Core Ingredients

Our ingredients are curated carefully and precisely to benefit our community. We take pride in testing every ingredient before and after the process to make sure your body is consuming toxin-free, pure substances. Made in the USA, we work with suppliers with top-quality ingredients to make sure our community only consumes nature’s highest-quality ingredients.

Alfalfa Leaf

  • Contains several important nutrients such as folate, manganese, vitamin K and C
  • May help lower cholesterol, manage blood sugar, and boost metabolic health
  • Contain antioxidant properties
  • May be able to decrease cell death and DNA damage caused by free radicals

Alfalfa Leaf

Aloe Vera / Aloe Vera Powder

  • Is a natural source of antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties
  • Relieves constipation by adding water to the gut; has been used to treat digestive problems
  • Can help maintain a normal and healthy body weight, regulate blood sugar and cholesterol levels

Aloe Vera / Aloe Vera Powder

Anhydrous Caffeine

  • Contains less acidic compounds therefore has less GI effects.
  • Can clear away drowsiness and increase energy levels. 
  • Can be used to aid in weight loss and athletic performance because of the stimulant properties
  • Enhances the effects of natural stimulants such as dopamine, norepinephrine, and adrenaline

Anhydrous Caffeine

Apple Cider Vinegar

  • Can help in regulating Blood sugar levels and aid in weight loss by promoting satiety
  • Can help with controlling blood pressure and enhance circulation
  • Apple cider vinegar fights the growth of fungus and can boost gut health
  • Has antibacterial properties 
  • Can be used to treat acne and prevent skin infections such as eczema
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Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple Fiber

  • Contain a type of soluble fiber called pectin, a prebiotic that helps promote gut health by feeding the good bacteria in the digestive system
  • Has several health benefits and may help improve cholesterol, blood pressure, and bowel stability

Apple Fiber

Bacillus Coagulans

  • Is a type of probiotic that helps feed the good bacteria in the digestive tract
  • Has shown benefits for IBS symptoms, Rheumatoid arthritis, intestinal gas, and even respiratory tract infections

Bacillus Coagulans

Banana

  • Contains resistant starch which can boost the metabolism and promote weight loss
  • Contain higher antioxidants than other fruits
  • Is a great source of B3, B6, B12, vitamin C and vitamin E

Banana

Barley Grass

  • Has a variety of important nutrients
  • Contains vitamin A
  • Helps regulate immune function and cell growth
  • Is a great source of fiber,vitamin C, and vitamin A
  • May help regulate blood sugar levels, support heart health, and even promote weight loss

Barley Grass

Bioavailable Silica

  • Aids in eliminating environmental pollutants and toxins such as heavy metals 
  • Boosts the immune system 
  • Aids to keep body in homeostasis and balances pH levels

Bioavailable Silica

Black Seed Oil

  • Can help boost the immune system and promote a healthy immune response.
  • Can aid in protecting brain health and may be helpful in lowering cholesterol and blood sugar levels.
  • Has anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and anti-cancer properties. Black cumin seed has also been used to help treat eczema, psoriasis, and acne.
  • Thymohydoquinone, the main chemical, has been used to support people with autism, glaucoma, and dementia.

Black Seed Oil

β-Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide (NAD+)

  • Boosts energy levels 
  • Increases metabolism
  • Improves cardiovascular health 
  • Aids with muscle development and recovery 
  • Plays an essential role in setting the body’s internal clock or circadian rhythm

NAD+

Blueberries

  • A superfood; low in calories and nutrient rich
  • Contain the highest amount of antioxidants among all the popular fruits and vegetables
  • Protects the body from free radicals, which are unstable molecules that can cause damage to cells and contribute to aging, disease and cancer
  • May aid in reducing damage to DNA, which may help protect against aging and developing cancer
  • May also lower blood pressure, help prevent heart disease, and help support healthy brain function

Blueberries

Broccoli

  • Is a great source of vitamins, minerals, fiber and antioxidants
  • Contains potent antioxidants that help protect cells and tissues throughout the body 
  • Contains different bioactive compounds that may help decrease inflammation
  • May help reduce numerous heart disease risk factors
  • May help to control blood sugar levels, and aid in healthy digestion.

