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We source the freshest and best ingredients from around the world. Here’s a bit of info about the functional ones.


Widely used to draw out toxins.


Hippocrates, the father of modern medicine, was a BIG vinegar fan and used to treat all kinds of wounds and infections because of its’ antimicrobial properties. Luckily medicine has continued a strong advance and ACV is now used for its’ alkalising properties.
Do not use ACV to treat wounds or infections as Hippocrates did, not only will this fail to work but it will hurt like hell, go to your doctor!


The Greek God Apollo was a huge fan of beetroot, he and his followers considered it an aphrodisiac, and boy could that lot party!
These days we look to beetroot for its’ dietary fibre, vitamin C and high antioxidant levels… but hey, if the aphrodisiac thing works, full steam ahead!


For the Ancient Egyptian and Roman folk there wasn’t anything quite like cinnamon. Controlling the cultivation and trade of this spicy treasure was actually the motivation for Christopher Columbus’ voyage which lead to the discovery of the ‘New World’!
Nowadays we love it for it’s anti-inflammatory benefits and it’s ability to improve insulin resistance.


Flaxseed has been cultivated since the beginning of civilisation and its latin name, Linum Usitatissimum, literally translates to ‘very useful, which it is, being one of the richest plant sources of omega 3 fatty acid.
It’s also super high in fibre. Go you good thing!


Turmeric’s Chinese cousin, used medicinally in ancient (and modern) times to aid digestion, reduce nausea and help fight pesky bacteria invasions – colds and flus.


Medium Chain Triglycerides, derived from 100% coconut oil, are thought to increase cognitive focus, supercharge your energy and assist with weight loss thanks to our clever liver converting the MCTs into ketones.
Ketones allow our body to produce energy from good fats, rather than sugar and carbohydrates. Nifty!


Turns out Mum was doing breakfast right all along, oats are SO good for you! Oats are super high in fibre and keep us feeling fuller, for longer. Thanks, Mum!


The Spanish call these gems Pepitas, which very logically means ‘little seeds of squash’.
Many good things, like fibre, protein and magnesium show up in spades in these small packages.


Loved in India for thousands of years as a spice and medicinal herb, turmeric not only makes curry taste amazing but is thought to act as an anti-inflammatory and is high in antioxidants.
Hint: Turmeric is best buds with black pepper who sticks close and ensures your body can absorb the turmeric-y goodness.


Being 92% water it’s little wonder our summer fav is ultra hydrating, but the good times don’t stop there, it’s packing a whole bunch of antioxidants and vitamins A, B6 and C.