As a creamy smooth, non-dairy alternative, Superhero has become our most evolved piece of nutritional artistry yet. Boasting over 14 ingredients designed to feed your brain all day, this satisfying solution to hunger does so much more for you than provide superior taste. Dried fruits, a collection of nut and seed superpowers, and secret blends of magically rare powders culminate to revive the post-workout body or to simply (and healthily) replace a meal. One sip and you’ll experience how amazing whole foods can taste. 

Almond milk has become the non-dairy darling of the beverage world for its great neutral taste, but that’s not all it’s good for. Almonds are also bursting with Biotin and Vitamin E known to beautify your hair, skin, and nails. 

Found Brazil, Bolivia, and Peru, these tropical tree nuts are also known as “cream-nut” due to their rich taste, and have been attributed as the survival food staple of the famously rugged Amazonian people. With exceptionally high levels of selenium, only a couple nuts per day provide all the cofactor you need to gain from its preventative effects against heart disease, liver cirrhosis, and certain cancers. 

Used for many moons as an herbal medicinal, dandelion tea is known to decrease swelling. Often used as a gentle diuretic, we include it here to balance the breakdown of fats and toxins in the liver, and to assist your organs with their blood cleansing duties. 

Rich in soluble fiber, dried apricots provide a plant gel specially designed to bind with excess fats and remove them from the body efficiently. Also a significant source of iron, they not only work to prevent clogging of the arteries, they also boost your red blood cells’ ability to attract oxygen. 

Maximize your cold-fighting zinc mineral powers with pumpkin seeds. Not only do they provide high levels of the minerals manganese, phosphorus, magnesium, and copper, they boast a range of Vitamin E in five different antioxidant forms.

Dates are awesomely sweet sources of pectin fiber to help you lose weight without feeling deprived. Also a delicious source of high potassium, they act as an electrolyte to assist the recovery of your smooth muscle fibers after strenuous activity. 

In walnuts, the phenols are phenomenal. Phenolic acids give these nuts their hearty aromatic taste and also provide your body with specialized plant antioxidants designed to easily absorb into your intestinal tract for maximum potency. 

Dating back to Mayan and Aztec ancient societies, chia are an edible desert seed known to curb the appetite and provide an unusually high concentration of protein, fat, fiber, carbs, minerals, and vitamins within an extremely low calorie count. This cute little seed does a lot for the body.

As nature’s most beautifully showcased food source, the sunflower seed reigns supreme as a concentrated provider of Vitamins E, lots of minerals, and all the B’s (B-1, B6, B3, and folate). High in naturally occurring phytosterols, they protect the cardiovascular system and offer bone protecting magnesium levels.

The powder of these gorgeous East Asian fungi are one of the oldest substances in Chinese medicine and have been used for over 2,000 years to treat the body with their divine powers. They contain the rare ganoderic acid shown to have antibacterial and antiviral properties, and may also inhibit tumor growth.

Grown in the high plateaus of the Andes in Peru, this relative of the radish helps boost the libido and enhance your palate with its hint of butterscotch taste.

One of the many benefits of the herb cordyceps is its ability to dilate the lung’s airways, providing more oxygen to the blood.  Every cell is enriched and energy levels and functionality of the body’s cells are improved.  Cordyceps has, thus, been used to improve functioning of the respiratory system and to strengthn the body’s immune system.  Because this herb contains powerful antioxidants, it is often promoted in Chinese medicine for its anti-aging properties, and is prized among athletes for stimulating athletic performance, overall stamina, and overall immune response.

Maple syrup isn’t justa natural sweetener.  It contains polyphenols, antioxidantsthat reduce inflammation.  The sucrose and glucose found in maple syrup can also provide a powerful all natural boost to athletes who rely on carbohydrates for energy during training.  Instead of consuming refined sugars and high fructose corn syrup (found in many sports drinks), athletes can opt for the all-natural boost of maple syrup.  Now that’s sweet news.

The saturated fat encased in coconut cream is not to be confused with animal saturated fats which we have all been warned to stay away from.  The saturated vegetable fats in coconut cream are actually healthy good fats that our bodies can easily metabolize and turn into energy fast, without raising blood cholesterol and weight gain.  The principal saturated fat in coconut cream is lauric acid – the same type of saturated fat found in human breast milk, which the medical community encourages mothers to feed their infants because of the supernutrients it contains.  The properties it contains boosts your immune system and are anti-carcinogenic and anti-pathogenic.  Furthermore, they improve your digestion and bowel function.  Never knew coconut cream could be so beneficial to your health, right?