Fruits and vegetables

Apples

Apples are rich in a soluble fiber called pectin. Pectin helps reduce the level of toxic heavy metals in the body. Quercetin, an antioxidant abundant in apples, helps reduce LDL/bad cholesterol oxidation.

Avocado

High in potassium, they help to keep blood pressure low. They also contain monounsaturated fats which help to lower blood pressure. Good source of vitamin K, which promotes bone health in the elderly, and folate. Avocados are a nice source of protein, especially for anyone on a plant-based diet.

Bananas

Bananas are a good source of B vitamins, which may help to remedy sleeplessness, mood swings, and irritability. They also contain vitamin C, as well as magnesium and potassium, which make them a great electrolyte replenisher. They’re fairly high in natural sugars.

Blueberries

Blueberries contain pectin, vitamin C, potassium, and significant amounts of tannins which can kill bacteria. Manganese, which contributes to healthy bones as well as in converting macronutrients to energy, is amply found in blueberries. Rich in flavonoids, blueberries help decrease the risk of type-2 diabetes. Loaded with antioxidants.

Carrots

Carrots are an excellent source of vitamins A, B, and C. Rich in beta-carotene and carotenoids; they help protect the body from cancer, cardiac disease, and cataract and macular degeneration. They also contain iron, calcium, potassium, and natural sodium.

Cucumbers

Cucumbers contain potassium and phytosterols which can help lower cholesterol. They’re high in water. Consume the skin to get a boost of chlorophyll.

Kale

Kale has the highest vegetable source of vitamin K and may help the risk of developing certain cancers. It’s a great source of calcium, chlorophyll, iron, and vitamins A and C. Kale is low in calories. It’s also a good source of minerals, copper, potassium, manganese, and phosphorus, as well as compounds which promote eye and skin health.

Lemon

High in vitamin C and anti-inflammatory. Lemons contain limonene which may help to prevent breast cancer growth. They also contain natural anti-nausea and overall digestive-aid properties.

Mangos

Excellent source of vitamin A and C, which is very beneficial to maintaining a strong immune system. A good source of potassium, which is important in assisting to control heart rate and blood pressure. Mango contains a great deal of flavonoids like beta-carotene, alpha-carotene, and beta-cryptoxanthin.

Pineapples

Great for improving digestion. A good source of potassium and has vitamin C and iron. Contains anti-inflammatory compounds such as bromelain.

Spinach

Spinach is an excellent source of vitamins A, C, and E. A good source of calcium, iron, potassium, protein, and choline. Choline supports healthy mental function.

Strawberries

Excellent source of vitamin C, which helps heal cuts and wounds and keep teeth and gums healthy. Antioxidant, antiviral, and anti-cancer.

Seeds and grains

Chia seeds

They are an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids, rich in antioxidants, and they provide fiber, iron, and calcium.

Flax seeds

Flax seeds is a rich source of healthy fat, antioxidants, and fiber. The seeds contain protein, lignans, and the essential fatty acid alpha-linolenic acid, also known as ALA or omega-3. The nutrients in flax seeds help lower the risk of diabetes, cancer, and heart disease.

Protein powders

Organic vegan protein

Organic, non gmo (non-genetically modified) vegan protein, helps build and repair muscles.

Hemp protein

Hemp protein, is a high-fiber protein supplement.

Vanilla whey protein

Vanilla whey protein provides protein and amino acids, which serve as building blocks for increased muscle growth.

Spirulina

Spirulina is a natural “algae” (cyanbacteria) powder that is incredibly high in protein and a good source of antioxidants and B-vitamins.

Herbs and spices

Ginger

Supports healthy digestion and is cleansing. Warming to the body. Anti-nausea, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant.

Organic maca powder

Maca is a root vegetable that is high in antioxidants and nutrients, such as vitamin C, copper and iron.

Milk alternatives

Almond milk

Almond milk is lower in both fat and calories than reduced-fat cow's milk. Because almond milk is not an animal product, it contains neither saturated fat nor cholesterol.

Soy milk

Soy milk contains protein which is essential for growth. Proteins are made of amino acids which are shown to have a beneficial effect in preventing various health disorders. The amino acid and isoflavones content of soy protein also help lower LDL-cholesterol.

Healthy fats

Peanut butter

Peanut butter contains unsaturated fats, nutrients that lower the levels of harmful cholesterol in your bloodstream, helping to reduce your risk of heart disease.