my ingredients 

THE ONLY ingredients that I use

almonds

I use California almonds, which are naturally high in protein, instead of plant protein isolates in my vegan protein powders. Unlike protein isolates, which are stripped of everything but the protein, almonds contain healthy fats, fiber, and other nutrients like calcium and vitamin E. They are gut-friendly and a good source of prebiotics, meaning they improve the diversity and composition of the gut microbiome.

chickpeas

I also use American grown chickpeas in my vegan protein powders because they are high in soluble fiber. Unlike insoluble fiber, which can have a laxative effect, soluble fiber increases in size as it moves through your digestive tract. This can make your bowel movements easier and more regular.

cocoa

I love cocoa, and add a generous serving to my chocolate and mocha flavors. Cocoa can trigger symptoms for people with acid reflux, however, so order samples first if this is a concern for you. 

coconut

Egg whites have a tendency to foam when hydrated and mixed. In order to solve this problem, I add coconut to my recipes. Coconut is full of medium chain triglycerides (MCTS), which interfere with the formation of foam. Coconut is also a good source of prebiotics and has anti-inflammatory properties. 

coffee

I add a pinch of Colombian coffee to my mocha protein powder. In case you were wondering, my mocha flavor contains only 10mg caffeine, or about 1/10 of what is in a cup of coffee. 

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egg whites

I love egg whites. They are low in fiber, low-FODMAP, alkaline, and naturally 80% highly digestible protein (when dried). Unless you have a sensitivity or allergy to eggs, egg whites will not upset your stomach. 

monk fruit

Monk fruit, also known as lo han guo, is a small, melon-like round fruit native to Southeast Asia. We use it as a natural sweetener by removing the seeds and skin, crushing the fruit, and collecting the juice, which is dried into a powder. 

oats

I use gluten-free oats in my meal replacement powders because they are a great source of complex carbohydrates and fiber. If you cannot eat oats, try my protein powders instead.  

peanuts

I make my peanut butter protein powder with Georgia peanuts. Peanuts are delicious and a great source of protein. 

vanilla

The little black specs in your protein shake are ground Madagascar Bourbon vanilla beans. If this is your first time seeing specs, it is probably because most companies use artificial or natural vanilla flavor, not real vanilla. 

nothing else

I put the ingredients right on the front of the bag