Would you eat all this? Or drink it?

Plant-Based Protein Blend

29.25 g  

Yellow Pea Protein, Organic Whole Grain Brown Rice Protein, Organic Sacha Inchi (Plukenetia volubilis linneo, seed), Organic Amaranth (Amaranthus caudatus, seed), Organic Quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa, seed)

Omega EFA / Fiber Blend

11.12 g  

Organic Pure Whole Grain Oat, Organic Acacia Gum, Chia (Salvia hispanica, seed), Flax (Linum usitatissimum, seed)

Antioxidant / Super-Fruit Blend

5.1 g  

Organic Coconut Flower Nectar (Cocos nucifera, flower bud) Acai Berry (Euterpe oleracea, fruit), Organic Maqui Berry (Aristotelia chilensis, fruit), Camu-Camu Berry (Myrciaria dubia, fruit), 100% Organic Strawberry, 100% Organic Tart Cherry, 100% Organic Blackberry, Organic Blueberry, 100% Organic Raspberry

Adaptogen Blend

1020 mg  

Organic Maca Root (Lepidium meyenii walp, root), 100% Organic Shiitake Mushroom Mycelia, 100% Organic Maitake Mushroom Mycelia, 100% Organic Reishi Mushroom Mycelia, 100% Organic Cordyceps Mushroom Mycelia, 100% Organic Ginger Root

Super-Greens / Vegetable Blend

500 mg  

100% Organic Beet, 100% Organic Carrot, 100% Organic Spinach, 100% Organic Broccoli, 100% Organic Tomato, 100% Organic Kale, 100% Organic Cabbage, 100% Organic Parsley Leaf, 100% Organic Brussel Sprouts, 100% Organic Green Pepper, 100% Organic Cucumber, 100% Organic Celery, 100% Organic Garlic,100% Organic Green Onion, 100% Organic Cauliflower and 100% Organic Asparagus, Chlorella (Chlorella vulgaris)

Probiotic / Prebiotic Blend 

50 mg  

Inulin, Lactobacillus Rhamnosus, Lactobacillus Acidophilus

Digestive Enzyme Blend

50 mg  

Amylase, Protease, Cellulase, Lactase, Lipase

The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice. † Daily Value not established.

Other Ingredients: Coconut Milk, Natural Vanilla Flavors, Soluble Vegetable Fiber, Xanthan Gum, Guar Gum, Lo Han Fruit Extract.


Protein is the most filling macronutrient. It helps maintain stable blood sugar and leads to increased production of hormones that make you feel full and decreased production of hunger hormones—so it’s key to feeling satisfied after a meal. Plus, it helps you maintain and build new muscle, especially when paired with strength training.

are a group of plants (specific herbs, roots, and medicinal mushrooms) that may help your body react to and recover from physical, mental, and environmental stressors. They appear to have a balancing effect that can work in either direction, based on your body’s needs—calming the body if you’re too amped up or subtly improving energy if you’re run down.

See why antioxidants are important

Antioxidants encompass a range of beneficial compounds abundant in fruits and veggies that help neutralize free radicals that might otherwise contribute to oxidative stress. Berries are a top source of antioxidants, including anthocyanins, which also give these fruits their vibrant blue, purple, and red colors.


See why omega 3’s and fiber is important

Omega-3s, found in chia and flax, are essential fats that help form cell membranes throughout the body, and support cardiovascular and brain health.

While fiber from sources like oats and acacia helps keep you full, supports a healthy gut microbiome and healthy blood sugar level.

Super-Greens / Vegetable blend

See why greens & veggies are important

Greens and veggies are a great source of fiber, vitamins such as folate, minerals such as calcium and potassium, and beneficial phytonutrients (or plant compounds) such as carotenoid antioxidants.

DigestiveEnzyme blend

See Why Digestive enzymes are important

Digestive enzymes are essential for optimally breaking the carbohydrate, fiber, protein, fat, and lactose in your food to ensure optimal digestion and nutrient absorption. They’re naturally produced by the body, but you don’t always make enough—which is why they’re included here.

Probiotics /Prebiotic blend

See Why Probiotics & Prebiotics are important

Probiotics are beneficial bacteria found in certain foods and supplements that are similar to the “good” bacteria naturally found in your gut. When you eat them, they can help bolster the health of your gut microbiome and, as a result, may have beneficial effects on overall health. Prebiotics, including inulin fiber, are an essential food source for healthy bacteria in your gut, so they’re also necessary for a robust and healthy gut microbiome.


See Why vitamins are important

Vitamins are essential micronutrients needed for normal cell function, growth, and development. While they are needed in relatively small quantities compared to macronutrients like protein and carbs, the abundance of low-quality, processed foods consumed today means that many people are still at risk for deficiencies, which is why they’re included here.


See Why Minerals are important

Minerals are essential micronutrients (specifically, they are naturally occurring elements found in food) needed fornormal cell function, growth, and development. Like vitamins, they are needed in relatively small quantities, but the abundance of low-quality, processed foods consumed today means that many people are still at risk for deficiencies, which is why they’re included here.


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