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What's unique about live live & organic™ dried Strawberries? • Organic• Raw• Free of: preservatives, sulfites, colorings• Free of oils This is one of our most delicious fruits and probably the most popular item in our store! The strawberries are picked and dried at their peak of sweetness so instead of being slightly sour as many people expect dried strawberries to be, the result tastes almost like candy, even though there's no sugar added to them. They are so highly sought after that, considering our low supply, we often run out of them. This snack is extremely high in vitamin C and will provide you 150% of the recommended daily dose in one serving. Eat them as a healthy snack between meals, as a sweet treat or wholesome dessert, add them to salads -both sweet and savory-, sprinkle them over yogurt, kefir, granola, or your morning porridge, or put them...
Chlorella, Organic, Broken Cell Wall
Chlorella Pyrenoidosa is a green algae. The name Chlorella derives from two Latin words meaning 'leaf' (green) and 'small', referring to the unusually high content of chlorophyll (the highest of any known plant) which gives Chlorella its characteristic deep emerald-green color. Algae are a group of one-celled plants, containing no true root, stem or leaf. This particular fresh-water, single celled microscopic plant contains a host of nutrients. In addition to chlorophyll it contains vitamins, minerals, dietary fiber, nucleic acids, amino acids, enzymes, CGF (Chlorella Growth Factor) and other substances. Under the favorable growth conditions of strong sunlight, pure water and clean air, Chlorella multiplies at an incredible rate, the complete reproduction cycle taking less than 24 hours. Chlorella has been more thoroughly researched than perhaps any other food in history. There are thousands of research papers on Chlorella from medical institutions, scientific journals and universities. One of the most fascinating...
Cherries, Organic, 4oz
Tart Cherry Info In order to make our Dried Organic Tart Cherries we’ve taken the finest Washington tart cherries and dried them naturally without added sugars or oils (which other dried cherries are processed with.) It takes six to eight pounds of tart cherries to make one pound of dried cherries but we think you will agree they make the perfect snack, or salad addition… really… we can find dozen of ways to enjoy this super fruit. Not only are our dried organic tart cherries naturally healthy, they are also high in antioxidants for your Body: Anthocyanins promote joint health to help manage arthritis and gout. Super Oxide Dismutase (SOD) compounds help neutralize free radicals associated with diseases, protect artery walls from plaque build-up and support heart function. Dried Organic Tart Cherries contain Antioxidants for your mind and melatonin for brain function and healthy sleep patterns. Research has also linked...
Used as an intestinal cleanse, nothing else works like this! Often used during fasting programs. Oxy-Mag is the most readily available and easily usable method of complete oxygenation of the gastrointestinal tract. The process of oxidation is the most effective and safest way to break down, detoxify, and eliminate the solidified waste material that has accumulated in the small and large intestines. Oxidation actually breaks down this waste down into gas and water, lots of gas and water. An important thing to keep in balance here is your intake of antioxidant nutrients and enzymes, which should be called oxidation regulating nutrients and enzymes. it is vital to supply your body with these nutrients and all of the nutrients required for your body to be able to produce its own oxidation regulating enzymes. Thus we can enjoy optimum oxygenation without over-oxidation. No other cleansing method can come close to the benefits...
Mangoes are considered the most widely consumed fruit in the world, and are a member of the drupe family alongside olives, coconuts, and dates. They have a sweet taste that makes them even more appealing than many candy and desserts, with the added benefit of containing over 20 vitamins and minerals. Some of the possible health benefits of consuming mangoes include a decreased risk of macular degeneration, a decreased risk of colon cancer, improvement in digestion and bone health, and even benefits for the skin and hair. The risks for developing asthma are lower in people who consume a high amount of certain nutrients such as beta-carotene, found in mangoes. Other benefits of mangoes: -Good source of vitamin K -One cup of mango provides about 3g of fiber, which makes them effective at preventing constipation and promoting regularity and a healthy digestive tract -The fiber, potassium and vitamin content in...
Goldenberries, Organic, 5oz
Golden berries, also known as Physalis peruviana, are a South American fruit that is highly concentrated with nutrients and bioactive compounds. In Colombia, the delicious golden berry is an important international export and prominent local food. The plant has been used for centuries in traditional medicine, often against jaundice. While the evidence for golden berry application for jaundice remains anecdotal, research has found other positive health benefits associated with the fruit. What's unique about live live & organic dried Goldenberries? • Organic• Raw• Free of: preservatives, sulfites, colorings• Free of oils Benefits: • Aid in weight loss• Boost immune system• Help maintain liver, kidney and heart health• Lower cholesterol• Support healthy eyesight• Anti-inflamatory• High antioxidant levels, including rare withanolide
Turkish Figs, 5oz
Figs grow on the ficus tree and belong to the same botanical family as mulberries. They are a good source of potassium, a mineral that helps control blood pressure. Low intake of potassium rich foods, together with a high intake of salt in the diet can lead to hypertension. One of the fruits with the most dietary fiber, figs help with weight management and digestive health. Chop them or slice them and serve them over some coconut yogurt, fruit salad, or frozen desserts. Add them to salads, smoothies, or granola. You can also soak them and have them first thing in the morning with a large glass of water for improved elimination. Or why not enjoy them on their own as a sweet and tasty snack? Our dried frigs look, smell and taste the way freshly dried figs should. Whenever you buy dried figs make sure they don't have any...
Bee Pollen, High Altitude, Live Live & Organic
This Premium Bee Pollen is from the Wildflowers in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. It has many beautiful colors and a very fresh smell. It contains Vitamins, Minerals, Enzymes, a big and impressive list of beneficial nutrients. Soft and Fresh The Best Bee Pollen I've ever tasted.
Goji Berries, Tibetan, 4oz
Wild, hand picked Tibetan Goji berries are one of the most delicious and nutritive snacks. Very rich in minerals & antioxidants, and with a good amount of vit.C, you can eat a handful of them as a snack, blend them with smoothies, or use in any of your healthy desserts. What's unique about live live & organic dried Goji Berries? • Organic• Raw• Free of: preservatives, sulfites, colorings• Free of oils Benefits: • Very high in Vit. A• High in vit. B2, vit. C, Iron, Selenium• Very low on glycemic index - only 2
Bee Pollen, New York State, Live Live & Organic
Complete food, you could live on it for days. Ours is fresh, not dried (ask your favorite raw food store about theirs!), collected in the wilderness and far from any industrial pollution. Taste and color changes with seasons. Great in shakes, smoothies, desserts. Sizes available: 4oz & 10oz
MSM Organic Sulphur, 12oz
Methyl Sulfonyl Methane is a relatively new dietary supplement form of sulfur that is found in our living tissues. MSM supports healthy connective tissues like tendons, ligaments, and muscle. Thus, it is important in conditions such as arthritis, muscle pains, bursitis, etc. MSM should be considered an integral part of any health care practice because of its physiological action, indirect importance, and current / future uses. To understand MSM, some background information is necessary. MSM is a "naturally-occurring nutrient found in normal human diets" (1). It gets into the diet through the sulfur cycle. Ocean plankton release sulfur compounds which rise into the ozone where ultra-violet light makes MSM and DMSO. DMSO, dimethyl sulfoxide, is a precursor to MSM. MSM and DMSO return to the surface of the earth in rain (1). Plants concentrate MSM and return it to the earth and the sea. Evaporation into the air results in...