Superfoods are unique natural foods that are nutrient-rich and have specific health-promoting benefits. These include antioxidants, anti-inflammatory, immune enhancing, and disease fighting nutrients.  We choose superfoods that are an excellent source of nutrients such as folate, zinc, calcium, iron, magnesium, vitamin C, vitamin A, plant proteins, heart and brain healthy fats, fiber and more.


Açaí is a deep purple berry from a palm tree which grows in South America in the Amazonian Rain Forest! They are loaded with antioxidants along with fiber, healthy fatty acids, amino acids, electrolytes and B vitamins!

Cacao Nibs

Made from peeled and crushed cacao beans, cacao nibs are a pure, raw form of chocolate with a rich supply of magnesium and antioxidants.

Pumpkin Seeds

As one of the most abundant dietary sources of zinc and magnesium, pumpkin seeds should not be overlooked as a frequent addition to a healthy diet. They are known for their immune-boosting properties, making them an exceptionally high-quality superfood.

White Mulberries

Beyond their deliciously sweet flavor, Mulberries are packed with body-healing benefits, from improving digestive health, circulation, and improving overall metabolism. They also contain resveratrol, the anti-aging nutrient found in red wine.

Goji Berries

Raw, vine-ripened, and deliciously sweet, Goji berries are one of the most powerful antioxidant superfoods on the planet.Their abundant vitamin and mineral content makes them a unique source of antioxidants, vitamin C and A, and anti-inflammatory properties as well.


Cinnamon has so many health benefits! Cinnamon has been used as a medicine in traditional Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine for centuries. Known for its benefits linked to digestion and gastrointestinal complaints, cinnamon has long been used as a home remedy for heartburn, indigestion, and nausea. It also has anti-viral, anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties.

Bee Pollen

Bee pollen is an excellent source of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and enzyme. It is rich in flavonoids and phenolic acids, which are antioxidant compounds that inhibit the action of inflammatory enzymes in your body.

Wildflower Honey

The extraordinary health benefits of Wildflower Honey include its ability to increase your energy levels, suppress allergic reactions, prevent chronic diseases, and even improve the health of your skin too!

Chia Seeds

Chia, the Mayan word for strength, is a powerhouse superfood, loaded with healthy omega fats, protein, antioxidants, and dietary fiber. Chia seeds are a complete source of plant-based protein and contain a myriad of essential vitamins and minerals like calcium, magnesium, copper, niacin, and zinc.

Hemp Seeds

Hemp Seeds are one of the world’s most nutritious seeds and have often been called the perfect protein. Hemp is known as one of the best sources of highly absorbable plant protein, making hemp a true superfood. Hemp Seeds also contain all the essential amino acids and fatty acids necessary to maintain a healthy lifestyle.

Blue Spirulina

Spirulina is known for its abundance of b vitamins which can boost energy levels.  As spirulina contains chlorophyll, this helps to regularise the digestive system and promote healthy bacteria in the gut.


Shredded Coconut has all of the healthful benefits and nourishing fats of coconut oil with additional dietary fiber and protein.  They are delightfully delicious, naturally sweet and make a healthy nutritious topping.

Activated Charcoal

The activated charcoal we use in our Hocus Pocus bowl is food-grade charcoal powder.  It is made from steam activated coconut shell and is the finest powder available giving it a velvety smooth texture when mixed with water.  It is great for both internal or external use and helps with detoxification & digestion.

Mangosteen Powder

Hailed as “The Queen of Fruits”, mangosteen is one the world’s most extraordinary superfoods. Mangosteen powder contains both the alluring fruit and the incredibly antioxidant-rich pericarp.  Mangosteen is antioxidant-rich and may be one of the best superfoods to fight free radicals and heal damaged cells.


Cherries are low in calories and chock full of fiber, vitamins, minerals, nutrients, and other good-for-you ingredients. You’ll get vitamins C, A, and K. Each long-stemmed fruit delivers potassium, magnesium, and calcium too. They also bring antioxidants, like beta-carotene, and the essential nutrient choline.

Dark Chocolate

Dark chocolate is loaded with nutrients that can positively affect your health. Made from the seed of the cacao tree, it’s one of the best sources of antioxidants you can find. Chocolate is one of the few foods that taste awesome while providing significant health benefits.


Ginger is a flowering plant that originated in Southeast Asia. It’s among the healthiest (and most delicious) spices on the planet. Ginger is loaded with nutrients and bioactive compounds that have powerful benefits for your body and brain. It’s one of the very few superfoods actually worthy of that term.


Lemons contain a high amount of vitamin C, soluble fiber, and plant compounds that give them a number of health benefits. Not only are lemons a very healthy fruit, but they also have a distinct, pleasant taste and smell that make them a great addition to foods and drinks.


Spinach is a nutritious, leafy green. Spinach is extremely healthy and linked to numerous health benefits. It has been shown to improve oxidative stress, eye health, and blood pressure. If you’re interested in its health-boosting potential, spinach is an easy food to add to your diet!

Dragon Fruit

Dragon fruit contains prebiotics, which are foods that feed the healthy bacteria called probiotics in your gut. Having more prebiotics in your system can improve the balance of good to bad bacteria in your intestines. It’s naturally fat-free and high in fiber. It makes for a good snack because it can help keep you full for longer between meals. It can strengthen your immune system. Dragon fruit is high in vitamin C and other antioxidants, which are good for your immune system.

Beta Carotene (Vitamin A)

Beta Carotene is a compound that gives vivid yellow, orange, and red coloring to vegetables. The body converts Beta Carotene into vitamin A (retinol). Vitamin A, known as a vital nutrient for vision, plays a critical role in cell growth and in maintaining healthy organs like the heart, lungs, and kidneys. Beta Carotene, which gets its name from the Latin word for carrot, is an antioxidant that is extremely good for your eyes and skin.


Pomegranates can have up to three times more antioxidants than green tea or red wine. Antioxidants protect cells from damage, prevent diseases, reduce inflammation and reduce the effects of aging. In addition to antioxidants, Pomegranates are also rich in flavonoids, both of which are known to prevent free radicals from damaging your cells.


Like other fruits and berries, cranberries contain powerful phytochemicals that act as antioxidants, including vitamin C, vitamin E and quercetin. Antioxidants help to protect your body from cell damage due to free radicals. Free radicals contribute to the aging process and may also be risk factors for developing chronic diseases like cancer and heart disease.


Pumpkins offer vitamin C, beta carotene, vitamin E, iron, and folate — all of which strengthen your immune system. More pumpkin in your diet can help your immune cells work better to ward off germs and speed healing when you get a wound.