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Complete Plant Proteins + Exotic Superfoods

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Whole Food Ingredients That Taste Real Because They Are.

We’ve carefully handpicked only the highest quality, complete plant proteins for their comprehensive protein content, natural bioavailability and rich nutritional synergies. They provide a full spectrum of essential and non-essential amino acids with a robust concentration of BCAAs (Leucine, Isoleucine and Valine), which is absolutely critical for maximizing protein synthesis. These whole food powerhouses provide so much more than just protein. Sacha inchi seeds and pumpkin seeds bring a wealth of essential omega fatty acids, and cranberry seeds offer a wide range of antioxidants from Cranberry Seeds, among so much more.

The exotic superfoods that we source are revered for their ability to strengthen immune systems, support digestive systems, increase energy levels, reduce stress and generally promote an overall well-being in the mind and body. Our search for these nutrient-dense whole foods has led us to all parts of the world. Over the years, we have uncovered some of the most powerful and nutritious superfoods that our planet has to offer. From South America to Madagascar, the ingredients combine to create the finest products on the market.

Globally Sourced, Carefully Selected



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  • Sesame Seeds

    Sesame Seeds

    Whole Food Sprouts

    Native to Asia, sesame seeds are thought to be the first condiments. Jam-packed with healthy vitamins, antioxidants, omega-6 fatty acids and dietary fiber, it is no wonder they have been coveted for 5000 years. Among their amazing qualities are the seeds’ ability to fight cancer, reduce blood pressure, improve oral…

  • Flax Seeds

    Flax Seeds

    Whole Food Sprouts

    Flax seeds, which originated in the Mediterranean region, are high in fiber, B vitamins, magnesium, manganese, omega-3 fatty acids, and healthy phytochemicals. They also contain elevated levels of both soluble and insoluble fiber, which contribute to lowering cholesterol. Flax seeds are anti-inflammatory and promote overal wellness.

  • Quinoa

    Whole Food Sprouts

    Quinoa, the “gold of the Incas” and the “mother of all grains,” is an ancient grain that has been consumed as a vital food source in South America for thousands of years. Hailed today as a “superfood,” it contains double the amount of fiber in most grains, is one of…

  • Millet

    Whole Food Sprouts

    Millet, native to Africa and Asia and cultivated as early as 4500 BC, is very high in fiber and antioxidants as well as copper, phosphorus, manganese, calcium, B vitamins, and magnesium. Millet is healthy for your heart and cardiovascular system, aides in the development and repair of body tissue, and…

  • Yellow Pea

    Yellow Pea

    Complete Plant Protein

    Yellow peas, also called split peas, have been consumed as an important dietary staple since 6000 BC. They are rich in protein, fiber, B-vitamins, essential minerals and isoflavones, which are helpful in reducing the risk of breast and prostate cancer. Eating yellow peas can also help lower cholesterol, maintain heart…

  • Chia Seeds


    Whole Food Sprouts

    Chia seeds are native to Mexico, Central and South America, and were used in the diet of ancient Aztec and Mayan cultures as early as 3500 BC. They are an amazing low-calorie source of fiber, protein, omega-3s, and antioxidants and can aide with weight loss, cancer prevention, metabolic health, and…

  • Sunflower

    Whole Food Sprouts

    Sunflowers, native to the Americas, were an important crop for Aztecs and other native peoples of ancient Mexico. European explorers first brought sunflower seeds to Europe in the early 16th centuary, but the plant did not become popular until the 18th century. Sunflower seeds are jam-packed with essential minerals including…

  • Amaranth

    Whole Food Sprouts

    The ancient pseudograin amaranth, first cultivated by humans in pre-Columbian Latin America, is a tiny but powerful plant full of essential vitamins and minerals. It boasts all nine essential amino acids and is especially high in lysine. Amaranth is gluten free, rich in protein and fiber, and useful for losing…

  • Pumpkin Seeds

    Pumpkin Seed

    Complete Plant Protein

    Pumpkin seeds are full of rest-inducing tryptophan, heart-healthy magnesium, zinc for immune support, protein, essential minerals, and omega-3 fatty acids. These crunchy seeds offer benefits for postmenopausal women, anti-inflammatory properties, anti-diabetic effects and benefits for the health of the heart, liver and prostate.

