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(Pronounced AH-sigh-EE) is a palm tree found throughout South America. Its berries are dark purple and have many health benefits. 

  • Loaded with antioxidants which are thought to protect cells from damage.

  • Believed to have more antioxidant content than cranberry, raspberry, blackberry, strawberry, or blueberry.

  • Possible anti-cancer effect.

  • May reduce swelling, lower blood sugar levels, and stimulate the immune system.

  • May boost brain health. 



Coconuts are especially high in manganese which is essential for bone health and the metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins and cholesterol.

  • Improved endurance

  • Help with weight loss

  • Protect against disease

  • Ease inflammation

  • Kill bacteria 



Mango is an edible stone fruit produced by the tropical tree Mangifera indica which is believed to have originated in the region between northwestern Myanmar, Bangladesh, and northeastern India. 

  • May lower your risk of cancer

  • May protect heart health

  • May support eye health

  • May aid in digestion

  • May help maintain healthy skin and hair 

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A blue-green algae with strong antioxidant effects. 
(*It is mixed with pureed pineapple for our sorbet.)

  • Loaded with protein & vitamins

  • Packed with brain healthy omega-3 fatty acids

  • Fights cancer cells and inflammation

  • May reduce risk of macular degeneration. 



Chia Seeds are the edible seeds of Salvia hispanica, a flowering plant in the mint family native to central and southern Mexico, or of the related Salvia columbariae of the southwestern United States and Mexico. 

  • Loaded with antioxidants

  • May support weight loss

  • May lower risk of heart disease

  • Contains many important bone nutrients

  • May reduce blood sugar levels. 



Part of the hemp plant, Hemp “seeds” are technically a nut that can be eaten raw or used to make milk, oil, cheese substitutes, or protein powder. While related to the cannabis plant, hemp seeds have little to none of the psychoactive compound THC found in marijuana. 

  • Rich in essential fatty acids (omega-6 & omega-3)

  • Great source of high-quality protein

  • Great source of vitamin E and minerals, such as phosphorus, potassium, sodium, magnesium, sulfur, calcium, iron and zinc

  • May reduce risk of heart disease

  • May benefit skin disorders

  • May reduce symptoms of PMS & menopause



Pepitas, which mean “little seeds of squash” in Spanish, don’t have a shell and are found in only select pumpkin varieties. They are basically a pumpkin seed without the shell.  

  • A good source of magnesium, manganese, iron, zinc, and copper

  • May improve mood and sleep.

  • May promote skin and bone health

  • May help reduce inflammation and fend off premature aging

  • Full of beneficial fats to help protect against heart disease

  • May help control blood sugar

  • May help improve the immune system



Also known as dragon fruit or strawberry pear, Pitaya is a tropical fruit native to Mexico and Central America. Its taste is like a combination of kiwi and pear.

  • Rich in antioxidants

  • May help lower blood sugar

  • Contains prebiotics which aid in digestive health.

  • Can strengthen your immune system. 

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The cacao bean, the rawest form of chocolate, can be harvested and consumed directly (cacao), roasted and turned into powder (cocoa) or made into chocolate. Cacao nibs have a bitter, earthy flavor, like unsweetened dark chocolate, and a crunchy texture like a coffee bean. 

  • 40 times the antioxidants as blueberries

  • A natural mood elevator and anti-depressant

  • Has the highest plant-based source of iron

  • Is full of magnesium for a healthy heart and brain.

  • Believed to improves digestive health 



(Pronounced OO-beh) is a purple yam.  It is sometimes confused with taro and the Okinawa sweet potato.  Ube has a similar nutritional profile to the good ol' sweet potato, meaning that it's high in healthy carbs, vitamins, and fiber.  Ube has origins in

Southeast Asia. 

  • Rich in antioxidants

  • A great source of potassium, and vitamin C

  • May help manage blood sugar

  • May help lower blood pressure

  • May improve symptoms of asthma

  • Promotes gut health

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Matcha is finely ground powder of specially grown and processed green tea leaves, traditionally consumed in East Asia.

  • High in antioxidants, vitamins and minerals.

  • May help protect the liver.

  • Boosts brain function.

  • May help prevent cancer.

  • May promote heart health.

  • Helps you lose weight.



Passion Fruit is a flowering tropical vine, known as Passiflora, that grows in warm climates such as South America, Australia, South Africa, and India.

  • Rich in antioxidants.

  • Helps your body heal, lowers inflammation, and protects cells from damage. 

  • Has 8% of the vitamin A you need every day - key to healthy eyes, cells, reproduction, and immunity.

  • Good source of fiber. 

  • Low glycemic index and Improves
    insulin sensitivity.

  • Boosts the immune system.

  • Lowers cholesterol and risk for diabetes, heart disease, and certain kinds of cancer.

  • Reduces anxiety. 



Goji berries are native to Asia, and people in Asia have been using this brightly colored fruit for more than 2,000 years as a medicinal herb and food supplement. Dried goji berries have a distinct flavor reminiscent of a cranberry or sour cherry.   

  • May protect the eyes

  • May provide immune system support

  • May protect against cancer

  • Promotes healthy skin

  • May stabilizes blood sugar.

  • May improve depression, anxiety, and sleep

  • May help to prevent liver damage. 


Maca Root is a cruciferous root vegetable—a relative of turnips and radishes. It’s often called the “Peruvian ginseng” although not related to ginseng at all.  

  • Helps the body manage stress

  • May help with depression

  • May lead to increased energy

  • May help with symptoms of menopause

  • Benefits your bones

  • May boost libido

  • May help with male fertility 

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