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Deglet Noor Dates

Dates are truly amazing. They have a high carbohydrate content, containing glucose, fructose and sucrose. Dates also contain phenolic compounds that reduce the amount of glucose absorbed into circulation (this means that they have a lower glycemic load) which makes them perfect for providing you with rapid energy while keeping your blood sugar in control.

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Green Banana

Why go green? Green bananas are a prebiotic food (meaning they are food for our gut bacteria) and contain fiber, vitamin C, vitamin B6, potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, and zinc. Green bananas also contain resistant starch (RS) which behaves like fiber, and has been shown to play a role in regulating blood sugar.


Arabica Coffee

While coffee is usually consumed for its caffeine, it has other powerful polyphenolic compounds that help induce the bodies endogenous antioxidant and detoxification systems. Coffee is high in vitamin B3, magnesium, and potassium.


Cassia Cinnamon

Cinnamon has been used as a spice for decades and is known for its ability to stimulate the body's endogenous antioxidant system. It also has anti-inflammatory, antidiabetic, antimicrobial and anticancer effects.

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Sunflower Seeds

Aside from being packed with healthy unsaturated fats, sunflower seeds are also high in protein, vitamins E, B1, B5, and B6, selenium, magnesium, phosphorus, copper, manganese, folate, fiber, iron and zinc.



An avocado is actually considered a fruit. Cool right? Get this - its a fruit that contains a lot of fat soluble vitamins and omega fatty acids. Avocados have a high potassium content, which  helps regulate muscle activity. 



Cocoa contains a high amount of polyphenols and antioxidants (even higher than that of green & black teas) and has been shown to have anti-thrombotic activity.


Reishi Mushroom

Reishi mushrooms are adapotgenic herbs that are primarily composed of complex carbohydrates, proteins and amino acids. They are studied and used for their anti-inflammatory and anti-tumor properties.

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Sweet Potato

Sweet potatoes are a great source of energy. They contain carbohydrates as well as fiber, vitamins and minerals. Monosaccharides and oligosaccharide sugars account for their sweet flavor.


Chia Seeds

Chia seeds are small but mighty; packed with protein, fiber, and omega-3 fatty acids. In the 16th century, chia was consumed to provide energy, endurance, and strength. Today, chia seeds are consumed for their hypotensive, hypoglycemic, and anticholesterolemic effects. 



Figs contain phenolic compounds and flavonoids as well as protein, calcium, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus and vitamin A. 


Cassava Root

Cassava roots are composed mainly of carbohydrates making them a great energy source. They also contain calcium, iron, potassium, magnesium, copper, zinc, and manganese.


Himalayan Pink Salt

Salt is essential for electrolyte replacement and reducing muscle cramps. Himalayan salt contains natural minerals including potassium, magnesium, calcium, iron, and zinc. The presence of iron oxide is what gives this type of salt its "pinkish" appearance.

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Coconut contains protein, fiber and fat. Lauric acid is the primary fatty acid in coconut oil. When lauric acid enters the body as part of a medium chain fatty acid (MCFA) it is rapidly absorbed and transported to the liver. The liver acts on lauric acid converting it into energy. The metabolites (such as ketone bodies) that result from that reaction can be used by other tissues such as the brain and heart, as energy.



Walnuts posses alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) . ALA is converted to eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) upon absorption and metabolism. EPA and DHA (also found in fatty fish) have been well  studied for their cardioprotective properties. Walnuts are also rich in fiber and protein.


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