Camu Camu

SUPER FOOD! In the heart of the Amazon, hides a tree whose small purple berries contain 20 to 50 times more organic vitamin C than an orange or lemon: it’s the Camu-Camu. An intense antioxidant, this berry can’t be eaten in its na
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Chlorella

This seaweed is usually found in fresh water (although some species thrive in salt water), and, as a result, has the particularity of being ultra-charged with chlorophyll. Towards the end of the 1940s, governments of industrialize
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Guarana

The Guarani (Amazonian Indians) ate guarana to combat hunger. But it’s also a powerful stimulant, diuretic, analgesic, and perfect ingredient to combat fatigue. Its main component being caffeine: So be careful no to overindulge!
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Maca

Native to the Andes, maca was initially grown for its nutritional value. It was consumed as a fresh tuber, like sweet potato, but also dried for preservation. Maca powder is consumed in oatmeal, pancakes or sweet creams, and has a
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Spirulina

Spirulina is a spiral-shaped, blue-green seaweed that has been around for over 3 billion years. Out of 1,500, only 36 species of spirulina are edible. First primarily grown in California and Hawaii, spirulina can now be produced
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Acai

Açaï is an important part of medicinal and culinary traditions of native tribes from the Amazon. They use the young shoots of acai (heart of palm) as well as berries that look like blueberries or blackberries. Açaï fruits are
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Raw Cacao

SUPER FOOD! Dried at a maximum of 42°C (107°F) in order to keep all of its antioxidant qualities in tact, the cocoa bean has the reputation of being the richest in nutrients. It’s not without reason that in South America, it’s
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Ginger

SUPER FOOD! Naturally, ginger relieves symptoms of illnesses, such as rheumatism, nausea, colds, and headaches. It also helps facilitate digestion, while its anti-inflammatory properties are recognized. It’s a great food to eat
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Chia

The Chia seed comes from a plant in the Mint family. Eaten in traditional cultures like the Aztecs, the Chia seed was especially regarded as a medicine. Ensure its quality by avoiding red seeds (immature seeds) and seeds that are
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Goji

Its real name is “Lyciet,” the goji berry’s current name was created to simplify the spelling of “Gouqi,” which means “Wolfberry” in Chinese. For millenniums, goji berries have eaten in Asia and are highly reputed for their medi
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