Beloved by the Incas, lucuma is a super-nutritious Peruvian fruit. It looks like an avocado and is nicknamed the “yolk fruit” because of its texture, which is like a hard-boiled egg yolk.

A low glycemic sweetener, lucuma can be added to smoothies and desserts, adding creaminess, and a sweet maple-like taste.

  • rich in beta carotene, iron, zinc, vitamin B3, calcium, and protein
  • great for skin health and digestion
  • supports normal blood sugar
  • supports cardiovascular health




A thorny plant that grows in dry desert areas, mesquite powder comes from the ground up pods of the mesquite plant and was an important food source for Native Americans.

A low glycemic sweetener, it has a caramel-nutty taste and can be added to baked goods, smoothies, desserts etc.

  • rich in calcium, potassium, zinc, fiber, iron, and protein
  • stabilizes blood sugar levels



Believed to have been a staple food of the Aztecs, spirulina is a blue-green algae grown all around the world and considered one of the most nutrient-dense foods on the planet.

Intense in flavour, it is one of the most researched and talked about superfoods today due to its amazing nutritional profile.

  • Rich in protein (60% protein), vitamins A, K1, K2, B12, iron, manganese and chromium
  • Rich source of health-giving phytonutrients such as carotenoids, GLA, SOD and phycocyanin
  • Supports cellular health, and increased production of stem cells
  • Lowers blood pressure
  • Detoxes heavy metals
  • Supports cardiovascular, eye and brain health