- Certified Organic
- Gluten Free
- Dairy Free
- Suitable For Vegan
- No Added Sugar
- GE/GMO Free Ingredients
Soaring Free Organic Raw Cacao Powder 200g
- Ecuadorian chocolate powder
- Certified organic
- Suitable for vegans
Raw cacao has a rich history amongst ancient Central American cultures. Associated with nobility and abundance, cacao was known as 'the food of gods' or 'black gold' and traded as currency. All chocolate comes from cacao beans, which is the nut of the cacao fruit. Raw chocolate is one of the highest antioxidant foods known and is a rich source of magnesium and mood enhancing brain-chemicals including PEA, anandamide, serotonin and dopamine. Most cacao products are roasted at high temperatures and then refined through machinery using high heat. Soaring Free Superfoods raw cacao products are carefully dried and cold processed ensuring truly raw cacao that keeps the delicate nutrients intact.
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Whole fruit vitamin C for the entire family!
By now, most people recognise the importance of vitamin C to support our immune systems. However, often vitamin C alone does not cover all our immunity needs. In contrast, whole fruit formula contains phytochemicals and other nutritional cofactors such as rutin, bioflavonoids, tyrosinase, ascorbinogen, ascorbic acid and more. These phytochemicals have the synergistic effect of exchanging vitamin C, which means you can take a lower dose with the same great benefits.
Citrus C liquid, a whole fruit extract from oranges, lemons, and baobab, is made using a propriety extract technology that does not affect the plant's phytochemical structure. The formula contains fulvic acid and is in a liposomal base for improved absorption. Furthermore, citrus C includes the soluble fibre present in whole fruit, which means that it is prebiotic and great for gut health.
Getting your daily dose of vitamin C to support your immune system has never been easier. Take citrus C liquid as a supplement or include it in your favourite smoothie!
PS: Remember that herbal supplements may interact with medication, and that it's essential to check with your doctor before taking any supplements (rather than merely self-diagnosing and prescribing).