Nature's formula for good health.
Fun fuel for life as a kid.
Play through the day with healthy nutrients, not high sugar. Pepitas deliver just enough slowly digested protein and healthy fats to keep kids going strong. Then, beet chips provide a combo of carbs for both short- and long-term energy. Top it off with a surprisingly delicious shot of cold-pressed spinach and apple juice that sneaks in extra produce and antioxidants. Who says the after-school snack can't be healthy?
Oneounce of pepitas (about 3 tablespoons) contains 7.8g protein and 15g healthy fat. Seeds are less allergenic than nuts. Research
According to the USDA nutrient database, 1/2 cup of beets contain 6.5g total carbohydrate. The carbohydrates are both simple and complex, providing immediate and sustained energy. Research
Cold-Pressed Spinach and Apple Juice
There are over 18 types of flavonoids found in spinach. These, along with other phytochemicals, help protect the brain. Research
According to the USDA nutrient database, 1/2 cup chopped apples contain 8.63g total carbohydrates, providing energy that tastes great for children. Research
Post-workout mix to restore your body's nutrients.
Recover and replenish your body post-workout. Reach for tart cherries and pineapple juice to tame inflammation and provide powerful antioxidants to target stress. Edamame provides ample protein to help repair spent muscle fibers. And to top it off, research suggests that curcumin, an antioxidant found in turmeric, soothes sore muscles. Power to the muscles!
Tart cherries contain a powerful antioxidant called anthocyanin, which reduces inflammation and muscle damage. Research
Edamame is a good source of protein with 8.4g found in ½ cup, and the salt helps replace sweat lost during exercise. Research
Bromelain, an enzyme found in pineapple juice and stems, has anti-inflammatory properties. Research
Curcumin, found in turmeric, has a long history of use to treat pain and inflammation. Research
Pre-workout fuel before you hit the gym.
Fuel your body with foods that help you workout smarter, not harder. Raisins and apples provide a preferred source of energy to give you a turbo boost, while cashews leave you feeling satisfied, keeping hunger at bay. Research shows that nitrates, found in beets, oxygenate your blood and quiet muscle fatigue, helping you crush through your limits. Can’t “beet” that!
Carbohydrates are a preferred source of energy (particularly before exercise), and support favorable metabolic function. 1oz of raisins contains the same amount of carbohydrates found in commercial sports gels. Research
1oz of raw cashews provides 5.2g of protein and 12.4g of healthy fat, which both work to increase satiety and decrease hunger. Research
Beets are a good source of nitric oxide, which improves blood flow and lessens muscle fatigue commonly associated with exercise. Research
Mental focus for the upcoming meeting, test, or game.
Focus on the task at hand when that meeting, test, or game is on the line. Research shows that eating fruits and veggies improves cognition. Walnuts provide slowly digested protein and healthy fats for fewer blood-sugar spikes. Our cold-pressed juice does wonders when you need to zero in, thanks to cucumbers and their ability to hydrate you for better focus. Concentration is the name of the game!
The antioxidants found in fruits (including dried fruit) have been linked to improved cognition, which can lead to higher test scores. Research
According to the USDA nutrient database, 1oz of walnuts contains 15.9g of healthy fats and 4.3g of protein, which both contribute to blood glucose control. Research
Proper hydration prevents fatigue and promotes mental clarity. Cucumbers are 96% water. Research
Pomegranates contain beneficial antioxidants. Research
Feel full to ward off hunger.
Satisfy your hunger with a mix of foods that fill you up without getting you down. Dried apricots and pineapple deliver fiber to keep your stomach satisfied. Pistachios and soynuts pack slowly digested protein while parsley and yellow pepper juice keep your veggie count up and hunger pangs down. Hasta-la-vista, cravings.
1 oz of dried apricots contains 2g of fiber, and 1 oz of dried pineapple contains 4g of fiber. Fiber is known to promote satiety. Research
½ cup of pistachio nuts in their shell contain a filling combination of 1.4g of fiber, 3g of protein and 6g of fat, all for just 80 calories. Studies show choosing pistachios in shells slows you down so you eat less. 1 oz of soynuts contains 9g of protein. Research
Parsley is high in thylakoids, part of the chloroplast in plants. Research has shown a connection between thylakoids in food and both increased satisfaction and decreased intake. Research
Kick start the burn and get your body working.
Boost your burn with help from the right foods and juices. Protein from almonds can kick start your internal furnace, while coconut delivers medium-chain triglycerides - a.k.a. superstar compounds known to torch spare tires. Our cold-pressed pineapple, red pepper and cayenne chaser serves up vitamin C and capsaicin known to send calories packing.
Protein increases calorie burning due to enhanced thermic effect of food. Research
½ cup of unsweetened coconut contains 1.7g of medium chain triglycerides (MCTs), which increase fat burning, while the 13g total fat and 3.6g of fiber promote satiety. Research
Epidemiologic data show that consumption of foods containing capsaicin is associated with a lower prevalence of obesity. Research
Stay alert and going strong throughout the day.
