our Ingredients

Dates

Dates are a rich source of Protein, Dietary Fibre and are high in Vitamins B1, B2, B3 and B5, as well as Vitamins A and C. They also contain Potassium which can help to regulate the nervous system.

Almonds

Almonds are a good source of Vitamin E, Copper, Magnesium and high-quality proteins. They also contain high levels of healthy, un-saturated fatty acids. Potential health benefits associated with consuming almonds include lowering cholesterol and reducing the risk of cancer and heart disease.

Cacao

Cacao is one of nature’s greatest super foods. It is known to contain extraordinary levels of disease-fighting properties, such as helping to reduce the risk of heart attack, stroke, high blood pressure and even cancer. It contains over 700 known compounds including anti-oxidants which prevent premature ageing and disease.

Coconut

Coconut is believed to help prevent obesity by speeding up metabolism, and providing an immediate source of energy with fewer calories than other fats. Studies also show that people who regularly consume Coconut report a stronger ability to go without eating for several hours with no effects of Hypoglycaemia.

Coconut Oil

Coconut Oil  has a wealth of health benefits including skin care, hair care, improving digestion, and immunity against a number of infections and diseases.

Peanut Butter

Peanut Butter carries numerous health benefits. It is recommended that we should consume a tablespoon of Peanut Butter, or a handful of peanuts, 4 times every week in order to reduce the risk of coronary heart disease by 37%.

Hazelnuts

Hazelnuts are packed with heart-healthy fats which can promote cardiovascular health. They are also a good source of Oleic Acid which can help to lower levels of bad cholesterol. Hazelnuts are also high in Vitamins E and B; Vitamin E is vital for maintaining healthy skin, hair and nails, and Vitamin B promotes good cell and energy metabolism.

Baobab Fruit

Baobab Fruit is an excellent source of vitamin C, calcium, potassium, thiamin, fibre and Vitamin B6. The fruit has one of the highest antioxidant capacities of any in the world, with more than double the antioxidants per gram of Goji Berries and more than Blueberries and Pomegranates combined.

Whey Protein 

Whey Protein contains a vast range of essential amino acids, which are renowned for being easily absorbed. Not only can whey protein help you to increase strength, gain muscle and lose significant amounts of body fat, it has also been shown to improve blood pressure, blood sugar levels and to help combat depression.

Oats

Oats are high in dietary fibre which can help to lower cholesterol. They also contain unique anti-oxidant compounds which can help to prevent cardio-vascular disease.

Oat Bran

Oat Bran contains 50% more fibre than oatmeal. Fibre helps you to feel fuller for longer and can therefore contribute to weight loss. Fibre also helps to lower cholesterol, blood pressure, inflammation and it is renowned for aiding digestion. Oat Bran also supplies a significant amount of protein which is essential for cell repair, growth and development. What’s more, once ingested, Oat Bran also slows down the absorption of sugars and fats into the body.

Egg Whites

Egg Whites  are a good source of protein, low in calories and may even help to lower blood pressure.

Chia Seeds

Chia Seeds are an excellent source of protein, contain more calcium than dairy products, and are loaded with dietary fibre.

Golden Berries

Golden Berries are higher in protein and Vitamin A, and lower in sugars than other small berries. They have an incredibly high anti-oxidant level making them an ideal nutritional supplement, and they also contain anti-inflammatory properties.

Golden Linseed

Golden Linseed has been recommended in the treatment of IBS and is renowned for its positive effects on the bowel.

Sesame Seeds

Sesame Seeds are extremely high in Calcium and Zinc for healthy bones.  Their excellent nutritional profile mean that they can help to prevent diabetes, facilitate digestion, and also reduce signs of premature ageing.

Sunflower Seeds

Sunflower Seeds  are a great source of Vitamin E, the body’s primary fat-soluble anti-oxidant. They are also a good source of Magnesium which can reduce the severity of asthma, combat high blood pressure, prevent migraines and lower the risk of heart attack and stroke.

Moringa

Moringa contains all the essential amino acids needed by the body. Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins which are needed to grow, repair and maintain cells. It also stimulates metabolism and cell growth, helps to balance sugar levels, is an immune stimulant to strengthen the body’s defences, and is rich in Vitamin A.

Cashew Nuts

Cashew Nuts are extremely dense in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, including Vitamins E, K and B6, Copper, Zinc and Iron. They are naturally cholesterol-free, contain high levels of heart-healthy fats, and are packed with fibre and protein.

Apricots 

Apricots are rich in a number of potent antioxidants, and are a good source of Vitamins A and C. They are packed with many anti-inflammatory nutrients, and are also a high in dietary fibre.

