Cashews | A nutrient-dense tree nut that lowers the risk of heart disease and encourages the body’s natural production of collagen and elastin.
Walnuts | A tree nut with powerful antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties. They have a high concentration of nutritional benefit, including healthy fats, omega-3 fatty acids, and vitamin E. A few walnuts go a long way – just seven contain 60% of your daily recommended dose of omega 3 fatty acids!
Almonds | A tree nut high in monounsaturated fats that can decrease LDL cholesterol and reduce the risk of heart disease. Sprouted almonds are an alkaline-forming food, good for balancing the pH level of the body.
Dates | The fruit of the date palm tree. Dates can be used as a low-glycemic sweetener while also providing high-quality dietary fiber, antioxidants and the essential B vitamins that help with metabolic function.
Buckwheat | A gluten-free pseudocereal that is actually a seed, not a grain. Buckwheat has a higher mineral content than wheat, rice or corn, providing good amounts of manganese, copper, magnesium, iron and phosphorus.
Pumpkin | A highly nutritious squash that offers over 200% of our daily value of vitamin A. It's also one of the best sources of lutein and zeaxanthin, two compounds important to eye health.
Cinnamon | A warming spice with powerful anti-inflammatory properties. Not only does it taste delicious, it also balances blood sugar, boosts immunity and protects brain function.
Ginger | A root native to Southeastern Asia that supports healthy digestion, soothes the gastrointestinal tract and boosts immunity.