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INGREDIENT GLOSSARY
“nutrition is the essential key to living
a long, healthy, joyful life. so start
each day with the delicious
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- Mark Stevens, trévo founder and ceo
THE SEARCH IS OVER. WE’VE DISCOVERED THE SECRET OF WELLNESS!

Deep in the dense jungles of the Amazon Rainforest, in the remote valleys nestled in the shadow
of Tibet’s Himalayan Mountains, in the depths of crystal-blue oceans and in a multitude of other
exotic and far-flung locales around the globe, nature has provided an awe-inspiring wealth of
nutraceuticals. Applying the nutraceutical knowledge gained during our global research, Trévo has
created a one-of-a-kind blend of 174 of the finest and most astonishing ingredients that nature has
to offer, gathered from the far reaches of the globe, providing your family with a quick, delicious,
easy way to restore, renew and revive your bodies.

In a world of sugar-filled juices and caffeine-saturated energy drinks, Trévo stands alone as a
complete health system in one bottle. Trévo’s revolutionary formula includes essential vitamins and
minerals, powerful antioxidants, amino acids, essential fatty acids, vital trace minerals, digestive
enzymes and more. The sources of the life-giving nutrients come from around the globe and include
phytonutrients from familiar gardens as well as exotic fruits, green superfoods, garden vegetables,
sea vegetables, herbs and coral calcium complex. These natural ingredients contribute to an overall
healthy lifestyle for you and your family.

Imagine having energy to spare, enhanced mental focus, vibrant good health and a wonderful sense
of well-being. That is what we call the power of wellness and that is the revolutionary
power of Trévo!

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TRÉVO SUPPORTS THE MAINTENANCE OF

mental focus & cognition immune system health

weight management circulatory system health

heart health (cardiovascular) eye health

cellular health bone & joint health

digestive & gastrointestinal health blood pressure health

nervous system health

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ACAI BERRY ACEROLA CHERRY ALFALFA GRASS
What it is: A grape-like, reddish-purple fruit What it is: A bright red cherry-like fruit. The What it is: A perennial herb that can
that grows on the acai palm tree. The acai acerola cherry is possibly the richest source grow up to a meter in height and provides
berry is a relative of the blueberry, cranberry of vitamin C among fruits, containing 65 times beta-carotene and vitamins C, E and K. Alfalfa
and other dark reddish fruits. more vitamin C than an orange. It is also is a member of the pea family and looks
an excellent source of vitamin A, vitamin B, similar to a clover but with small clusters of
Where to find it: The acai palm tree is native calcium, magnesium, folate, potassium purple flowers. The word “alfalfa” comes from
to Central and South America. The berries and phosphorous. the Arabic phrase, al-fac-facah, meaning
often grow in the Amazon rainforest. “father of all foods.”
Where to find it: Evergreen acerola trees
What it does: Some studies show that acai thrive in the warm climates of South Where to find it: Alfalfa was first cultivated
fruit pulp has a very high antioxidant America, Central America, California, Texas by the Greeks as early as 490 B.C., but has
capacity with even more antioxidant content and Florida. become an important forage crop in the
than cranberry, raspberry, blackberry, United States, Canada, Australia and the
strawberry or blueberry. Supports circulatory What it does: Supports immune system Middle East.
system health, immune system health and health, cellular health, eye health, heart health,
increased mental focus and energy. sense of well-being, mental focus, blood What it does: Supports digestive,
pressure health and longevity. gastrointestinal, kidney, liver, urinary tract and
heart health. It also keeps calcium inside the
bones and outside of the linings of arteries.

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ALPHA LIPOIC ACID AMALAKI APPLE
(ALA)
What it is: The amalaki tree bears a l What it is: An oval- or pear-shaped fruit with
What it is: A fatty acid that converts emon-sized fruit with a bitter taste. It is juicy pulp that has a mild, sweet but tart taste.
glucose (blood sugar) into energy. not usually eaten on its own, but is rather Its outer skin has different colors depending
prepared as part of a meal or condensed into upon the cultivar type.
Where to find it: Alpha lipoic acid is found supplement form. It is also known as amla
naturally in every cell of the body. and Indian gooseberry. Where to find it: The apple originated in the
mineral-rich mountain ranges of Kazakhstan
What it does: Recycles antioxidants such Where to find it: This small tree is native to and is now cultivated in many parts
as vitamin C and glutathione after they have tropical southeastern Asia, including of the world.
been used. Some people use ALA to help India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Malaysia and the
address diabetes, memory loss, chronic Mascarene Islands. What it does: Supports digestive,
fatigue syndrome, HIV/AIDS, cancer, liver gastrointestinal and heart health. Apples are
disease, diseases of the heart and blood What it does: Supports cellular health, also rich in vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium
vessels and Lyme disease. immune system health, energy, bone and joint and potassium.
health, healthy blood sugar levels, longevity,
healthy eyesight, digestive system health
and weight management. It has been used
for centuries as a potent rejuvenative for the
entire body.

