Coconut Oil

There are endless ways to use it in the kitchen, such as sauteing, frying, baking—but it can also moisturize skin and deep-condition hair, too.

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Avocado Oil

With plenty of good fats a very high smoke point of about 400 degrees Fahrenheit, this cold-pressed avocado oil works for sauteing, baking, stir-frying, and more.

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Turmeric is that bright orange spice that you’ve seen in dishes like curry. There are currently 6,235 peer reviewed articles on the efficacy of its use in treating and reversing disease. 

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Chickpea Pasta

Swaps out traditional starches in favor of chickpea powder. Packs in twice the amount of protein and four times the amount of fiber per serving—with half the net carbs.


Almond Bar

Ingredients include almonds, pumpkin seeds, grass-fed collagen, coconut flakes, cocoa powder and nibs, and Himalayan pink salt.


Navitas Naturals Mulberries are akin to a dried fig in flavor and chewiness, and are known for their antioxidant power.


Each light and crispy chip is made with whole grains like brown and red rice flour and quinoa. Each serving offers fiber, protein, iron, and low sodium.

Fruit Bars

Each soft and chewy fruit bar delivers a tangy twist. Real fruit purées and juices without artificial sweeteners, flavors, or preservatives.


Collagen Peptides

Collagen peptides from grass-fed and pasture-raised cows. Blends well into your favorite smoothie (or any soup or sauce) to pack in extra nutrients. Supports healthy hair, skin, nails, joints and ligaments. Soluble and easily digestible.


Vanilla coconut flavor for taste. Collagen is known for supporting gut health and benefiting hair, skin, nails, joints, and ligaments. Primal Kitchen’s blend is packed with 20 grams of protein from pasture-raised cows.

Cacao Powder

Every spoonful is loaded with antioxidants (for cell protection), magnesium (for enhanced focus), and theobromine (for a mood boost). 

Hemp Milk

A great plant-based source of Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids. Plus, it offers a good amount of essential amino acids and vitamin D, just like traditional milk. 

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