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Energetic Balance + Brain Power

The gut-brain connection refers to the intricate communication network that links your central nervous system (CNS) — comprising your brain and spinal cord — with your enteric nervous system (ENS). The ENS is a vast network of neurons embedded within the walls of your gastrointestinal tract.  (Read More)

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Yerba Mate Intuitive Awareness

Yerba Mate, also called Paraguay tea, is obtained from the dried leaves (approximately 95%) and stems (about 5%) of the evergreen shrub-tree Ilex paraguariensis. It has been confirmed that this beverage shows a number of beneficial health effects, including: a protective effect on liver cells, stimulation of the central nervous system, anti-inflammatory effect, as well as a positive effect on the cardiovascular system. (Read More)

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Gut approach to Oncology

Lentils are relatively quick and easy to prepare, and their low cost makes them an accessible form of high quality protein for many people around the world. They are a good source of B vitamins, folate, iron, and potassium. They also contain high levels of protein and fiber. (Read More)

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Sustainably Delivered

Salmon is a sustainable choice that packs protein and heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids. Salmon helps support heart health by reducing total cholesterol and blood pressure, two risk factors for heart disease. There are many types of salmon. When purchasing fresh salmon, ensure the fish has a mild scent and firm flesh. (Read More)

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Essence of nature meets

The heart of family values 

Avocados have lutein and zeaxanthin, which absorb light waves that can harm your vision. Avocados have oleic acid, a monounsaturated fatty acid (also found in olive oil and nuts) that can slash the odds

of breast cancer, according to a study of more than 4,000 women. And a compound in avocados called avocatin B can kill leukemia cells, according to a lab study. Scientists are even looking into whether the papery husks that surround avocado pits have anything helpful. (Read More)


Fresh Baked Milk

Baked milk is better absorbed by the body than boiled or raw milk, so it might be good for people with diabetes mellitus, people with chronic intestinal diseases suffering from any form of allergy (except for lactose allergy).

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Join Buckwheat Revolution

Buckwheat is a rich source of unsaturated fatty acids (74.5%–79.3%), which have health benefits against heart diseases, cancer, inflammation, and diabetes. The dietary fiber is the main component in the proximate composition of buckwheat, higher than other pseudocereals and similar to cereal grains. (Read More

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Alchemy of Coffee Alternative

Chicory root. A substantial amount of clinical evidence depicts chicory to be anti-diabetic, immunomodulatory, anti-tumor, antioxidant, anthelmintic, and prebiotic. In addition, chicory has been shown to promote good digestion, to regulate appetite, and to decrease the risk of gastrointestinal diseases. (Read More)

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Healing  Treatments for your Gut

Muesli comprises of oat bran which contains a oat fiber known as beta-glucan. Beta glucan helps in reducing cholesterol levels, regulating blood pressure, promoting weight loss, relieving constipation etc. (Read More)


Shipped directly from

 Bristol Bay, Alaska 

Ahi tuna is a delicious and nutritious seafood choice that can provide numerous health benefits. It's low in calories and fat, high in protein and essential nutrients, and rich in omega-3 fatty acids. Incorporating Ahi tuna into your diet can help improve heart health, boost brain function, and support strong bones. (Read More)


Ethically sourced,

Sustainably harvested

Chanterelle mushrooms are an excellent source of polysaccharides like chitin and chitosan. These two compounds help to protect your cells from damage and stimulate your immune system to produce more cells. They're also known to help reduce inflammation and lower the risk of developing certain cancers.. (Read More)


                 Spice it all up 

Cinnamon. In addition to being an antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antidiabetic, antimicrobial, anticancer, lipid-lowering, and cardiovascular-disease-lowering compound, cinnamon has also been reported to have activities against neurological disorders, such as Parkinson's and Alzheimer's diseases. (Read More)

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