- Highly concentrated nutrient-rich ‘green’ foods
- An excellent source of soluble plant-based Fibre (30% of an adults RDI) and prebiotic, to support gut health
- A good source of Vitamin B12 (34% of an adults RDI) for blood, energy and immunity
- Contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue
- A good source of Omega-3 fatty acids
- A source of Protein, necessary for tissue building and repair
- A source of Zinc (12% of an adults RDI), Magnesium (14% of an adults RDI) and ), to boost energy and stamina
- Contributes to healthy bones and teeth
Designed to provide core nutrients and antioxidants, Cleanse provides a source of soluble plant-based fibre and prebiotic, to support healthy intestinal bacteria and gut health.
Wheatgrass, Spinach, Kale and Spirulina promote alkalinity and delivers the green punch of iron, zinc and magnesium, as well as antioxidants such as lutein and zeaxanthin (for eye health).
Cleanse is also a good source of Vitamin B12 for blood, energy and immunity, providing 34% of an adults RDI (as set by the Australian National Health and Medical Research Council)
As B12 plays a crucial role in our nervous system, the production of red blood cells, digestion and brain function, it helps to prevent anaemia and helps to enhance mood and energy levels. Great for physical and mental health!
Jerusalem Artichoke Inulin Powder
A source of soluble fibre and prebiotic, which promotes digestive health and keeps you full for longer. An excellent source of fibre (92g per 100g), and supports bowel health and a healthy gut.
Naturally rich in dietary fibre, Maca Powder is a nutrient dense wholefood, known for its energising and nourishing properties. Gluten free, dairy free and high in protein, Maca is a great daily dietary addition for vegans. Being rich in amino acids and minerals, Maca is a great ingredient to add to post workout smoothies for enhanced recovery and performance. This energising wholefood is also said to improve concentration and alertness.
Made from premium Organic Apple puree that has been dried using a low temperature drying process to preserve nutrients. Apples are one of the best sources of Vitamin E, which improves the endurance and stamina of all muscles and nerves. Apples are also a very good source of Biotin and Folic Acid (B group vitamins), promoting a clean digestive system and a healthy appetite. The combination of Vitamin A and C provided by Apples assists to protect from colds.
Originating from Mexico, Chia is a plant of the mint family. With significant levels of antioxidants, the oil from chia seeds contains a very high concentration of Omega 3 fatty acids, and is also an excellent source of dietary fibre. Rich in vitamins A, B, E and D, chia seeds are contain the minerals calcium, phosphorus, magnesium and manganese.
Hemp seeds provide a great source of high quality plant-based protein, a complete amino acid profile and are also rich in fibre and naturally free from gluten. They are also a good source of magnesium, necessary for normal electrolyte balance and muscle function.
Psyllium husk is a white fibrous material derived from the outer coating of the psyllium seed. It is considered pure dietary fibre and promotes a healthy colon and regular laxation.
A potent source of iron, which helps the body shuttle oxygen around the body and transport nutrients through the blood stream to organs and muscles. The dark green colour shows how high it is in chlorophyll, nature's potent tissue repair agent.
Well known as one of the original superfoods for its multi-nutrient profile and alkalising and detoxifying properties.
Known to contain antioxidants, such as beta-carotene, lutein and zeaxanthin (beneficial to eye health). Minerals such as calcium, iron and magnesium are also found within the leaf, as well as being naturally high in Vitamin A.
A certified organic ingredient made from the whole leaf, to maximise its nutrient content. It’s a source of dietary fibre, phytochemicals and contains iron and vitamin K.
How to Enjoy
Blend 2 tablespoons (20g) into 200mls of coconut water, juice or blend into smoothies. We love adding Cleanse into one cup of coconut water, along with half a frozen banana or mango to create nutrient-dense smoothies. Alternatively, add to bliss balls or raw treats for that extra superfood hit!
Check out our other recipes on the blog to incorporate Cleanse Superfood booster blend.