  • Maca Root

    Maca Root

    Exotic Whole Superfood

    Maca root, a tuberous vegetable native to the Andes Mountains in Peru, has been used as food and medicine since 3800 BC. Maca contains high quantities of amino acids, essential minerals and vitamins. Yellow maca naturally improves fertility in women, aides the endocrine system, increases energy and stamina and controls…

  • Sacha Inchi

    Sacha Inchi

    Whole Protein Superfood

    Sacha inchi, aka “the Inca Peanut,” is a highly nutritious plant that grows in the South America, especially in the Peruvian highlands. Sacha inchi is packed with vitamins and minerals, including vitamin E and omega 3 and 6 fatty acids. It is thought to reduce abdominal fat, help people lose…

  • Cranberry Seed

    Cranberry Seed

    Whole Protein Superfood

    Native to North America and used as a food source as early as the 16th century by Native Americans, cranberries are an immune-boosting, health-promoting superfruit. With high amounts of vitamin C, vitamin E and fiber, the consumption of cranberries supports the health of the heart, urinary tract system, blood vessels,…

  • Broccoli

    Whole Food Sprouts

    Broccoli, native to Asia Minor and the eastern Mediterranean, produce a cancer-fighting molecule that may prevent or treat many forms of cancer. Broccoli sprouts (three to five-day old broccoli plants) also boast numerous other health benefits, including increased energy, detoxification of the body, and high levels of antioxidants and other…

  • Red Clover

    Red Clover

    Whole Food Sprouts

    Red clover, a member of the bean family native to Europe, Central Asia and North Africa, has long been used as medicine and is still used to treat breast, ovarian and lymphatic cancer in modern times. Red clover has important women’s health benefits: it can reduce the discomfort of hot…

  • Daikon Radish

    Whole Food Sprouts

    Brought to Japan over 1300 years ago, the daikon radish became very popular during the Edo period and remains essential to modern-day Japanese, Chinese and Korean cuisine. Daikon radish sprouts are high in potassium and vitamins A, B, C, E, and K, as well as calcium, magnesium, zinc, and iron.…

  • Chlorella


    Exotic Whole Superfood

    Chlorella is a single-celled micro-algae that has amazing detoxifying properties, purifies the blood, and eliminates heavy metals, chemicals and pesticides from the body. Chlorella also increases concentration, boosts the immune system, improves digestion, helps reduce body fat, and lessens cancer risk.

  • Oat Grass

    Oat Grass

    Exotic Whole Superfood

    Native to Europe and Asia, oat grass has long been touted as one of nature’s finest medicines, and contains high quantities of fiber, protein, folic acid, beta-carotene, vitamins K and C, iron, calcium and B vitamins. It is also rich in chlorophyll, nature’s blood cleanser. Studies show that oat grass…

  • Spirulina


    Exotic Whole Superfood

    Spirulina, a blue-green microalgae that grows naturally in salty lakes and oceans in subtropical climates, has been used as a food source since the ninth century because of its high nutritional value. It is rich in magnesium, iron, potassium, protein, and many other healthy nutrients, and is thought to help…

  • Kale


    Exotic Whole Superfood

    Cultivated in Europe since the 5th century BC, kale is a true superfood, hailed as one of the most nutrient-dense foods on the planet. For only 33 calories, one cup of kale packs almost 3 grams of protein, 2.5 grams of fiber, beta-carotene, vitamins A, C and K, folate, omega-3…

  • Spinach


    Exotic Whole Superfood

    Spinach, native to Persia (modern day Iran) is full of vitamins, antioxidants, phytonutrients and minerals. It is a great source of fiber, vitamins A, B2, C and K, magnesium, manganese, folate, iron, calcium and potassium. Consumption of spinach can help ward off disease and strengthen the body.

