Organic Pre-Workout Powder
Apples are not only naturally fresh and delicious, but also rich in phytochemical antioxidants, including quercetin and phloridzin, and have been found in laboratory conditions to slow the spread of cancer cells and even lower cholesterol!
Organic Beetroot Juice
Beets don't kill our vibe (it's quite the opposite actually). The naturally occurring nitrates in this root are great for increasing blood flow and lowering blood pressure. They're also high in vitamin C, fiber, and essential minerals like potassium.
Coconut and coconut oil is all the rage these days, and for good reason: it contains Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCTs), which are fatty acids that assist in the metabolic process.
Organic Cordycep Mushroom
Used in herbal medicine for centuries, this mushroom is best known for its incredible energy boosting abilities while its anti-inflammatory and antispasmodic properties make it great for improving heart health. Another fun fact? Studies have also shown cordycep to significantly improve kidney health making it fantastic for detoxification.
Cranberries are rich in flavanoids, vitamin C, phytonutrients and antioxidants. Studies have even shown the proanthocyanidins in cranberries can inhibit the growth of cancer cells.
Organic Eleuthero Root
As one of the most widely researched herbs, Eluthero has been studied for its many benefits that include: boosting the immune system, increasing blood-flow to the brain, reducing fatigue and lowering blood pressure and cholesterol.  Being an adaptogen, it's also highly effective in relieving stress and has been shown to increase flexibility and functionality of joints due to its anti-inflammatory properties.
This powerful antioxidant (hello youthful skin!) has been studied for its ability to reduce blood sugar levels,  cravings, stress and anxiety. This over-achieving super plant has also been studied for its effectiveness in increasing sexual potency, easing menstrual discomfort and preventing hair loss.
Organic Green Coffee Bean
Most of us know coffee to be a great source of energy due to being high in caffeine, however, these unroasted beans also contain chlorogenic acid which has been studied for its ability to aid in weight loss. 
Brassica oleracea var. sabellica
Kale is a great detoxifier, and helps to regulate blood glucose levels. It's also an excellent source of protein and essential vitamins.
Monk Fruit has been used for centuries in traditional eastern medicine for its high antioxidant properties and for its naturally occurring sweetness - a great sugarfree alternative, and no stevia aftertaste!
The sustainable way to get protein! Pea crops provide soil with important nutrients, and maintain a high protein and fiber content.
A great source of Vitamins C and K, pomegranate is fibrous berry that is also super-high in antioxidants, showing antioxidant activity three times higher than that of green tea. Yum!
Rubus idaeus L.
Apart from their delicious tangy flavor, raspberries are known for their Vitamin C, micronutrients and dietary fiber. Though few studies have been done in humans, in laboratory conditions red raspberry extract can reduce risk of metabolic and cardiovascular disease.
Looks like Mom knew what she was talking about! Spinach is one of the most nutritious plants out there, being high in Vitamins A, C and K1, as well as antioxidants. Strong to the Finich!
Organic Yerba Mate
The herb Yerba Mate contains the stimulating compounds theobromine and caffeine, known to increase energy levels as well as improve focus without the jittery side effects. Caffeine has also been shown to improve muscle contractions, reduce fatigue and improve sports performance by up to 5%. One study showed men and women given one 1-gram capsule of yerba mate right before moderate-intensity exercise burned 24% more fat than those who weren't given Yerba Mate.
Tapioca is a starch extracted from the Cassava root, native to South America. It is used in a wide array of South American and Asian cooking, but it is also a good prebiotic, being naturally high in dietary fiber.