lower cholesterol, increase fatty acids for energy, and support
Ancient emperors once drank teas made of the Meshimakobu
mushroom, believing it to be an elixir for vitality and long life. Today’s
research believes that it may reduce auto-immune response, increase fertility
in women, help maintain healthy breast tissue, and be effective in the
treatment of allergic reactions.
A staple in Eastern medicine, the Reishi is believed to help
boost the immune system by supporting white blood cells, reduce fatigue and
depression, increase good (HDL) cholesterol and decrease triglycerides.
Popular worldwide for its flavor, the Shiitake mushroom is also
packed with fiber, vitamins, minerals, and enzymes. It may help boost the
immune system, protect against cancer and inflammation, help lower cholesterol,
prevent oxidative damage, help with weight management, and improve circulatory
health. And it has antiviral, antibacterial, and anti fungal properties as
Packed with antioxidants that inhibit oxidative damage and
natural prebiotics that support a healthy gut, the Turkey Tail mushroom may
help enhance the resilience of your immune system, promote cellular immune
response and suppress inflammation, provide immunity to toxins, protect the
body from certain harmful bacteria, prevent cancer, reduce tumors, and enhance
The rare Zhu Ling mushroom may protect liver and kidney health,
stop growth or even destroy tumors, stimulate the immune system, promote
cellular communication for an optimal immune response, and enhance protection
from viruses and bacteria.
Organic Herbs, Roots, and Seeds
An adaptogen, ashwagandha is a medicinal herb that may help calm
the brain, reduce swelling and inflammation, lower blood pressure, and aid the
body to resist physical and mental stress. It may also benefit athletic
performance through enhanced oxygen consumption.
Astragalus is an adaptogen believed to be an antioxidant-rich,
heart-friendly herb that may help lower cholesterol, relieve seasonal allergy
symptoms, reduce stress, aid in better sleep, and have anti-aging properties.
Astragalus has also been used for more than a thousands years as an immune
An adaptogenic herb that is thought to boost energy, metabolism,
and physical performance, and protect the body from the effects stress,. It may
prevent heart disease, provide anxiety and depression relief, and stress
Ginger contains a compound called gingerol which is associated
with several health benefits such as aid in digestion, reduce nausea, lower the
risk of infections, help fight the cold and flu, as well as certain cancers. It
is rich in antioxidants. And ginger has been used to help reduce BMI, lower
blood sugar, and improve heart disease risk factors. And it may help alleviate
osteoarthritis and menstrual pain.
Maca root contains fiber, amino acidds, vitamins and minerals,
as well as bioactive compounds that may be responsible for its medicinal
properties. It may help relieve menopause symptoms, improve energy levels, and
A milk thistle compound called silymarin is known to have
antioxidant, antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties. Traditionally, milk
thistle has been used to treat liver and gallbladder disorders, promote breast
milk production, prevent and treat cancer, and even protect the liver from
Rich in vitamins, minerals, and amino acids (the building blocks
of proteins), moringa acts as an anti-inflammatory. Its high antioxidant levels
may help lower blood pressure, stabilize blood sugar levels, lower cholesterol,
protect the liver, improve bone health, support skin and hair health, increase
body fat burn, and fight chronic disease. Moringa is also beneficial against
The potential health benefits of rhodiola include: lowered
stress, fight fatigue and improve exercise performance, reduce symptoms of
depression, and improve brain function. It may also help manage diabetes and
have anti-cancer properties.
Studies have shown that rosemary has powerful antibacterial,
antiviral, and antifungal properties. Rosemary has the potential to lower the
risk of infection and aid the immune system.
Turmeric is related to the ginger plant and has been used in
eastern medicine for centuries. Curcumin, a compound in turmeric, helps fight
inflammation and stabilize blood sugar levels. It may also help fight off
viruses and ease menstrual cramps.
Coffee beans (seeds of the coffee fruit) are packed with
antioxidants (polyphenols) and linked to numerous health benefits that include
a reduced risk of type 2 diabetes, depression, and liver disease.
Rich in fiber and loaded with nutrients, flaxseed is linked to
numerous health benefits. High in thiamin, flaxseed supports energy metabolism
and cell function. It is high in omega-3 fatty acids which may help reduce
inflammation, prevent cholesterol deposits, lower risks of breast and other
cancers. It is renowned for its ability to decrease blood pressure levels. And
it may stabilize blood sugar levels.
Rich in fiber, antioxidants, minerals and heart-healthy omega-3
fatty acids, chia seeds may help neutralize cell damaging free radicals,
support weight loss, lower the risk of heart disease, help regulate blood
sugar, and provide nutrients that are important for bone health.
The superfood of all superfoods, cacao is rich in fiber and has
one of the highest sources of magnesium. It is loaded with antioxidants,
calcium, zinc, copper, and selenium. It even contains more heart-healthy
flavonoids than red wine.
Grape seed has been shown to protect against bacterial
infections. Flavinoids may support heart and vein health.
From reducing glucose rise to keeping your heart healthy, oat
fiber is the unsung hero of healthy eating. Insoluble oat fiber also provides
your digestive system with fiber your “good” bacteria requires as a food source
to help you maintain a healthy gut.
An excellent water-soluble, prebiotic fiber that ferments in the
intestines, increasing the intestinal population of Bifidobacteria and bacteroidetes.
