my ingredients

almonds

almonds

I use whole almonds instead of plant protein concentrates/isolates in my vegan protein powders. Unlike protein concentrates/isolates, which have been stripped of everything but the protein, almonds are a great source of healthy fats and fiber in addition to protein. They are also prebiotic, meaning they improve the diversity and composition of the gut microbiome. Country of origin: United States.

blueberries

blueberries

My blueberry hydration powder is made with real blueberries. Blueberries are a natural source of nutrients, and a gut-friendly alternative to the fake flavors used in other hydration powders. Country of origin: Canada.

cocoa

cocoa

I add cocoa to my chocolate and mocha protein powders. Cocoa can trigger symptoms for people with acid reflux, so try samples if this is a concern for you. Country of origin: Ecuador. 

coconut

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 meat is full of medium chain triglycerides (MCTS), which interfere with the formation of foam. Country of origin: Vietnam. 

coconut-water

coconut water

Coconut water is one of the key ingredients in my hydration powders. It is a great source of potassium, an important electrolyte when it comes to hydration. Country of origin: India.

coffee

coffee

I add spray dried coffee to my mocha protein powder. 1 serving contains less than 20mg of caffeine. Country of origin: Columbia.

egg-whites

egg whites

Egg whites are low in fiber, low-FODMAP, alkaline (help balance pH levels in your gut), bioactive (promote the growth of good gut bacteria) and naturally 80% highly digestible protein (when dried). Unless you have a sensitivity or allergy to eggs, egg whites will not upset your stomach. They are the perfect source of gut-friendly protein for people with sensitive stomachs and gut issues like IBS. Country of origin: United States. 

maple-sugar

maple sugar

Maple sugar is my favorite sweetener. It is one of the most natural forms of sugar, and loaded with antioxidants that can reduce inflammation. Country of origin: United States. 

matcha

matcha

Made from finely ground young tea leaves, matcha is full of antioxidants. I use it to flavor my matcha protein powder. 1 serving contains less than 20mg of caffeine. Country of origin: Japan. 

monk-fruit

monk fruit

Monk fruit, also known as lo han guo, is a small, melon-like round fruit native to Southeast Asia. It becomes a sweetener by removing the seeds and skin, crushing the fruit, and collecting the juice, which is dried into a powder. Monk fruit is a great option for people who cannot tolerate added sugars. Country of origin: China.

oats

oats

I use gluten-free oats in my meal replacement powders as they are a great source of complex carbohydrates. If you cannot eat oats, try my protein powders instead. Country of origin: United States.

peanuts

peanuts

I make my peanut butter protein powder with peanuts. Peanuts are a delicious source of protein and fats. Country of origin: United States. 

sea-salt

sea salt

Sea salt is one of the key ingredients in my hydration powders. It is a great source of sodium and chloride, the most important electrolytes when it comes to hydration. Country of origin: United States.

strawberries

strawberries

My strawberry hydration powder is made with real strawberries. Strawberries are a natural source of nutrients, and a gut-friendly alternative to the fake flavors used in other hydration powders. Country of origin: United States.

vanilla

vanilla

The little black specs in your vanilla protein powder are ground 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. Country of origin: Madagascar. 

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