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Nuts & Seeds
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Almonds – Organic$16.99Read more
A natural source of protein, fiber, and healthy fatty acids. Did you know that almonds are cousins to the peach, cherry, and apricot trees? And it is technically a seed, not a nut. But no matter how you shake it, they are a healthy addition to your diet.
Globe Trekker Trail Mix- Organic$11.99Read more
Our Globe Trekker Trail Mix is packed with essential proteins, good fats, and dietary fiber to keep you going strong! We’ve searched out the best foods from around the globe to bring you a nutrient-dense mix that will help power you on your next adventure. This trail mix includes Jungle Peanuts from Ecuador, White Mulberries …
Golden Berries – Organic$12.99Add to cart
Known as Incan Berries, Aztec Berries, Cape Gooseberries or ground cherries in different parts of the world, these tangy berries are a favorite among both children and adults. Though originally from Peru, Physalis peruviana grows in many parts of the world today, from South Africa to the United Kingdom to New Zealand. Golden berries are …
Hulled Hemp Seeds – Organic, Plant-Based Superfood Protein$11.99Read more
Also known as shelled hemp, hemp hearts, or hemp nuggets, hulled hemp seeds might just be the best tasting food on the planet! Soft and delicate with a creamy texture and a pleasant nut-like flavor similar to that of a pine nut or sunflower seed. Just one or two spoonfuls can transform any recipe into …
Organic Brazil Nuts
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Brazil nuts are nutritional powerhouses, providing healthy fats, antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals. They’re particularly high in selenium, a mineral with potent antioxidant properties. Eating Brazil nuts may reduce inflammation, support brain function, and improve your thyroid function and heart health.
Organic Chia Seeds Black (1lb)
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Despite their small size, chia seeds are full of important nutrients.
They are an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids, rich in antioxidants,
and they provide fiber, iron, and calcium. Omega-3 fatty acids help raise
HDL cholesterol,the “good” cholesterol that protects against heart attack