Peanuts contain one particularly potent antioxidant, resveratrol, which will help reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease, Alzheimer’s disease, and cancer. It’s a great source of vitamins, minerals and fiber. It’s not been exposed to pesticides and GMOs.
Pecans contain more than 19 vitamins and minerals – including vitamin A, vitamin E, folic acid, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, several B vitamins and zinc. One ounce of pecans provides 10 percent of the recommended Daily Value for fiber.
Chaga mushrooms contain beta-glucans, which are naturally occurring carbohydrates that can boost your immune defense. Researchers are beginning to explore the possibility that chaga mushrooms can prevent cancer or slow its growth. Chaga mushrooms are a rich source of antioxidants, which can prevent cell damage caused by free radicals or oxidative stress. Oxidative stress can cause cancer, as well as a number of other health problems.
Turkey Tail Mushroom
Turkey tail is a medicinal mushroom with an impressive range of benefits. It contains a variety of powerful antioxidants and other compounds that may help boost your immune system and even help fight certain cancers. Plus, turkey tail may improve gut bacteria balance, which can positively impact your immunity.
No Oils Added
Theres is absolutely no type of oils added in our nut butter because most of vegetable oils are high in an Omega-6 PUFA called linoleic acid, making them a highly inflammatory food. This is 100% nut butter!
0 sugar added. We only use 100% real, pure and organic monk fruit (no erythritol or other sugar alcohols). It’s also called “Buddah fruit” due to the numerous Buddhist temples surrounding the growing region, coining its name, “monk fruit.” They also nicknamed the fruit Lohan or Arhat fruit, which refers to someone who has achieved the highest level of consciousness or nirvana. Monks believed this fruit would bring long life, which is also why it’s also known as the “longevity fruit.”
Monk fruit extract is a natural, zero-calorie sweetener that’s high in compounds called mogrosides which are what give it its sweetness. The fruit itself contains natural sugar (fructose and glucose), but it’s not the natural sugars that are responsible for its sweetness. Monk fruit goes through a lengthy extraction process to draw out the sought-after sweetener. The process involves removing the seeds and skin of the fruit and crushing to extract the juice from the fresh fruit. It is then filtered and dried into a concentrated powder.
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