They are one of Nature's super-foods in that it has one of the highest level of antioxidants of all fruits. It is rich in anti-inflammatory properties making it a great post-activity snack. Cherries are full of beta carotene, vitamin C, potassium, magnesium, iron, and foliate.
Frequently lauded for their natural sweetness, dates are easily digested making them a quick source of fuel. The dense health benefits of dates are due to their high fiber content, vitamin A and B complexes, and their abundance of potassium.
Truly a great fruit from nature, they are low in calories while still being an excellent source of natural anti-oxidants of Vitamin A and C. They also provide a good source of minerals such as iron, zinc, potassium, and calcium.
An amazing way to satisfy that sweet tooth without any added sugars. Mangoes have lots of Vitamin C and fiber, helping you remain fuller longer with this delicious tropical fruit.
They are in the top 10 of all fruits as far as fiber content and also come with a big source of antioxidants, Calcium, manganese, and Vitamins A, B1, & B2.
Aside for tasting great Pineapple also contains a proteolytic enzyme Bromelain.
Rich in fiber, vitamins, and minerals like copper, calcium, and iron. Not only is it great for lemonade but it's packed with flavonoids which contain antioxidants.
Super low in calories and no cholesterol in this amazing fruit. It's full of vitamin and minerals like most fruits but also has a good amount of potassium.
Known as nature's candy, Raisins have a good punch of calcium and boron for added nutrition.
Another excellent source of seed based protein. A great go to simple snack that taste great and is healthy for you.
This high protein nut produces sustained energy with the presence of monounsaturated fats. While cashews are a rich source of antioxidant power, it is unique in its presence of copper also.
Hazelnuts have a significant place among the types of dried nuts in terms of nutrition and health because of the composition of fats (primarily oleic acid), protein, carbohydrates, vitamins (vitamin E), minerals, dietary fibers, phytosterol (beta-sitosterol), and antioxidant phenolics such as flavan-3-ols.
Pecan nuts contain more than 19 vitamins and minerals including vitamins A, B, and E, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, and zinc. USDA research also shows that pecans are the most antioxidant rich tree nut and rank among the top 15 foods with the highest levels of antioxidants.
Pistachios contain fewer calories and more potassium and vitamin K per serving than any other nut.
Filled with healthy essential fatty acids and they taste great!
Sunflower seeds are an excellent source of vitamin E.
Hemp seeds are unique in that they are a complete source of protein, containing all 9 essential amino acids and essential fatty acids. Additionally, hemp seeds have the optimal ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 fatty acids, 3:1.
These little seeds are extremely high in Omega-3 and Omaga-6 oils and are hydrophilic, meaning they absorb lots of water and help us stay hydrated.
Great source of fiber and protein that help keep us full through out the day. They also have mono-unsaturated fatty acids.
Cacao is rich in the antioxidant flavonoid (has 4x that of green tea). Cacao is also one of the worlds oldest food sources.
Turmeric is an ancient spice most commonly utilized for its anti-inflammatory properties.
Maca is the next super-food that you will start hearing about. Plus it is a great source of iron.
Commonly referred to as "White Gold" in the Himalayans, this million-year-old salt is the purest form of salt in that it has been untouched by environmental toxins commonly found in common sea salts. It contains 84 natural minerals and elements.
This spice is has the highest source of antioxidant strength found in nature. Along with that amazing boost it also is a big source of Vitamin A.