Broccoli

Cayenne Pepper

  • Rich in provitamin A which is an important nutrient that is involved in immune system functioning, bone health, and reproduction
  • Is an excellent source of capsaicin which is an active compound in peppers and chilis
  • May aid in pain relief, lowering blood pressure, and increase metabolism
  • have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties

Cayenne Pepper

Chlorella

  • Is a complete protein source and contains all 9 essential amino acids
  • Contains antioxidants, omega-3’s, and is a great source of vitamin C
  • Can bind to heavy metals and aid with eradication of harmful chemicals and compounds
  • Can also help boost the immune system by increasing the activity of different parts of the immune system 

Chlorella

Citric Acid

  • Used to treat kidney stones and clear up skin infections 
  • Helps metabolize energy through a cycle called the (TCA) cycle or Krebs cycle where the majority of our energy is derived from
  • Also enhances nutrient absorption by allowing minerals in your body to be more bioavailable

Citric Acid

Citric Acid

  • Citrus fruits such as lemons or oranges are a good source of citrus extract. Citrus extract contains compounds that have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. It can help reduce the risk of kidney stones by raising citrate levels in urine. Has been shown to improve digestive health and can aid in weight loss. Citrus extract contains flavonoids that block the expression of certain genes that are responsible for some degenerative diseases such as cancer.
  • Is a good source of vitamin C, vitamins B, potassium, phosphorus, magnesium and fiber

Citrus Extract

Collagen

  • Improves skin hydration and elasticity 
  • Aids to reduce wrinkles and rejuvenates the skin
  • Aids to maintain the integrity of cartilage, the rubber-like tissue that protects the joints
  • Aids to prevent bone loss and reduces the risk of osteoporosis 
  • Provides structure to arteries, the blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart

Collagen

Colostrum

  • Provides nutrients such as magnesium, vitamins A, C , E and B.
  • Rich in macronutrients, specifically protein compounds such as lactoferrin, growth factors, and antibodies. 
  • Aids to strengthen the immune system and help the body fight off disease-causing agents

Colostrum

CMC Gum

  • Comes from the cell walls of plants
  • May help suppress appetite because it is used as a filler in foods
  • Can also aid in weight loss
  • Is a good source of insoluble fiber

CMC Gum

Coconut

  • May aid in promoting weight loss by increasing fullness
  • May also aid in improving the gut microbiome by optimizing bacterial growth of the good bacteria and support the gut lining
  • Can be a good source of energy because it can be easily absorbed throughout the body and converted to ketones
  • Could help aid in improving brain function which could help support people with epilepsy and autism
  • Aids in fighting yeast and bacterial growth and contains antifungal and antimicrobial properties

Coconut

Evaporated Cane Juice

  • Healthy substitute to refined sugar because it maintains more nutrients found in sugar cane such as antioxidants and certain vitamins and amino acids
  • Has alkalizing properties and therefore has antibacterial and antimicrobial properties
  • Has been found to decrease cholesterol- both LDL and triglycerides
  • Is a good source of calcium, potassium, magnesium, manganese, and iron

Evaporated Cane Juice

Flax Seed

  • Are a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids which are essential and can only be obtained through diet or supplements
  • Show health benefits for your heart that potentially lowers the risk of stroke

Flax Seed

Green Cabbage

  • Is loaded with vitamins like vitamin C and vitamin K, minerals, and antioxidants
  • Is very high in vitamin C, a very powerful antioxidant that may help protect against heart disease, and free radicals
  • May also help reduce inflammation within the body
  • May also aid in healthy digestion because it contains insoluble fiber that helps on keeping the digestive system healthy 
  • May help lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels

Green Cabbage

Inulin

  • Aids to slow digestion and increase fullness
  • Reduces cholesterol absorption as it passes through digestive tract 
  • Aids digestion by increasing the number of good bacteria in the gut 
  • Aids to control blood sugar by slowing the digestion of carbohydrates, allowing sugar to be released slower without spiking

Inulin

Kale

  • Is very high in nutrient content and very low in calories
  • Contains potent antioxidants such quercetin, which aids in boosting the immune system, increases the absorption of zinc in the body
  • Contains anti-inflammatory properties
  • Is an excellent source of vitamin C which also aids in supporting the immune system and supports the growth, development, and repair of all body tissues
  • Is also one of the best sources of vitamin k, which plays an important role in blood clotting

Kale

Lactobacillus Acidophilus

  • Aids to lower cholesterol 
  • Probiotics may improve symptoms of IBS such as abdominal pain and bloating 
  • Aids to prevent and reduce allergy symptoms such as a runny nose, nasal congestion, and itchy eyes 
  • Aids to help prevent and reduce symptoms of eczema 

Lactobacillus Acidophilus

L-Theanine

  • Promotes relaxation 
  • May help ease anxiety, stress, and reduce insomnia
  • When paired with caffeine it may increase focus, attention and alertness
  • May aid in improving the function of the body’s immune system because of the antioxidant effects

L-Theanine

Ominimin AC & Trace Minerals

  • Essential building blocks for hundreds of enzymes 
  • Serve as antioxidants 
  • Required for normal growth and development 
  • Supports the blood system

Ominimin AC & Trace Minerals

Parsley

  • Considered a powerful disease fighting plant
  • Contains vitamins, such as vitamin K which is needed for blood clotting and bone health
  • Contains potent antioxidants such as flavonoids, carotenoids, and vitamin C
  • May help lower the risk of certain diseases such as lung cancer
  • Contains anticancer and antibacterial properties.

