Yummy Tocos™ - tocotrienols, vitamin E antioxidant
$ 14.00
Our Tocotrienols are derived from rice bran, they are gluten-free, vegan, and non-GMO. Powerful vitamin E and antioxidant. Here are some of the health benefits of our Yummy Tocos™, vitamin E tocotrienols: Hypoallergenic protein with all essential amino acids Rich in E complex vitamins (contains the highest natural source of tocopherols and tocotrienols in nature) Rich in B complex vitamins Zero Cholesterol  Lactose Free  Low-glycemic  Zero Trans Fat  IP6 (inositol hexaphosphate) The only source of Gamma-Oryzanol in nature Minerals, including high amounts of potassium, magnesium and manganese, and trace minerals Polyphenols, phytosterols, and sterols, high quantities of Beta-sitosterol and Beta-sitosterolin Mixed carotenoids, including lutein and zeaxanthin Dimethylglycine (DMG) Trimethylglycine (TMG) Lecithin (phosphatidyl choline, phosphatidyl serine) Ferulic Acid CoQ10 Squalene Alpha Lipoic Acid
Cacao Powder
$ 11.00
Cacao is the bean that chocolate is made from. In its raw state, it contains more antioxidant flavonoids than red wine, green tea and blueberries. Our raw cacao is high in fiber and vitamin C and a good source of iron and protein! Live Live & Organic cacao powder is certified organic and raw. Our premium cacao beans come directly from the farmers who cultivate them. These farmers grow their crops on their own land, using the same sustainable methods that have been used for generations. These cacao beans are guaranteed to be free of heavy metals, chemicals and pesticides. They are USDA certified organic.
Carob Powder, 4oz
$ 4.00
Used as substitute for chocolate in smoothies and deserts. Mildly sweet, free from the stimulants (caffeine and theobromine) found in chocolate.
Mesquite Meal, 6oz
$ 8.00
Our organic mesquite flour is a nutritious powder with a sweet, nutty flavor, suitable for use in baking or as a seasoning on food and in drinks. The flour is ground from the seed pods of the mesquite plant, also known as algorroba, a leguminous plant found in arid areas around the world. In desert areas of the Americas, mesquite seed pods have long been used as a food source by the indigenous peoples. Today, mesquite powder is proving to be a versatile food with a high nutritional and flavor value. Because mesquite flour is ground from the entire pod, including the seed, it is high in protein (11-17%). It is also rich in lysine, calcium, magnesium, potassium, iron, zinc, and dietary fiber. Mesquite is also highly effective in balancing blood sugar. Because its sugar is in the form of fructose, which does not require insulin for metabolism, mesquite helps...
Lucuma, Powder, 5oz
$ 18.00
The lucuma fruit tree or “La Lacuma” originally comes from the dry, subtropical region of the Peruvian Andean coastal valleys, although it now also grows in Ecuador and Chile at elevations between 1,000 to 2,400 meters. While the fresh fruit remains difficult to source outside of its local region, it is now readily available in dried powder form. The tree’s nutritious, round, orange-centered fruit is becoming well known for its sweetness, especially among raw food proponents. It also has especially high concentrations of calcium, phosphorus, beta-carotene, Vitamins C and B3, fiber, iron and other valuable nutrients. In terms of the Lacuma fruit’s sugar content, the percentage amount present in the dried pulp from mature Lacuma fruit is: 8.4% glucose, 4.7% fructose, 1.7% sucrose, and 0.06% inositol. In its raw powder form, Lacuma fruit can be used as a natural and nutritious sweetener, and it is an excellent flavoring for ice...
Spark Chocolate Powder, 8oz
$ 18.00
The combination of organic superfoods in this chocolate drink hit every note on your palate resulting in a delicious and satisfying beverage.  15 Servings: Organic Ingredients: Cacao -- “Food of the Gods” -- raw for full enjoyment of antioxidants, high density of essential nutrients:  high source of magnesium, many other minerals, protein and vitamins. Carob -- High in polyphenols, natural source of calcium, potassium, zinc.  Good source of dietary fiber, protein and omega fatty acids. Coconut Sugar -- Low glycemic, 16 amino acids, potassium, calcium, magnesium, zinc. Mesquite Powder -- High in protein, soluble fiber and minerals, low glycemic. Lucuma Powder – Source of Antioxidants, 14 essential trace elements, dietary fiber. Cinnamon -- Antioxidant, anti-diabetic, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, warming and soothing, carminative and anti-flatulent. Cayenne -- Rich source of Vitamin A and C Himalayan Pink Salt  - Rich source of vitamins and minerals.
Tiger Nut Flour, 16oz
$ 19.00
Tigernut flour has a unique sweet taste, which we found ideal for different uses, as much that we are still continuously investigating further developments of our products. We bly believe in the benefits of this flour for health reasons, through various analyses, it has been confirmed to be an alternative for dietetics and it's gluten free. In any case a positive alternative within the use of any type of flour. - It's a good alternative to wheat flour, as it's gluten free and good for people who can't take gluten in their diet. - It's considered a good flour or additive for the bakery industry , as its natural sugars contents is really high, avoiding the necessity of adding to much extra sugar (good option for diabetics) - The high fibre content of its raw material (Tigernuts) makes the product very healthy, as everyone needs a minimum fibre contribution each...
Maca, Powder, 6oz
$ 29.00
Camu Berry, Powder
$ 26.00
Camu Camu is the fruit of a tree that grows in the Peruvian Amazon rainforest, especially in areas where water is plentiful, surrounded by lakes and streams. Its scientific name is Myrciria Dubia, and is known by several common names, such as guava, myrtle, coconut-carette, and escobillo. The fruit is a berry of 10 to 40 mm in diameter, red to violet, soft, with one to three seeds. Its weight varies between 2 and 20 grams, weighing an average of 8 g. Compared to other tropical fruits, Camu Camu is a highly concentrated source of vitamin C (ascorbic acid). While an orange has 92 mg for every 100 g in the pulp, Camu Camu has 2780 mg for every 100 g. Nutritional value: -High in vitamin C, a true antioxidant source. 100 grams of pulp contains 30 times more of this vitamin than any other citrus fruit, 47 times more...