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APRICOT ASHWAGANDHA ASPARAGUS
What it is: A pitted fruit containing a number What it is: Also known as Winter Cherry, What it is: A fleshy green, nutrient-dense
of potent antioxidants, such as vitamins C and ashwagandha is considered the “ginseng of vegetable that is high in folic acid and is a
A. Apricots are also rich in other antioxidants, Ayurvedic medicine.” It is a plant whose roots good source of potassium, fiber and vitamins
including polyphenolic antioxidants like and berries are used to make medicine. A, B6, C and E. It also contains useful
flavonoids. Diets rich in flavonoids and the amounts of calcium, magnesium and iodine.
other types of polyphenols found in apricots Where to find it: In the wild, ashwagandha It contains no fat or cholesterol and is
have been linked to the support of heart (Withania Somnifera) grows profusely in low in sodium.
health as well as other potential most areas of South Asia and many closely
health benefits. related Withania species occur as far away as Where to find it: Native to the seacoasts of
Northern Africa. Europe and eastern Asia, though it grows wild
Where to find it: Apricot trees grow in North in many areas around the world. It has been
and South America as well as New Zealand What it does: Numerous studies have found grown in Syria and Egypt since prehistoric
it to be a powerful antioxidant that reduces times and was cultivated by the Greeks and
What it does: Supports heart health, inflammation, treats tumors, decreases stress, Romans as well.
circulatory health, eye health, helps fight increases mental activity and invigorates
effects of premature aging, supports digestive the body. It has also been used to boost What it does: Supports cellular, digestive,
health, supports maintenance of healthy blood the immune system, improve memory and gastrointestinal, heart and immune
pressure and cholesterol levels. cognition, relieve anxiety and promote system health.
overall wellness.

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ASTRAGALUS BACOPA BANANA
What it is: Also known as huang qi or milk What it is: Also known as brahmi, bacopa What it is: A sweet fruit with firm and creamy
vetch, the astragalus root comes from a type is a flower-like plant that has been used in flesh, prepackaged in its own yellow jackets
of bean or legume that has been used in traditional Indian medicine, specifically in and available for harvest throughout the year.
traditional Chinese medicine for centuries. Ayurveda. Bacopa extract is often referred Bananas contain no fat, sodium or cholesterol
to as a “brain tonic” because it can support and are a great source of potassium, vitamin
Where to find it: Northern China memory function. B6, vitamin C and magnesium.
and Mongolia.
Where to find it: Commonly grows in marshy Where to find it: Tropical regions including
What it does: Supports immune system areas throughout India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras
health and heart health. China, Pakistan, Taiwan, and Vietnam. It and Panama.
is also found in Florida, Hawaii and other
southern states of the United States. What it does: Supports blood pressure, blood
cell and nervous system health. Its potassium
What it does: Supports mental focus, levels offer quick relief for muscle cramps.
cognition, memory, energy, sense of Bananas are also a great source of dietary
well-being, cellular health, digestive fiber, providing a glycemic index of only 52
system health, longevity and immune and 24 grams of available carbohydrate.
system health.

