The most recommended out of all forms of chocolate. This superfood is very different from ordinary cocoa powder, raw organic cacao powder is made using no heat or chemicals and is jam packed with nutrients!
It is rich in minerals: magnesium, iron, potassium, calcium, zinc and copper.
Cacao contains far more antioxidants than acai berries, goji berries and blueberries and also known for lifting your mood with bliss nutrients.
Sorghum is an ancient cereal grain that's a staple crop in India and throughout Africa. Sorghum has high nutritional value with protein, fibre, and minerals like phosphorus, potassium, calcium, and iron.
It is also high in antioxidants. Because of its fibre content, sorghum promotes digestive health and combined with other fibre rich food as part of a high fibre diet, may help fight cardiovascular disease.
Many of the gluten free packet mixes on shelves are made with just white rice flour and other white starches.
We have opted to take out a lot of the white stuff from our mixes and replace with the brown version, as we have done with our rice flour.
Brown rice retains more nutrients than white rice and has much higher fibre content, which is better for digestion and makes you feel fuller for longer.
These tiny superseeds are a powerhouse of nutrients. They contain the richest source of omega-3 fats of any plant. Omega-3 fats are essential for cardiovascular health, a healthy brain and nervous system and soft skin.
The protein in chia contains all eight essential amino acids, making it a ‘complete’ protein.
Amino acids are the building blocks of our bodies, and are essential for healthy muscles, hair, skin and nails. This is incredibly rare for a plant based source of protein.
It was the Incas, one of history’s most powerful civilisations who first understood the health benefits of this amazing superfood.
High in protein and many essential nutrients, quinoa contains a balanced combination of all essential amino acids.
This unrefined sugar is nutritionally richer than other brown sugars or refined sugar, and retains most of the natural minerals inherent in sugarcane juice, including phosphorus, calcium, magnesium, potassium and iron.
It deliverers this nutrient content and doesn’t require the harsh chemical solutions used to produce white sugar. We also think it is extra yummy in baking!