Ingredients Spotlight

The perfect formula can take us several years to develop. We are so proud of each and every ingredient that goes into our products that we profile one exceptional ingredient from each to explain why we chose it, where it originated, and how come it’s so good for you.
Slippery Elm Bark
(Ulmus rubra)
Slippery Elm is a tree that’s native to Canada and northern parts of the United States. It’s a natural prebiotic with amazing health benefits, and Native Americans and Inuits have been using it in medicines for centuries because of its anti-inflammatory effects. What’s wonderful about our Slippery Elm is that it’s sustainably sourced and doesn’t harm the living tree in any way, because only the bark is used for its healing qualities in treating intestinal issues.

A Slippery Elm tree can live up to 200 years in the wild and reach a height of 70 feet

Soothing and relieving

Slippery Elm Bark soothes the lining of the stomach and intestines when ingested. It’s also used in throat lozenges because it relieves irritation.

Nature's own remedy

Its name comes from the tree's gooey, slippery inner bark, which is where the slippery Elm's therapeutic qualities come from.

What's wonderful about our Slippery Elm
is that it's sustainably sourced and doesn't harm the living tree in any way, because only the bark is used for its healing qualities in treating intestinal issues.
Artesa® Chickpeas
(Cicer arietinum)

After searching the world for the finest chickpeas, we found them close to home in North America. These protein-packed legumes, known as Artesa® Chickpeas, have a silky-smooth texture, sweet taste, and pack as much protein potency as any meat or dairy-based alternative.
Grown on a sustainable farm and cultivated by a select group of trusted farmers, Artesa® Chickpeas are unlike any other chickpea out there.
NutriProtein / Supports Muscle, Metabolism & Weight Management
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Packed with protein

Chickpea protein supports bone, muscle, and skin health.

A healthy history

Chickpeas have been cultivated in the Middle East since about 8000 B.C.

Energy on demand

One cup of chickpeas provides almost one-third of an adult's daily protein needs.

Enzyme 365 / Supports Digestive Balance & Nutrient Absorption
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Pineapple Bromelain

The sun drenched shores of Costa Rica is where we discovered the most flavorful pineapples in the world. Bromelain, after all, comes from the vitamin packed stems of the pineapple plant.

Costa Rica

Costa Rica — with its lush rainforests, volcanos, beaches and tropical climate — produce the freshest, most potent, and most nutrient-packed bromelain available anywhere.

All the right nutrients

Thanks to Costa Rica's six active and 61 dormant volcanos, its soil is uncommonly rich in nutrients and minerals.

Great for your gut

Pineapples are packed with enzymes that aid digestion and support protein absorption.

Makes your smile shine

Pineapples are bursting with vitamin C, which strengthens teeth and protects against gingivitis.

Pineapple's popularity

Pineapples are the second most produced tropical fruit in the world, just behind mangos.

Lactobacillus gasseri BNR17

This potent probiotic strain has over 20 years of clinical research behind it. Studies have shown that it supports gut health and can even help to reduce waist and hip circumferences.

Scientifically proven
Derived from human breast milk, Lactobacillus gasseri BNR17 is just one of 14 powerful probiotic strains inside Synbiotic 365®. It’s also the strain we’re most proud to introduce to you.
Synbiotic 365® / Supports Gut Health & Weight Management
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The gut-brain axis

A healthy functioning gut has been shown to support mental health, mood and memory

Weight management

A recent clinical study found that Lactobacillus gasseri BNR17 helps reduce body weight, fat around organs, and body mass index (BMI).

Great for gut flora

Probiotics promote a healthy balance of gut bacteria, which helps with weight management and boosts the immune system.

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