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Flax / Flax Meal

A unique blend of omega-3 fats, nutrients, and dietary fibre, flax meal is not only delicious but proven to reduce cancer and disease risks. A critical part of many plant-based diets, flax is most known for containing lignans – a very powerful antioxidant.

Coconut Flour

A fruit unlike any other, coconut flour is high in many minerals like manganese that’s essential to bone health and metabolizing macronutrients. As well, it’s a great alternative for those who are allergic or sensitive to nuts.


A complete protein, eggs are nutrient rich and are a great source of amino acids. Also extremely important for thyroid health, they contain many minerals that are hard to replace with other foods.

Pumpkin Seeds

Filled with omega-6 fats, magnesium, and zinc, pumpkin seeds are not only delicious but loaded with antioxidants. Also associated with a reduced risk for many cancers, they are a great general health booster.


When ground, almonds become a flour that provides many health benefits, including lowering cholesterol and reducing the risk of heart disease. They also have a rich nutritional profile including vitamin E, manganese, magnesium, and biotin.

Chia Seeds

Chia seeds may be small, but they pack a huge nutritional punch. Filled will omega-3 fats, protein, and magnesium, as well as many other vitamins and minerals, they are also loaded with antioxidants.

Psyllium Husk

Widely praised for its ability to enhance digestive health, psyllium husk can also assist with managing cholesterol and blood sugar levels. And because it’s filled with fibre, it keeps you full while keeping carbs low.

Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Rich in flavour, omega-6 fats, and antioxidants, olive oil is a dietary staple for many because of its powerful health benefits. It can help reduce blood pressure and the risk of heart disease.