Ignite your energy with the right foods to get you through your day. Perk up with a light dose of caffeine found in dark-chocolate and stay sharp with the help of walnut's omega-3s for happy brain cells. Our cold-pressed cucumber juice will battle sluggishness with hydration, while antioxidant rich apples and spinach keep your noggin in tip top condition.
Caffeine boosts alertness. Research
Omega-3 fatty acids, a type of polyunsaturated fat, have been shown to improve brain health and promote optimal brain function. Research
The brain is protected by polyphenols and other phytochemicals found in spinach. Research
Cucumber promotes hydration prevents fatigue and promotes mental clarity. Research
Craving buster to satisfy your sweet and sour desires.
Indulge your cravings and do your body good. Sweet tooths rejoice with fiber rich coconut rolled dates and protein packed dark chocolate covered almonds. If sweet and sour is your thing, our cold-pressed watermelon, lime and mint juice gets the job done, and serves up vitamins A and C. Who knew eating healthy could be this fun?
Dark Chocolate Covered Almonds
According to the USDA nutrient database, 1 oz ofalmondscontains 6g of protein and 3.5g of fiber. Both will help you satisfy those cravings without overdoing it. Research
Coconut Rolled Dates
According to the USDA Nutrient Database, 1 ounce of dates contains 2g of fiber and ½ cup of unsweetened coconut contains 3.6g of fiber. Research
Cold-Pressed Watermelon, Lime Juice with Mint
According to the USDA nutrient database, 1 cup diced watermelon contains 12.5 mg of vitamin C that works to reduce the damaging effects of oxidative stress on your body. Research
Complete calm for sleep or relaxing.
Calm yourself with a new zen-sation. Nutrients like magnesium found in almonds and bromelain rich pineapples are known to calm both your muscles and your mind. Melatonin from tart cold-pressed cherries and carbs from cold-pressed pineapple can help you get to sweet dreams in no time. Sleep tight!
Research About Almonds: 1 oz of almonds contains 75mg of magnesium, which reduces oxidative stress in the body. Additionally, 1 oz of almonds contains 60mg of tryptophan, the precursor to serotonin - otherwise known as the calming chemical or happy hormone. Research
Tart cherries are one of the best natural food sources of melatonin, a chemical that helps regulate sleep and circadian rhythm. Research
According to the USDA nutrient database, ½ cup of cubed pineapple provides 10.8g carbohydrates, which contribute to the production of serotonin, a neurotransmitter that can affect mood, relaxation and satiety after meals. Research
Beauty from the inside out.
Radiate beauty with hair, skin, and nails that turn heads. A cold-pressed watermelon and rainbow chard cocktail serves up sun defender lycopene and beta-carotene for that golden glow, while Kale keeps it tight with Vitamin C, nature's secret for skin-firming collagen. No tip-to-toe polish is complete without biotin rich almonds for nails and hair that prove strong is beautiful.
According to the USDA nutrient database, 1oz of almonds contain 6.0g of protein and 1.3mcg of biotin, the essential building blocks for healthy hair and nails. Research
According to the USDA nutrient database, 1 cup chopped kale contains 80.4mg of vitamin C, which plays an essential role in collagen maintenance and production. Research
Watermelon, Lemon and Rainbow Chard
According to the USDA, 1.5 cups of watermelon contain 9-13mg lycopene, a pigment known to potect skin from UV damage. Research
Swiss chard contains 1101 IU of vitamin A in the form of beta-carotene, a pigment that contributes to desirable skin tone. Research
Boost your system's defenses.
Defend your body with an army of immunity soldiers. Pine nuts kick off the action with extra zinc to keep immune cells running like clock work. Next up, kale and carrots deliver Vitamin A for tip-top respiration and digestion. Orange and kale juice delivers trusty vitamin C, known to lessen the severity of colds. Shields up!
1 oz of pine nuts provides 15% of the daily value for zinc, required for proper immune health. Research
½ cup chopped carrots provides 6420 IU of vitamin A, which helps support a healthy immune system. Research
½ cup orange segments provides 80% of the daily value for vitamin C, which has been shown to shorten the length and severity of a cold. Research
1 cup chopped kale contains 80.4mg of vitamin C, and 6693 IU of vitamin A. Research
Wake-up pack to hit the ground running.
Wake up the right way. Chocolate-covered espresso beans deliver caffeine to keep you alert while crunchy cinnamon-roasted garbanzo beans normalize blood sugar. Leave it to the fresh flavors and refreshing scent of cold-pressed spinach and orange juice to perk up your day. A pick-me-up that won't let you down!
Dark Chocolate-Covered Espresso Beans
Espresso beans and cocoa both contain caffeine to improve mood and alertness. Research
Cinnamon Roasted Garbanzo Beans
According to the USDA nutrient database, 2 teaspoons of cinnamon contain nearly 3g fiber, and ½ cup of garbanzo beans has 4.8g of fiber and 5.3g protein. Together, they provide morning blood sugar control by slowing stomach emptying.. Research
1 cup of raw spinach provides 58mcg folate and 167mg potassium. These work with the naturally high nitrate content to reduce blood pressure and relax blood vessels. Research
1 orange contains 116% (69.7mg) of our daily recommended vitamin C. Research