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Spelt has notable measures of iron and potassium, contains B vitamins and is higher in balanced amino acids, fats and crude fiber than common wheat. Many people with sensitivities to wheat feel spelt protein is easier to digest than wheat protein, because spelt is extremely water soluble.


Known as a complete protein, Quinoa has an amino acid profile superior to other grains. Quinoa also offers significantly higher minerals such as calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, copper, zinc and iron than in other grains. Gluten free


Mesquite is highly effective in balancing blood sugar, as its natural sweetness comes from fructose. It is also very high in fiber. With its low glycemic index, products baked with mesquite maintain a constant blood sugar for a sustained time and, as a result, prevent hunger. Gluten free


Amaranth contains more fiber and iron than wheat and is also known to be a good source of calcium. Amaranth flour is high in protein and, when used in combination with other flours (such as wheat), its protein value is as beneficial as fish or poultry. Gluten-free


Oats are considered a good source of soluble fiber, which helps to decrease cholesterol in the blood. Oats also contain significant levels of protein and B vitamins. Gluten-free


Millet is an excellent source of niacin, thiamin and phyto-nutrients. The natural alkalinity of millet flour also makes it easily digestible, so it is very beneficial for people with ulcers and digestive problems. Gluten-free


Flaxseeds are a rich source of alpha linolenic acid, an omega-3 fat that helps lower cholesterol and protect against heart disease. With their high soluble and non-soluble fiber content, flaxseeds provide a significant nutritional boost to many of our products.

Hemp Seeds

Hemp seeds are one of the most nutritious foods on earth, containing all of the essential amino acids, essential fatty acids and fiber necessary for good health. No other single plant source has the essential amino acids in such an easily digestible form, nor has the essential fatty acids in as perfect a ratio to meet human nutritional needs.

Pumpkin Seeds

Pumpkin seeds, or pepitas, are rich in protein and iron, and provide poly-unsaturated fatty acids, including omega 3 and omega 6. Some studies have shown pepitas help prevent kidney stones and promote prostate health.

Agave Nectar

Agave nectar is a natural sweetener made from the agave plant. When harvested and produced, the process is completely natural and free of processing chemicals, making it a safe, unrefined and organic sweetener.

Agave nectar is a delicious low-glycemic sweetener that is high in fructose. Fructose does not stimulate digestive insulin secretion as do other sugars. It is less disturbing to the glycemic index, and therefore does not create the "sugar rush" sensation. Health experts agree that controlling insulin secretion is an important component in lowering risk for heart disease and diabetes, reducing cholesterol levels, and managing weight.

Raw Unrefined Sugar

Raw unrefined sugar is made from the juice of the sugar cane plant and has trace minerals and nutrients present, whereas refined white sugar is devoid of all nutrients, and is typically made of pure carbohydrates. Refined white sugar has devastating affects on the body and health in general - elevating blood sugar levels and offering no nutritional substance whatsoever.

Raw unrefined sugar contains minerals and nutrients that are stripped from refined white sugar and also from regular brown sugar. Raw unrefined sugar has the same vitamin and mineral consistency that is found in the juice of the sugarcane plant, such as phosphorus, calcium, iron, magnesium, and potassium. Raw sugar is also free of the harmful chemicals, like sulfur dioxide, that result when sugar is refined.

Maple Syrup

Pure maple syrup contains minerals, such as calcium, potassium, manganese, magnesium, phosphorus and iron, and vitamins, like B vitamins, niacin, biotin and folic acid.

Brown Rice Syrup

Brown rice syrup is made entirely from fiber-rich brown rice. Brown rice syrup contains about half the sweetness of other sugars and 50% more complex carbohydrates, which inhibits dramatic shifts in blood sugar levels.

Mom was right -- fruits and vegetables are good for you. Science has established that eating lots of fruits and vegetables can help prevent some life-threatening diseases.

Fruits, vegetables and legumes contain hundreds of components known as phytochemicals (or phytonutrients). In addition to phytochemicals, fruits, vegetables and legumes are a valuable source of fiber. Fiber keeps the digestive system running smoothly and may reduce the risk of heart disease and some gastrointestinal problems, and some types of cancers.

These foods are also the primary source for antioxidants, which protect tissues, cells, DNA, and other important compounds in the body against free radicals, the destructive molecules believed to help induce heart disease, cancer, age-related eye diseases, arthritis, memory loss, and possibly aging itself.

Olive Oil

Olive oil is rich in monounsaturated fats, oleic acid, in particular. This fatty acid along with the oil’s high content of antioxidants such as vitamin E, carotenoids and oleuropein, make its consumption beneficial in the prevention of heart disease, and in the regulation of cholesterol and blood sugar levels.

Green Tea

Green tea provides a great amount of antioxidant polyphenols, which is believed to be responsible for why green tea powerfully protects against a range of cancers, including lung, prostate and breast cancer.

Cocoa Powder

Recent research studies have shown a link between cocoa and cardiovascular health, with reduced risk of blood clots, strokes, and heart attacks. Further, cocoa powder has been found to have nearly twice the antioxidants of red wine, and up to three times the antioxidants found in green tea.