Amino Acids Profile
Organic, Whole Grain, Brown Rice Protein
Apart from being an excellent source of protein, it is also a good source of fiber as well as trace minerals such as manganese and selenium. Brown rice also contains fatty acids and essential oils that may help lower LDL cholesterol.
Organic Cranberry Protein
Cranberry protein powder is an extract derived from the cranberry seed. It
contains a full spectrum of amino acids and is extracted through cold-pressing technology. It is incredibly nutrient dense, pure and contains 46% more powerful antioxidants than cranberries alone in their organic state.
Organic Red Dulse
Organic red dulse is a sea vegetable. It is a rich source of potassium, zinc, manganese, calcium and iodine. It is approximately 21% protein and is one of the most nutrient dense natural foods on the planet.
Organic Vermont Maple Syrup (Dehydrated)
Maple is a great source of trace minerals such as calcium, manganese and zinc which are essential for energy production and antioxidant defenses. It is also a good source of B vitamins and contains much less fat and calories than other traditional sweeteners.
Organic Lucuma Fruit
Organic lucuma fruit is a super food from Peru. It’s rich and creamy texture is so popular that it is the number 1 ice cream flavor in South America. Organic lucuma fruit provides 14 essential trace elements, including potassium, sodium, calcium, magnesium and phosphorus.
Organic Fine Vanilla Bean
Vanilla is high in antioxidants. It has often been used to soothe upset stomachs and has a calming effect on the central nervous system. It is known to have a euphoric effect on the brain, reduce drowsiness and improve circulation.
Guar gum is an excellent source of water soluble, natural fiber. It is derived from the guar bean, a legume. This fiber easily dissolves in water and has no flavor while still promoting a healthy digestive system.
Boku Super Enzymes
Amylase, Protease (3 different potencies), Bromelain, Cellulase, Lipase, Alpha-galactosidase, Papain – Are tiny proteins that help remove old toxic matter, including mucus, from the intestinal tract. They assist nutrient absorption of all foods and are essential for health and digestion.