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Sweet Mesquite

Although you may know the name from barbecue, the nutty, sweet seed pod of the mesquite tree is a high-protein, highly nutritious food, rich in iron, lysine, manganese, potassium, and zinc.

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Spirulina

Spirulina is a blue-green algae found mainly in Hawaii, Mexico and other tropical regions. Spirulina is full of countless nutrients, including powerful chlorophyll and beneficial fatty acids. It is also incredibly high in protein – so high, in fact, the Aztecs called this green stuff “Tecuitlatl” and used to consume it as a primary source of protein and sustenance! Spirulina is also great for keeping in shape, as it’s known …

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Red Clover Sprout

Clover sprouts offer a variety of phytonutrients that are especially concentrated thanks to germination! Clover sprouts provide protein, fiber, calcium, iron, vitamin C and folate.

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Protease

I bet you can guess what digestive enzymes are! Yes, they are in fact enzymes that aid in the digestion of foods. More specifically, Amylase, Protease, Bromelain, Cellulase, Lipase, Alpha-galactosidase and Papain are particular proteins that can support digestion AND assist in the nutrient absorption of foods. Protease is the enzyme the body uses to digest protein!

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Lactobacillus Sporogenes

Lactobacillus Sporogenes is a beneficial probiotic bacteria that promotes a healthy balance of gut flora and fauna. Its scientific name is actually a misnomer because the root “lacto” insinuates that this powerful intestinal bacteria comes from cows. It is actually derived from soil, not milk – so it’s vegan!

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Lactase

I bet you can guess what digestive enzymes are! Yes, they are in fact enzymes that aid in the digestion of foods. More specifically, Amylase, Protease (3 different potencies), Bromelain, Cellulase, Lipase, Alpha-galactosidase and Papain are particular proteins that can support digestion AND assist in the nutrient absorption of foods. Lactase is the enzyme that helps break down lactose.

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Chlorella

Chlorella is a nutrient dense green algae. It is about 50% protein, and provides all nine essential amino acids, making it a complete protein source. Chlorella is also a good source of iron, with the added benefit of being rich in Vitamin C (which helps your body absorb iron!) Chlorella is also a source of omega-3 fatty acids.

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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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Lipase

Lipase is a digestive enzyme that helps your body digest fats. Digestive enzymes are particular proteins that can support digestion AND assist in the nutrient absorption of foods.

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Cellulase

Cellulase is a naturally occurring digestive enzyme that breaks down cellulose, the main element in plant cell walls and vegetable fibers, so it helps your body digest plants! Digestive enzymes are particular proteins that can support digestion AND assist in the nutrient absorption of foods.

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