Parsley

Pine Bark Extract

  • Contains plant compounds called polyphenols which contain antioxidants, antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties
  • May aid in improving conditions such as heart disease, cancer, and neurodegenerative diseases
  • May support a healthy heart and cardiovascular system in several ways
  • May also support healthy brain function by preventing  damaged caused by oxidative stress 

Pine Bark Extract

Pomegranate Seed

  • Contains rich source of fiber
  • The key types of fiber in the seeds are lignin and cellulose, which are insoluble and pass through the digestive system and assist in feeding the good bacteria in the digestive tract
  • Contain rich source of antioxidants and include a unique fatty acid called punicic that may help reduce inflammation, improve insulin sensitivity and promote weight loss

Pomegranate Seed

Psyllium Husk Powder

  • Can assist in digestive health
  • Is a prebiotic that supports the probiotics grown in the gut
  • helps with healthy immune function

Psyllium Husk Powder

Raspberry

  • Can aid your body in losing weight and burning fat. 
  • Help cause the fat inside the cells to be broken down more efficiently. 
  • Stated to increase levels of a hormone that helps regulate metabolism called adiponectin.

Raspberry

Spinach

  • Includes many plant compounds that can improve health such as lutein, which aids in improving eye health
  • Includes quercetin, which aids in decreasing inflammation and warding off infection
  • Has been shown to improve oxidative stress, blood pressure and even help fight cancer

Spinach

Spirulina

  • Contains many different nutrients and antioxidants that may help benefit your health
  • Is a type of blue-green algae that is a good source of vitamin B1 (thiamine), B2 (riboflavin), B3 (niacin), copper, iron, omega-6 and omega 3 fatty acids
  • Has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties that can help protect the body from inflammation and free radicals

Spirulina

Tumeri

  • Contains a compound called curcumin that could aid in improving memory and overall mood
  • increases a brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) 
  • Curcumin is an antioxidant which means it can protect cells from damage caused by free radicals
  • Has anti-inflammatory properties by suppressing molecules known to play significant roles in inflammation
  • Has been studied in the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease and shown positive cognitive improvement

Turmeric

Velvet Bean Extract

  • Has antioxidant properties that work together with L-Dopa, a precursor to dopamine. It crosses the blood-brain barrier and helps to increase brain levels of dopamine, an essential neurotransmitter associated with mood and cognition
  • Aids in defending against oxidative damage from free radicals
  • Contains anti-tumor, anti-microbial, and antiprotozoal activity properties
  • Shown to have positive effects on mental health and stress response 
  • helps maintain homeostasis within the body

Velvet Bean Extract

Vitamin C

  • An essential micronutrient that is a potent antioxidant
  • Contributes to immune defense by supporting numerous cellular functions of both the innate and adaptive immune system
  • Supports epithelial barrier function against pathogens and protects the skin against environmental oxidative stress
  • Low amounts of vitamin C have been shown to increase your risks for infections.
  • May decrease the risk of catching a cold by up to 50%

Vitamin C

Vitamin D/D3

  • Plays a key role in the immune system by modulating the innate and adaptive immune responses of T and B cells
  • Similarly, to zinc, Vitamin D and its nuclear receptor (VDR) regulate intestinal barrier integrity and control adaptive immunity in the gut
  • Help reduce the risk of developing heart disease, the flu, depression and upper respiratory diseases
  • Helps your body absorb vital nutrients
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Vitamin D/D3

Vitamin K2

  • Plays an essential role in blood clotting 
  • Regulates calcium deposition meaning it promotes the calcification of bones while preventing the calcification of blood vessels and kidneys
  • Plays a role in calcium metabolism 
  • Associated with a reduced risk of heart disease, osteoporosis, and bone fractures

Vitamin K2

Wheat Grass

  • Contains several amino acids. 8 of the amino acids contained are essential because the body cannot produce them
  • Has many important antioxidants such as glutathione, vitamin C and E
  • Antioxidants fight free radicals and prevent damage to cells and decrease oxidative stress
  • May help decrease cholesterol, aid in regulating blood sugar levels, aid in weight loss and reduce inflammation