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BARLEY GRASS BEET BETAINE-HCL
What it is: The leaf portion of a barley What it is: A root crop with round red or gold What it is: Also known as hydrochloric acid
plant. It is high in calcium, iron, all essential flesh. Beets contain a wealth of both soluble (HCL) or stomach acid and helps with
amino acids, antioxidant vitamins C and E, and insoluble fiber, both of which play roles digestion by breaking up fats and proteins.
flavonoids, vitamin B12 and a number of in fighting fat. Beets are also rich in folic acid, Healthy stomach acid is needed for a healthy
enzymes and minerals. It is also recognized as calcium and iron. The leaves have been eaten digestive tract. If you have low stomach acid,
a green superfood. since before written history, but the beet root even the most nutrient-rich foods cannot be
was generally used medicinally and did not properly digested.
Where to find it: Barley is grown in become a popular food until French chefs
large-scale in Russia, Australia, Germany, recognized their potential in the 1800s. Where to find it: Typically created in
Turkey and North America. It originated near nutritional laboratories, this chemical
the Sea of Galilee and has grown in the Where to find it: Native to the Mediterranean. substance is often used as medicine.
Korean peninsula since 1500 B.C.
What it does: Supports heart health, immune What it does:: Supports digestive and
What it does: Supports digestive, system health, weight management and gastrointestinal system health.
gastrointestinal, heart, joint and bone health. women’s health. Rich source of antioxidants.

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BIOTIN BILBERRY BLADDERWRACK
What it is: A B vitamin that is required for What it is: A plant whose dried, ripe fruit What it is: A type of brown sea vegetable
healthy cell growth, the production of fatty is used to make medicine. The bilberry is a whose whole leaf is often used to
acids, metabolism of fats and proteins. It is close cousin to the blueberry, and contains make medicine.
also vital for healthy hair and skin, healthy impressive antioxidant properties. Bilberry is
sweat glands, nerve tissue and historically linked to eye health. Where to find it: Northern Atlantic and Pacific
bone marrow. coasts of the United States, northern Atlantic
Where to find it: North America, Europe and coast and Baltic coast of Europe.
Where to find it: Biotin occurs naturally in northern Asia.
many foods. Our bodies also recycle the What it does: Supports blood sugar health,
biotin consumed from foods. What it does: Supports eye health, central cholesterol health, joint and bone health, and
nervous system health, cholesterol health weight management.
What it does: Supports the health of the and heart health. It has been used for nearly
skin, nerves, digestive tract, metabolism, and 1,000 years in traditional European medicine.
cells. Biotin may also help to treat some types Contains resveratrol, which has been
of nerve pathology, such as the peripheral shown to support cardiovascular health and
neuropathy that can result from kidney failure neurological health as an anti-aging nutrient.
or diabetes.

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BLUE CORN BLUE GREEN BLUEBERRY
What it is: Corn containing a high level SPIRULINA What it is: The fruit of a shrub belonging to
of antioxidant-rich anthocyanins. The the same family as cranberry and bilberry.
anthocyanins are actually what give it a bluish What it is: A microscopic aquatic plant that Berries grow in clusters and range in color
hue. Contains about 30 percent more protein is often called nature’s perfect food because from blue to maroon to purple-black.
than the average hybrid corn, and is a source of its abundant nutritional profile. It is a rich Cultivated berries are usually mildly sweet,
of vitamins B3 and B6, pantothenic acid, source of protein, carotenoids, vitamins, while those that grow wild have a more tart
calcium, niacin, folate, magnesium minerals and essential fatty acids. and tangy flavor.
and potassium.
Where to find it: Discovered in South Where to find it: Native to North America but
Where to find it: Grows throughout Central America and Africa in natural alkaline lakes, have also enjoyed great popularity around
and South America. but can grow in areas with tropical weather, the world in cuisines from Asia to
strong sunshine, a pure water source and the Mediterranean.
What it does: Supports cellular, circulatory pollution-free environment.
and digestive system health as well as What it does: Rich source of antioxidants,
supports the maintenance of healthy blood What it does: Supports weight management supports cellular health, heart health, mental
sugar levels. and overall good health. focus/energy and urinary tract health.

