Organic Gluten-Free Oats
Oats are among the healthiest grains on earth. They're a great source of important vitamins, minerals, fiber and antioxidants!
Almonds are known as being healthy fat that boosts bone health with calcium, magnesium, and zinc, reduces blood sugar and cholesterol levels, and delivers Vitamin E and protein to the body.
Known for being great for heart health, walnuts provide antioxidants and Omega 3s to the body, are known to reduce the risk of heart disease, and promotes a healthier gut.
Rich in Vitamin E, thiamine, magnesium, and Vitamin B, pepita seeds enhances immune system due to its high levels of zinc, and provides the body with 3g of fiber per ounce.
Know for its antioxidant powers, golden flaxseeds contain a richness of Omega-3s, protein, and fiber while also helping the body reduce cholesterol levels and provides lignans, containing antioxidants.
Rich in fiber, protein, magnesium, and more, chia seeds supplies the body with antioxidants while also providing sustained energy.
Coconut contains high amounts of iron, selenium and copper, promotes detoxification with antioxidants, and helps stabilize blood sugar.
A great substitute for traditional sweeteners for its improved digestion and flavor, maple syrup encourages healthy skin while also containing antioxidants.
Cinnamon, Cloves, Nutmeg & Sea Salt
These spices work to create a complex flavor that masks any hint of mushroom taste with its blend of sweet and savory, while also containing antioxidants and flavonoids.
These mushrooms help with physical endurance as well as boosts the body's ATP production, and improves physical performance.
Considered to be a brain booster, this mushroom protects and regenerates brain tissue and enhances memory, focus, and mental clarity.
These mushrooms are known to improve sleep and promote a calm mind while also assisting the body to combat fatigue and depression.
Known as the immune shroom, they come packed with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, and is an excellent stimulant for the immune system.
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