Wheat Grass

Zinc

  • An essential nutrient that the body uses to fight off infections and produce new cells
  • Vital for wound healing and creating DNA Zinc
  • Aids in protecting against oxidative damage to your immune cells and helps produce new immune cells
  • Has antioxidant properties
  • Aids in cellular repair
  • Reduces gut permeability, “leaky gut,” and mends the tight junctions of the intestinal lining

Zinc

Toxins

Toxins are dangerous for your body and can cause serious health problems. They can damage the cells in your body, making it harder for them to function properly. It’s important to avoid toxins as much as possible and make sure you’re getting rid of them regularly and be aware of the dangers of heavy metals and toxins and take steps to protect yourself from them.

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Aerosols

Sources: Hairsprays, Deodorants and air fresheners, Some paints, thinner, and correcting fluids, Cleaning fluids 

Symptoms: Confusion, Mood swings, Aggressive behavior, Breathing difficulties

Aerosols

Aluminum

Sources: Vaccines, Anti-perspirants and deodorants, Cigarette smoke, Some medications, Pesticides

Symptoms: Neurodegenerative diseases, Autism spectrum disorders, Developmental and Behavioral issues, Breast cancer

Aluminum

Antimony

Sources: Coal combustion, Manufacture of flame, retardants, Waste incineration, Glass manufacture, Coal combustion

Symptoms:Gastrointestinal issues, Respiratory irritation, Cardiotoxicity Pancreatitis, Reproductive problems

Antimony

Asbestos

Sources: Cigarette smoke, Automotive repair, Construction production, Building and equipment maintenance, Children’s toys  

Symptoms: Shortness of breath, Persistent cough or wheezing, Extreme fatigue, Pain in chest or shoulder, Lung injury & lung cancer

Asbestos

Altrazine

Sources: Herbicides, Drinking water

Symptoms: Tumors and reproductive tumors, Breast, ovarian, and uterine cancers, Interrupt hormone function, Birth defects

Altrazine

Arsenic

Sources: Conventionally raised poultry and eggs, Some food and beverages, Pesticides, fungicides and insecticides, Tobacco smoke

Symptoms: Abdominal pain, Dermatitis, Increased risk of liver/lung/skin cancers, Kidney and liver damage, Respiratory tract infection

Arsenic

Barium

Sources: Cigarette/tobacco smoke, Phosphate fertilizers, Insecticides, Soy baby formula

Symptoms: Abdominal pain, Gastrointestinal dysfunction, High blood pressure, Muscle weakness, Respiratory issues

Barium

Benzene

Sources: Cigarette smoke, Auto exhaust, Industrial emissions, Glues, paints, furniture wax, and detergents 

Symptoms: Drowsiness & dizziness, Rapid or irregular heartbeat, Headaches & confusion, Irritation of stomach

Benzene

Beryllium

Sources: Tobacco smoke, Air pollutions, Manufacture of plastics and household products, Recycling plants, Fertilizers

Symptoms: Arthritis, Fatigue, Magnesium and Vitamin D depletion, Lung cancer, Vital organ dysfunction

Beryllium

Bismuth

Sources: Cosmetics, Stomach remedies (Pepto Bismol), Occupational exposure, Electronic devices, Fertilizers 

Symptoms: Anemia, Diarrhea, Reduced metabolism, Sperm reduction and infertility

Bismuth

Black Mold

Sources: Inside walls, behind or on drywall, Around windows, In showers and bathtubs, Under sinks and inside cabinets, In basements and crawl spaces

Symptoms: Skin rash, Itchy, red, and watery eyes and itchy ears, Flu-like symptoms, Difficulty breathing and shortness of breath, Ongoing headaches

Black Mold

BPA

Sources: Polycarbonate plastics for food packaging, Plastic children’s toys, Canned foods, Toiletries & Menstrual products 

Symptoms: Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD), Early puberty in girls, Diabetes & Obesity, Infertility in men and women, Birth defects 

 

BPA

Cadmium

Sources: Cigarettes, Airborne industrial contaminants, Coffee and instant coffee, Fungicides, Phosphate fertilizers

Symptoms: Abdominal cramps, Flu-like symptoms, Fragile bones, Kidney damage

Cadmium

Cesium

Sources

  • Fukushima fallout
  • Contaminated fish and shellfish
  • Occupational exposure in the nuclear power industry
  • Radiation therapy for certain cancers

Symptoms

    • Chronic fatigue
    • Weakened heart
    • Gastro-intestinal anomalies
    • Chronic blood disorders
    • Malfunctioning thyroids