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BORAGE SEED OIL BROCCOLI BRUSSELS SPROUTS
What it is: Borage is an annual plant that What it is: A close member of the cabbage What it is: A cruciferous vegetable kin to
produces dark, oil-rich seeds from which family that provides a complex of tastes and broccoli and cabbage in the Brassica family.
borage seed oil is derived. Borage seed oil textures, ranging from soft and flowery to Perfectly cooked Brussels sprouts have a
contains phospholipids, sterols and other fibrous and crunchy. Broccoli is rich in dozens crisp, dense texture and a slightly sweet,
active phyto-compounds which may have of nutrients, including vitamin C, vitamin A, bright and “green” taste. They are loaded with
immune system boosting properties. folic acid, calcium and fiber. It actually packs vitamin A, vitamin C, folic acid, potassium,
the most nutritional punch of any vegetable. calcium and fiber.
Where to find it: Originated in the Middle
East, but can now be grown in most areas. Where to find it: Native to Italy, but now Where to find it: Thought to be native to
grows throughout North America. Brussels, Belgium, which they are named
What it does: Supports heart health, after. They are now cultivated throughout
circulatory system health, healthy blood sugar What it does: Supports cellular health, eye Europe and the United States,
levels and immune system health. It may also health, heart health and immune especially California.
be of benefit to those suffering from eczema, system health.
stress, pain or inflammation. What it does: Supports healthy blood
sugar and cholesterol levels, cellular health,
digestive and gastrointestinal health and
heart health.

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BURDOCK CABBAGE CALCIUM
What it is: An herb root from a stout, What it is: A cruciferous vegetable What it is: A vital mineral that is required
handsome plant with large, wavy leaves and related to kale, broccoli, collards and Brussels for bone strength as well as key organs
round heads of purple flowers. It is a rich sprouts. The three major types of cabbage are and bodily functions such as heart and
source of copper, iron, manganese, sulfur, green, red and Savoy. It is a potent source of metabolism. Although it is one of the most
biotin, zinc, iron, amino acids, mucilage and vitamin C, fiber, potassium and essential minerals, only 21 percent of people
vitamins B1, B6, B12 and E. other nutrients. consume the recommended daily amount
of calcium. Trévo includes three different
Where to find it: Found in Europe and Asia. Where to find it: Originally grown in types of Calcium: Coral calcium, Calcium
Ancient Greek and Roman civilizations, carbonate and Calcium glycerophosphate.
What it does: Supports circulatory cabbage was held in high regard as capable
system health, digestive and of treating a host of health conditions. It later Where to find it: Sources include milk, yogurt,
gastrointestinal health, immune system health, spread across northern Europe into Germany, cheese, artichokes, all leafy green vegetables,
mental focus/energy and women’s health. It Poland and Russia and is now abundant in sardines, tofu, soy milk and sesame seeds.
also helps to detoxify tissue, which relieves Europe, Asia, and North America.
cleansing burdens from the kidneys and liver. What it does: Supports heart health, central
What it does: Supports cellular, digestive and nervous system health, joint and bone health,
gastrointestinal system health. weight management and women’s health.

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CANTALOUPE CAMU CAMU CARROT
What it is: Melon rich in vitamin A in the form What it is: A shrub whose fruit and leaves What it is: One of the most popular root
of carotenoids, as well as are sometimes used as a medicine. It is a rich vegetables in the United States, and a
antioxidant-rich vitamin C. It also provides source of potassium, amino acids, relative of parsley, anise, celery, parsnips,
vitamins B1, B3, B6, folate, vitamin K, vitamin C and flavonoids. fennel, caraway, cumin and dill. Carrots are an
potassium and magnesium. Cantaloupe excellent source of antioxidant compounds
contains more beta-carotene than Where to find it: Native to Peru, but also and the richest vegetable source of
alpha-carotene. But because it contains grows in the Amazon rainforests of Brazil, pro-vitamin A carotenes.
both of these carotenoids, it also contains Venezuela and Colombia.
both of their derivatives, including lutein and Where to find it: Originally cultivated in
zeaxanthinm nutrients critical for eye health. What it does: Supports cellular health, heart central Asian and Middle Eastern countries,
health, immune system health and mental but later brought to Europe and
Where to find it: Western United States and focus/energy. North America.
South America
What it does: Supports blood sugar health,
What it does: Supports eye health, heart cellular health, heart health and eye health,
health and kidney health. Helps support the especially night vision.
maintenance of healthy blood sugar levels.
Antioxidant content helps protect against
effects of premature aging.

