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Rhubarb

In Europe and North America, rhubarb is often eaten cooked and sweetened. In Asia, its roots are used in traditional medicine. It is a very good source of vitamin K1, as well as a useful source of fiber.

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Psyllium

Psyllium is fiber from the husks of Plantago ovata seeds. The fiber in psyllium promotes healthy bowel function by soaking up water in your digestive tract and creating bulkier stools. Psyllium is also a prebiotic, which means it promotes healthy probiotics to grow in your gut. These probiotics are essential for healthy immune function, and critical to your body’s ability to fight infection, reduce inflammation, and maintain healthy tissue and …

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Monk Fruit

Monk fruit, also known as luo han go, is a melon native to China and Thailand. Its name refers to the monks who cultivated it centuries ago. Monk fruit has a history of use as a medicinal tea in Traditional Chinese Medicine, to soothe sore throats and relieve excessive phlegm. Today, it is also used as a healthy sugar-free sweetener, since it’s over 100 times sweeter than sugar!

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Marshmallow Root

Marshmallow has been used for over 2000 years as both a food and a medicine. Marshmallow root contains a gummy substance called “mucilage.” When mixed with water, mucilage forms a soothing gel that coats the throat and stomach. Other beneficial nutrients found in marshmallow include flavonoids, antioxidants, pectin, proteins, coumarin, and quercetin.

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Ginger

Ginger is a powerful spicy root that’s popular as a stomach soother in folk medicine traditions. Beyond it’s tummy helping properties, it also contains vitamin C, magnesium and potassium.

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Cranberry

Cranberries are rich in vitamin C and fiber, and contain phytonutrients that may offer protection from tooth cavities, urinary tract infection, and inflammatory diseases. These berries are also high in antioxidants, and are helpful immune boosters. Cranberry seed protein is a great, allergen-free source of protein and fiber.

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Aloe Barbadensis

Aloe Vera

Aloe vera is a super succulent, containing a variety vitamins, minerals, saccharides, amino acids, anthraquinones, enzymes, lignin, saponins and salicylic acids. It is a source of antioxidant vitamins A, C, and E, plus vitamin B12, folic acid, and choline! Aloe vera has a strong traditional history of medicinal use, both topically to soothe skin, and internally to help optimize digestive function and soothe common issues.

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Pumpkin

Boasting myriad health benefits, we think pumpkin deserves attention year-round! This hearty squash offers a major dose of vitamin A, plus other essential nutrients like vitamin C, potassium, copper, manganese, vitamin B2, vitamin E and iron. Pumpkin sprouts provide these essential minerals, vitamins, and phytonutrients in a small but powerful package. The germination process makes the nutrients in pumpkin sprouts especially easy for your body to absorb and assimilate. Pumpkin …

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Sprouted Flax

Sprouted flax benefits from the vitamin and lignin-boosting germination process to provide a powerful boost of nutrition. Sprouting is also helpful to increasing bioavailability of the protein and minerals found in flax seed.

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Lucuma Fruit

Lucuma Fruit

Reverently nicknamed “Inca’s Gold,” this exotic Peruvian fruit has a high vitamin/mineral profile and is known for its abilities to help rejuvenate the skin. Lucuma is also characterized as low-glycemic on the glycemic index, so unlike other fruits, it will not result in any crazy blood sugar spikes after consuming. It must also be noted that Lucuma also has one of the highest ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity) values in the …

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