It enhances the fiber content of food and beverages and is helpful in keeping
cholesterol under control.
Blue Agave Inulin
A rich source of prebiotic fiber, promoting healthy bacteria in
the digestive system, blue agave inulin has a low impact on blood sugar levels
thanks to its glycemic index.
Promotes the growth of good bacteria and reduces the growth of
harmful bacteria in the gut. Improves stool texture and bowel movement
frequency. Helps to normalize stools by absorbing excess liquid (diarrhea) or
softening texture (constipation).
A soluble fiber that nourishes gut microbes, eases constipation,
and helps the body absorb magnesium and calcium. Benefits may include lowering
blood sugar levels in type II diabetes patients.
Jerusalem Artichoke Inulin
Rich in prebiotic fiber, inulin supports good digestive health,
and may support heart health, glucose control, weight management, and prevent
Organic Dairy Free Probiotics
A “good” bacteria that helps break down food, absorb nutrients,
and fight off “bad” organisms that might cause diseases. Researchers believe it
may boost the immune system as well.
Bacillus coagulans are believed to help alleviate constipation
and irritable bowel syndrome, as well as symptoms of diarrhea, gas, and
A multifunctional probiotic that stabilizes gut microbiota and
improves the intestinal environment. It may help alleviate gastrointestinal,
immunological, and infections diseases.
Bacillus subtitles may improve digestive health and IBS
symptoms, support immune system function, and lipid metabolism.
A probiotic that promotes the growth of good bacteria, and may help
treat certain vaginal inflammation and digestive disorders.
A strain of probiotic that may help balance the gut microbiota,
improving gastrointestinal dysfunction, preventing infection and cancer, and
modulating inflammatory and immune response.
This probiotic may boost your overall digestive health, treat
diarrhea, relieve IBS symptoms, and strengthen your gut. It may also protect
against cavities and UTI’s.
A good digestive tract bacteria that can help break down food,
absorb nutrients, and fight off “bad” organisms that might cause disease.
A group of proteases with an optimal pH. Proteases are believed
to aid the digestion of proteins, the absorption of amino acids, boost immune
function, promote cardiovascular health, and accelerate tissue repair.
Proteases are hydrolytic enzymes that break down proteins into
small peptides and amino acids. Alkaline protease supports the endocrine and
digestive systems, reduces pathogen counts, and improves disease resistance.
Alpha-galactosidase is an enzyme that helps reduce gas and
bloating caused by eating beans and cruciferous vegetables.
An enzyme that helps break down carbohydrates for easier
digestion and absorption, supporting metabolic health and aiding healthy blood
Beta-glucans are soluble fiber that may offer a number of health
benefits, including lowering cholesterol, improving blood sugar management, and
boosting the immune system.
Bromelain is key to producing substances that fight pain and
swelling. It is also believed to interfere with tumor cells and slow blood
In addition to helping fruits and vegetable release
antioxidaants, cellulase breaks down cellulose into usable glucose, providing
the body with energy.
Fungal protease improves the breakdown and absorption of
carbohydrates. The body’s ability to obtain amino acids from a thorough
breakdown of proteins will also improve the use of fats as an energy source.
A digestive enzyme that helps break down starches into glucose,
encouraging smooth digestion and deterring digestive upsets.
Hemicellulase targets the breakdown of Candida, supporting a
healthy immune system and reducing inflammation caused by the body’s reaction
to a yeast overgrowth.
An important enzyme that aids in the digestion of complex sugars
to give the body a quick energy source.
Aids in the ability to properly digest lactose and prevent
symptoms such as diarrhea, cramps, and gas for people with lactose intolerance.
Lipase is an enzyme that breaks down fats during digestion.
Maltase helps relieve the burden of digestion on the pancreas
and the small intestine, aiding the digestive system to function smoothly.
Neutral protease is involved in the generation of beta- and
alpha-amylases and may act as a catalyst for the hydrolysis of peptide bonds of
proteins, releasing amino acids, or peptides.
As a protease enzyme, papain breaks down proteins. As a folk
remedy, it has been used to improve digestion, treat infections, and aid with
diarrhea and allergies.
Pectinase provides better digestion of fruits and vegetables. It
can help the provide the energy needed for proper colon function.
Phytase helps break down phytic acid and improve the
digestibility of phosphorous, calcium, amino acids, and energy for better absorption.
An enzyme that helps break down proteins and aid with digestion.
A digestive enzyme that aids in the breakdown of plant fibers.
Other Organic Ingredients
Alpha-lipoid acid (ALA), an antioxidant found in the cells of
the body, helps turn glucose into energy.
Natural production of Coenzyme Q10 is, an antioxidant, may
decrease with age. It’s an essential nutrient cells use for growth and
maintenance. It has been linked to improved aging, performance, heart health,
diabetic health, fertility, and migraine reduction, and may counteract adverse
effect of statin medications.
Vitamin K2 activates a protein that helps calcium minerals bind
to our bones, do its job. K2 may improve bone density and reduce the risk of
An intensely sweet low or no calorie alternative sweetener.
Rebaudioside A. refers to one of the 8 glycosides—the sweet components—isolated
and purified from the leaves of the stevia plant. Stevia sweetener causes
no glucose or insulin response, making it a safe sweetener for diabetics. As
long as stevia is highly purified and used in moderation, it will not cause
side effects and can be consumed worry-free.