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CAT’S CLAW CAULIFLOWER CHERRY
What it is: A natural extract of the inner bark What it is: A cruciferous vegetable that What it is: One of today’s hottest “super
of Uncaria tomentosa from which contains allicin, which provides powerful heart fruits,” cherries are small, dark red and
medicine is made. It has been used for health support, and selenium, a chemical that packed with antioxidants, as well as beta
hundreds of years by the Ashanica Indians. works well with vitamin C to strengthen the carotene, vitamin C, potassium and fiber.
immune system.
Where to find it: The Peruvian rainforest. Where to find it: Originates from the Caspian-
Where to find it: Originated in ancient Asia Black Sea region and Asia; now abundant
What it does: Supports digestive and Minor, then went through many throughout Europe and North America.
gastrointestinal system health, immune transformations and reappeared in the
system health, kidney health and joint and Mediterranean region. It later gained What it does: Supports blood sugar health,
bone health. popularity in France, the United States, Italy, cellular health, heart health, and joint and
India and China. bone health.

What it does: Supports cellular health,
cholesterol health, digestive and
gastrointestinal system health, heart health,
and immune system health.

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CHLORELLA CHOLINE BITARTRATE CHROMIUM PICOLINATE
What it is: A single-celled algae named from What it is: An essential nutrient involved in What it is: A naturally-occurring,
the high amount of chlorophyll it possesses many body functions, including brain plant-derived trace mineral that aids in
(more per gram than any other plant). function, memory and heart health. It has also glucose metabolism and helps support
been shown to be essential for proper brain healthy blood sugar levels. Considered an
Where to find it: Grown in fresh water, mostly development in infants and children. essential trace element because very small
in Japan and Taiwan. amounts of chromium are necessary for
Where to find it: Produced naturally in the human health. Discovered in France in the late
What it does: Supports blood sugar health, liver and is also found in foods such as fish, 1790s and, in the 1960s, was recognized as
digestive and gastrointestinal system health, nuts, beans, peas, spinach, wheat germ an important trace element.
and immune system health. and eggs.
Where to find it: Found in onions,
What it does: Supports heart health and tomatoes, potatoes and whole grains.
mental focus/energy. It has also sometimes
been used in connection with liver disease, What it does: Supports blood sugar health
depression, memory loss, Alzheimer’s, and weight management.
dementia, Huntington’s chorea, Tourette’s
disease, certain types of seizers
and schizophrenia.

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CO-ENZYME Q10 COPPER CORAL CALCIUM
What it is: A fat-soluble, vitamin-like What it is: A naturally-occurring, COMPLEX
substance found in every human cell. It is plant-derived trace mineral that is essential to
capable of regenerating other antioxidants red blood cell formation and connective What it is: Coral calcium complex is much
and provides important protection against tissue formation. more bio-available than other forms of
oxidative damage to DNA. Recent studies calcium. It contains an optimal mix of both
also show that CoQ10 is involved in human Where to find it: Found in many foods, major minerals and trace minerals and helps
cell signaling, metabolism and transport. particularly seafood, nuts, seeds, wheat bran support healthy muscle and nerve function
cereals, grain products and cocoa products. as well as balance pH levels in the body for
Where to find it: Your body produces CoQ10 better overall health.
naturally, and it is also found in spinach, What it does: Supports cellular and central
broccoli, cauliflower and legumes. nervous system health. It is also sometimes Where to find it: Coral calcium comes from
used in connection with wounds, fossilized coral, mostly from the pristine
What it does: Supports cellular and heart osteoarthritis and brittle bones. waters off the coast of Okinawa, Japan.
health. Co-enzymes help enzymes work to
digest food and perform other body What it does: Supports cellular health, heart
processes, and they help protect the heart health, immune system health, joint and bone
and skeletal muscles. health and women’s health.

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CRANBERRY DAIKON RADISH DULSE LEAF
What it is: A glossy, scarlet red, very tart What it is: White-f leshed radish with a very What it is: A sea vegetable treasured for
berry that belongs to the same genus as mild taste and low in calories. Raw daikon its high nutrient content. Sea vegetables,
the blueberry. Loaded with vitamin C and a is used throughout Japan to complement including the dulse leaf, offer the broadest
number of polyphenols (both of which are the taste of oily or raw foods and, more range of minerals of any food, containing
powerful antioxidants). importantly, to aid in their digestion. Used virtually all the minerals found in the
also in traditional Chinese medicine, it is ocean—the same minerals found in human
Where to find it: Northern Europe, considered a superfood due to its multiple blood. They are an excellent source of vitamin
northern Asia and North America. When health benefits. Contains high levels of vitamin K, folic acid, magnesium, iron and calcium.
cultivated, cranberries are grown on long C, phosphorus and potassium.
trailing vines atop great sandy bogs. Where to find it: The North Atlantic and
Where to find it: This root vegetable thrives in northwest Pacific Oceans.
What it does: Supports cholesterol health, Japan and throughout South Asia.
heart health and urinary tract health. What it does: Supports heart health, joint and
What it does: Supports digestive, bone bone health and weight management.
and cellular health. Also supports immune
system health, and may help support weight
management efforts. Its powerful antioxidants
help fight effects of premature aging.

