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– Berries

– Energy Bars

– Ezekiel bread

– Buckwheat

– Millet 

– Whole-grain corn

– Figs

– Squash



– Avocado

– Flax Seed

– Almond butter

– Almonds

– Walnuts

– Pistachios

– Cashews 

– Chia seeds

– Coconut Oil 

– Canola oil

– Flaxseed oil

– Sesame oil

– Goat Cheese

FRUIT (all fruit is good but these are what we use most!)

Grapefruit (natural fat burner)

Kiwi (may assist in the development of bones, teeth, gums and cartilage due to their high volume of vitamin C)

Cranberries (may help treat and prevent urinary tract infections as well as prevent kidney stones)

Blueberries (may help reduce the risk of developing age related diseases such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s)

Cherries (contains antioxidants that may help reduce inflammation)

Pineapple (contains the natural enzyme bromelain which breaks down protein and aids digestion) 

Strawberries (contain many anti-inflammatory antioxidants) 

Watermelon (over 90% water so it is great for weight loss)

Blackberries (contains the antioxidant anthocyanin which may help reduce the risk of cancer and stroke)

Grapes (contain the antioxidant resveratrol which may reduce blood pressure and help prevent heart disease)

Raspberries (contain high amounts of ellagic acid which may help prevent cervical cancer)

Peach (can help strengthen the immune system and fight infections die to their high amounts of vitamin A)

Apples (contain flavonoids which may help lower the chance of developing asthma and diabetes)

Avocado (may help lower cholesterol due to their healthy monounsaturated fats)

Banana (the potassium helps with bloating and water retention)

Figs (high in fiber)


VEGGIES (all veggies are good but these are what we use most!)

Spinach (packed with vitamins that may help prevent colon cancer, heart disease, osteoporosis and arthritis)

Brussel Sprouts (high in vitamins K and C as well as a rich source of fiber)

Broccoli (great for boosting your immune system due to its high levels of vitamin C and folate)

Carrots (packed with vitamin C which may protect your cardiovascular system. Also loaded with nutrients that may help protect your skin, eyes, and hair)

Sweet potato (give you energy and help regulate your digestive system with their high amounts of fiber and iron)

Green, yellow, red bell peppers (contains high amounts of lycopene and folic acid and may help prevent lung and colon cancer)

Squash (rich in anti-inflammatory nutrients, potassium, magnesium and fiber)

Onions (high in folate as well as vitamin C, may help prevent osteoporosis due to its high amounts of a peptide called GPCS)

Celery (may protect against inflammation in the digestive tract) 

Zucchini (high amounts of fiber, magnesium, and folate which helps your digestion and metabolism) 

Asparagus (packed with nutrients that may help clear of body of free radicals and acts as a natural diuretic)

Romaine heart lettuce (excellent source of vitamin A and dietary fiber)

Cucumber (great source of B vitamins which give you energy)



– Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk

– Coconut Milk



– Mrs Dash Seasonings ( these are all salt free!) 

– Mrs Dash Marinade 

– Sea Salt

– Fresh Garlic

– Fresh Herbs

– Lemons

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