  • Indian Moringa

    Indian Moringa

    Exotic Whole Superfood

    The leaves of the Indian Moringa tree, used by ancient cultures from Asia to Africa as medicine, have been shown to treat anxiety, lower blood pressure, sooth headaches, aide sleep, increase and sustain energy naturally, and detoxify the body. Modern-day science backs up ancient claims about the amazing nutritional and…

  • Lucuma Fruit

    Lucuma Fruit

    Exotic Whole Superfood

    Peru’s lucuma fruit – cultivated and eaten since the time of the ancient Incans – is very nutrient-dense, and offers loads of iron, beta-carotene, vitamin B3, zinc, magnesium, calcium and other vitamins and minerals, as well as a healthy dose of protein, antioxidants, and dietary fiber. It is shown to…

  • Ginger Root

    Ginger Root

    Exotic Whole Superfood

    Antioxidant-rich ginger root – used medicinally in Asia for over 2000 years – has incredibly anti-inflammatory properties and is a powerful antidote to nausea, digestive problems and motion sickness. It also helpful for relieving arthritic pain, improving cognitive function, enhancing digestion and absorption of fat, lowering risk of heart attack…

  • Cacao


    Exotic Whole Superfood

    Antioxidant-rich cacao was used as a source of medicine and food by the indigenous tribes of Mexico, Central and South America, long before it was brought to Europe by Columbus in the 16th century. Full of vitamin c, omega 6 fatty acids and magnesium, studies have shown raw cacao to…

  • Ceylon Cinnamon

    Ceylon Cinnamon

    Exotic Whole Superfood

    Ceylon cinnamon comes from the sweetly scented bark of a small tree native to Sri Lanka and has been used since 2700 BC in Chinese medicine. Boasting many more health benefits than the supermarket variety, it is often called “true cinnamon.” Today, it is valued as a superfood for its…

  • Vanilla Bean

    Vanilla Bean

    Exotic Whole Superfood

    Indigenous cultures such as the Aztecs and Mayans first cultivated vanilla bean, native to Mexico, for the plant’s bountiful health benefits and rich flavor. The crop was eventually brought to Europe by Spanish conquistador Hernán Cortés in the 1520s. Vanilla bean has incredibly antioxidant and anti-carcinogenic properties, due to the…

  • Heirloom Red Banana

    Heirloom Red Banana

    Exotic Whole Superfood

    Heirloom red bananas (fun fact: they are classified as an herb, not a fruit) are softer and sweeter than the more commonly consumed yellow bananas, and are raspberry-flavored. They are very high in vitamin C, vitamin D, potassium, beta-carotene, and fiber. Consumption of red bananas may help reduce heart disease…

  • Jerusalem Artichoke Root

    Jerusalem Artichoke Root

    Whole Food Prebiotic

    The Jerusalem artichoke, or sunchoke, is a highly nutritional root vegetable that boosts the immune system, rids the body of dangerous toxins, prevents constipation, and fights intestinal bacteria. This potato-like superfood contains a large quantity of the prebiotic fiber called inulin, as well as a wide array of vitamins and…

  • Baobab Fruit

    Baobab Fruit

    Exotic Whole Superfood

    Baobab fruit, found in Africa, the Arabian Peninsula, and Australia, has been used as food and medicine source since ancient times. A true super fruit, baobab is rich in vitamin c, potassium, calcium, fiber, magnesium, and healthy antioxidants. The consumption of baobab fruit can also increase energy levels and reduce…

  • Goji Berries

    Goji Berries

    Exotic Whole Superfood

    Goji berries, which Tibetans consume for increased longevity, are an excellent low-calorie source of antioxidants, with up to 10 times as many antioxidants as blueberries. These small red berries help boost the immune system and are rich in beta-carotene, fiber, and vitamin C. The superfruit has also been said to…

  • Himalayan Pink Sea Salt

    Himalayan Pink Sea Salt

    Pure Exotic Minerals

    Iodine-rich pink Himalayan sea salt, hand-mined from the famous mountain range itself, is thought to be the purest salt in the world. Naturally mineral-rich and lower in sodium than table salt, it has been shown to increase hydration, prevent muscle cramping, strengthen bones, and help improve circulation and metabolic functions.

  • Organic Stevia Leaf

    Stevia Leaf

    Pure Whole Leaf

    Stevia, a small herb native to South America and used for centuries by indigenous cultures, is a safe, delicious low-calorie sweetener that helps control blood sugar, blood pressure, and cholesterol, as well as treating heartburn, gingivitis and osteoporosis.