Red Repair Superfood Blend

Code
00441980000166
Size:200g
R139.95
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Overview

  • Antioxidant Blend 
  • Powered by Beetroot, Blueberries, Baobab and Goji Berries

Description

Wellness Red Repair Superfood Blend is an Antioxidant Blend powered by Beetroot, Blueberries, Baobab and Goji Berries.

What are Antioxidants?

Oxidative stress is the gradual wear and tear that happens to the human body over time. It’s caused by tiny particles called reactive oxygen species, which originate both externally (in toxins like pollution and pesticides) and as a byproduct of our own internal bodily processes. Antioxidants have the ability to neutralise these molecules, and eating foods rich in antioxidants may help reduce oxidative stress.

Ingredients

Chia seeds, beetroot powder (16%), blueberry powder (14%), hemp seed powder (12%), pea protein powder (10%), black maca powder, baobab powder, goji berry powder (6%), carrot powder, yellow maca powder.

Warnings

Made in a facility that contains peanuts & tree nuts.

Directions

Add a heaped tablespoon to your favourite smoothie or sprinkle over your oats for a tasty addition to your healthy creation.

Dietary Summary

  • Gluten Free
  • Preservative Free
  • No Artificial Ingredients
  • Suitable For Vegan
  • No Added Sugar
 

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