Walnuts

Walnuts are a great food for improving heart health and preventing cardiovascular disease. They contain Vitamin B7 which is renowned for improving the health and condition of the hair, and they are high in melatonin which can help induce sleep.

Buckwheat

Buckwheat is a fruit seed that is related to rhubarb, making it ideal for those who are sensitive to wheat and other grains. Including Buckwheat in a diet, can have a positive impact on cholesterol and blood pressure. It can also help to control blood sugar levels and can help to prevent the development of gallstones.

Manuka Honey & Honey

Manuka Honey is produced in New Zealand by bees that pollinate the native Manuka Bush. Honey is renowned for its antibacterial and antifungal properties, and is also known to alleviate the symptoms of allergies and the common cold and coughs. It is also an excellent source of all-natural energy.

Pecan Nuts

Pecan Nuts are rich in Vitamins E and B6, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium and Zinc. They are also packed with healthy monounsaturated fatty acids which help to prevent coronary disease and stroke.

Goji Berries

Goji Berries contain Vitamin C, Vitamin B2, Vitamin A, Iron, Selenium and other anti-oxidants. Goji Berries have also been used in Chinese medicines for over 6,000 years and are a popular choice for many celebrities.

Cranberries

Cranberries are said to aid in the treatment of urinary tract infections, cardiovascular disease, some cancers and high blood pressure.

Blueberries

Blueberries have the highest anti-oxidant capacity of all commonly consumed fruit and vegetables. It is also suggested that regular consumption of blueberries can help to prevent heart attacks.

Blackcurrants 

Blackcurrants  are extremely rich in Vitamin C and support the immune system in fighting common ailments such as colds, flu and infections.

Raisins 

Raisins contain fibres that can help to aid digestion and can help to eliminate toxins from the system. They are high in Iron and B-Complex vitamins which can help to treat anaemia.

Carrots 

Carrots  are packed full of anti-oxidants and are rich in Vitamins A, C, K, B8, Iron, Potassium and Manganese. They are a fantastic immune-booster, help to combat high cholesterol, reduce high blood pressure and help to promote a healthy heart, and help to maintain a good digestive system.

Cinnamon 

Cinnamon is loaded with anti-oxidants and contains anti-inflammatory properties which helps the body to fight infection and repair tissue damage. It is also known to have a positive effect on heart disease, type 2 diabetes and neurodegenerative diseases.

Vanilla 

Vanilla  contains Vanilloids which can improve inflammation and mental performance.

Coffee

Coffee has many proven health benefits such as helping to burn fat, improving energy levels and concentration, reducing the risk of developing Type 2 Diabetes, protecting against Alzheimer’s and Dementia, helping fight depression, lowering the risk of some types of cancers and may lower the risk of stroke.

Flax Seeds

Flax Seeds can help improve digestion, give you clear skin, lower cholesterol, reduce sugar cravings, balance hormones, fight cancer and promote weight loss.

Sea Salt

Sea Salt  delivers many vital minerals for the healthy functioning of the body such as Sodium, Potassium, Calcium, Magnesium, Bromide, Chloride, Iron, Copper and Zinc.

Pumpkin Seeds 

Pumpkin Seeds  are packed full of nutrients such as protein, fibre, iron, zinc, vitamins and Omega-3 fatty acids. They are known to boost immunity, cell growth, promote sleep, eye and skin health, protect against osteoporosis, and regulate insulin levels.

Hemp Seeds

Hemp Seeds are exceptionally nutritious and rich in healthy fats, protein and various minerals.

Rape seeds

Rape seeds are a good source of Vitamin E and are high in monounsaturated fats.

Cherries

Cherries can reduce the risk of stroke, help protect against diabetes, reduce muscle pain and can slow down ageing of the skin.

Almond Butter

Almond Butter is extremely high in Calcium, Copper, Vitamin E and Magnesium. These vital nutrients are essential in healthy nervous system functioning, muscle function, bone health, and energy production and storage. It also deliver cardiovascular health benefits due to its high fibre and healthy fats content.

Hazelnut Butter

Hazelnut Butter is a good source of protein, Omega-6 fatty acids, fibre, and vitamins and minerals (including Vitamin E, Copper and Manganese).

Ginger

Ginger is renowned for relieving nausea, loss of appetite and motion sickness. It is also known to help fight the common cold and flu.

Nutmeg

Nutmeg is known to detoxify the body, boost skin health, reduce insomnia and improve circulation.

Brown Rice Flour

Brown Rice Flour is high in dietary fibre, protein and B vitamins. It is low in sodium, saturated fat and cholesterol.

Apple

Consuming apple regularly can help lower cholesterol, help to prevent the development of diabetes and can help to prevent gallstones.

 

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