Let us find your perfect Bōku superfood together!

Every food is a superfood these days. But what truly separates a plant-based superfood from marketing hype? Let Bōku recommend your best nutrition.

Boku For You
Shop All

Blog

News views and reviews all wrapped up in our classic Boku style. We’re all friends here, follow our stories and discover new ones… good eating, beauty, health and wellbeing — welcome to our Boku family.

Find blogs by searching with keywords or by categories

Sacha Inchi

Sacha inchi is native to parts of South America and the Caribbean. It was traditionally consumed by indigenous groups in Peru, which is why it is often referred to as the Inca nut. Sacha inchi seeds are high in protein, fiber, and healthy fats. They also contain other nutrients, such as phosphorus, potassium, magnesium, calcium, and zinc. Plus, they have antioxidants!

Read More

Red Dulse

This nutrient-rich form of alga has been a food source for more than a thousand years around the world. This little food from the sea has major nutritional benefits! Rich in minerals like calcium, magnesium, and iron, dulse promotes healthy bone density. Also high in potassium, which contributes to healthy blood pressure. Red dulse also boasts vitamins A and C, both vital antioxidants that help the body fight free radical …

Read More

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!

Read More

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.

Read More

Carob

Ancient Greeks were the first to grow carob trees, which are now grown all over the world, from India to Australia. Carob pods taste similar to chocolate, and boasts a roster of health benefits: fiber, antioxidants, vitamins A & B, as well as the essential minerals copper, calcium, manganese, potassium, magnesium, zinc, selenium, and protein.

Read More

Cacao

Although similar in name and flavor, there is a BIG difference between the cacao we use and the cocoa powder you know from hot chocolate packets! Cacao has an incredible amount of antioxidants, with an ORAC score of 98,000. It is also the highest plant-based source of iron, with nearly three times more iron than beef (plus more calcium than cow’s milk)! Cacao is also a good source of magnesium, …

Read More
Himalayan Pink Crystal Salt

Himalayan Pink Crystal Salt

The history of Himalayan Pink Salt dates back over 4 billion years. Found high in the Himalayas that were once once the ocean floor, this mineral rich salt is replacing table salt in more and more households. Himalayan salt has 99% sodium chloride content and its rich content of minerals helps to foster a healthy PH level in the body. Many people use this salt as a salt water flush, …

Read More
Load More

The easiest way to get superfoods in your diet everyday & save money