Cesium

Cadmium

Sources: Cigarettes, Airborne industrial contaminants, Coffee and instant coffee, Fungicides, Phosphate fertilizers

Symptoms: Abdominal cramps, Flu-like symptoms, Fragile bones, Kidney damage

 

Chloroform

Chromium

Sources: Cheese (American), Osyters, Tattoos, Tobacco smoke, Asbestos brake linings 

Symptoms: Allergies, Calcium deficiency, Fatigue, Kidney damage, Iron deficiency

Chromium

Cobalt

Sources: Radioactive solutions, Inhalation and contact exposure in hard metal industry, Tungsten carbide industry, Chemical production industries

Symptoms: Asthma, Eczema, Allergic vasculitis, Contact dermatitis, Jewelry reactions and intolerance

Cobalt

Copper

Sources: Birth control methods, Hormone replacement therapy (HRT), Fertilizers, Fungicides & insecticides, Industrial emissions

Symptoms: Developmental issues, Digestive disorders, Kidney and liver dysfunctions, Urinary tract infections, Yeast infections

Copper

DEET

Sources: Mosquito repellents 

Symptoms: Irritation, pain, and watery eyes, Skin irritation, redness, rash, and swelling, Upset stomach

DEET

Dioxin

Sources: Food such as meat, dairy products, and fish, Manufacture of pesticides, Cigarette smoking, Natural phenomena, such as volcanic activity and forest fires, Woman Sanitary Products 

Symptoms: Cancers, Reproductive & developmental problems, Interfere with hormones, Toxicity to liver, Diabetes

Dioxin

Flouride

Sources: VCertyain toothpastes and mouthwashes; water with fluoride

Symptoms: Abnormal taste in the mouth; eye irritation; abnormal levels of calcium and potassium in the blood; weakness

Flouride

Formaldehyde

Sources: Tobacco smoke, Foods or drinking liquids containing formaldehyde, Personal care products, Household products, Fertilizers and pesticides   

Symptoms: Exhaustion of lungs, Confusion & drowsiness, Muscle aches, Certain cancers

Formaldehyde

Gadolinium

Sources: Contrasting agent for MRIs, Water, Industrially for manufacturing electronics, Microwave, Radar technology 

Symptoms: Brain Fog, Bone and nerve pain, Changes in taste, Pins and needles, Lesions

Gadolinium

Gallium

Sources: Garden composts, Wastewater treatment sludge, Dark chocolate, Shellfish, Italian wines

Symptoms: Irritation of the nose & throat, Coughing & wheezing, Damage to liver & kidneys

Gallium

Glyphosate

Sources: Weed killers, Some processed foods and beverages, Pesticides and herbicides 

Symptoms: Abdominal cramps, Headaches and drowsiness, Irritation in mouth and throat, Low blood pressure, Kidney failure

Glyphosate

GMOs

Sources: Crops such as corn, soybeans, potatoes, cotton, canola, papayas, wheat, rice, zucchini, squash, beet and sugar beat, alfalfa, flax, and tomatoes, Yeast, enzymes, and hormones, Cloned meat 

Symptoms: Impairment of reproductive systems, Interference with immune function, Neurotoxicity, Certain types of cancer, Antibiotic resistance

GMOs

Graphene

Sources: Vaccines, Some mobile devices, Drug delivery methods, Some face masks, Cancer treatments 

Symptoms: Reproductive & Developmental problems, Liver and kidney injury, Lung granuloma formation, Decreased cell viability & cell apoptosis

Graphene

Lead

Sources: Children’s toys, Cigarette/tobacco smoke,  Pesticide residues, Water (city/well/tap), Liver & Kidney 

Symptoms: Cognitive dysfunction, Developmental and learning disabilities such as ADHD, Certain cancer, Liver & kidney dysfunction, Reproductive and menstrual issues

Lead

Phthalates

Sources: Children’s Toys, Personal care products, Food packaging, Some pharmaceuticals, Detergents 

Symptoms: Atopic dermatitis, Alter hormonal balance, Reproductive and development problems

Phthalates

PSAS.

Sources: Drinking water; manufacturing or chemical production facilities; some foods and food packaging; personal care products

Symptoms: Decreased fertility; developmental delays in children; increased risk of some cancers; interference with the body’s hormones

PSAS

VOC.

Sources: Aerosol sprays; Cleaners and disinfectants; Moth repellents and air fresheners; Pesticides

Symptoms: Damage to liver, kidney, and central nervous system; cancers in animals and humans; allergic skin reaction; fatigue and dizziness

VOC