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ECHINACEA EGGPLANT ELDERBERRY
What it is: Also known as the purple cone What it is: Vegetable distinguishable by its What it is: Berry of the elder tree, which
flower, Echinacea is an herb whose leaves, signature egg-like shape and vibrant purple grows up to 30 feet tall in wet or dry soil in a
flower and root are all used to make color. Rich in protein and vitamins C and sunny location. Contains flavonoids, which
medicine. The active constituents of B6. Eggplant also contains anthocyanins, have beneficial antioxidant properties.
Echinacea work together to increase the compounds that belong to a class of
body’s natural production of interferon. It also naturally-occurring phytochemicals known Where to find it: Europe, Africa and parts
has no known side effects. as flavonoids. of Asia, but has become widespread in the
United States.
Where to find it: Native to North America and Where to find it: Eggplants grow in a manner
used for traditional herbal remedies by the much like tomatoes, hanging from the vines of What it does: May help support and promote
Great Plains Indian tribes. a tall plant. Grown primarily in Europe and the nervous system health, gastrointestinal health,
United States. immune system health and increased energy.
What it does: Supports immune
system health. What it does: Supports heart health,
increased energy, cellular health and healthy
cognitive function. Also supports maintenance
of healthy blood pressure and blood sugar
levels. Supports weight management efforts.

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FIG FLAXSEED OIL FOLATE (FOLIC ACID)
What it is: Fruit from the Ficus tree, the fig What it is: Flaxseed is the seed from the plant What it is: The form of vitamin B naturally
is one of mankind’s oldest fruits. Although Linum usitatissiumum; its oil is sometimes found in foods. One of the most
considered a fruit, the fig is actually a used to make medicine. Flaxseed oil is rich well-researched areas of the benefits of folate
flower inverted into itself. Figs are rich in fiber, in alpha-linoleic acid (ALA), an Omega-3 concerns the proper development of a fetus; it
vitamin B6, pantothenic acid and potassium. essential fatty acid that offers powerful is critical to neural tube health in newborns.
support for heart health.
Where to find it: Western United States, Where to find it: Excellent sources of folate
Greece, Portugal and Spain. Where to find it: Native to the region include romaine lettuce, spinach, asparagus,
extending from the eastern Mediterranean to turnip greens, mustard greens, parsley, collard
What it does: Supports heart health, eye India, and extensively cultivated in greens, broccoli, cauliflower, beets and lentils.
health, cellular health and women’s health. ancient China and ancient Egypt.
Supports the maintenance of healthy blood What it does: Supports cellular health, heart
pressure and blood sugar levels. Helps What it does: Supports cholesterol health, heatlth, women’s health and DNA health.
support weight maintenance efforts. digestive and gastrointestinal health, heart
health and joint and bone health. Some
people also use flaxseed oil for constipation,
weight loss and in connection with breast
cancer and prostate cancer.

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GARLIC GINGER GLUCONO DELTA
What it is: A member of the Lily family and a What it is: Root or underground stem LACTONE
cousin to onions, leeks and chives. Garlic is (rhizome) of the ginger plant. This herb is
arranged in a head encased in a common ingredient in Asian and Indian What it is: A naturally occurring food additive
paper-like sheathes that can be white, cuisine and has been used for its medicinal used as a leavening agent. It often adds a
off-white or a pink/purple hue. Garlic has long properties for centuries among many cultures. tangy taste and is metabolized to sugar. It
been considered an herbal “wonder drug” is soluble in water, nontoxic and completely
because of its powerful antioxidant power. Where to find it: India, China and Nepal. metabolized in our bodies. It does not contain
lactose or gluten.
Where to find it: Native to central Asia, What it does: Supports gastrointestinal
Ancient Egyptians seem to have been the health; may be beneficial in promoting joint Where to find it: Found in honey, fruit juices
first to cultivate garlic. It is currently grown health, respiratory system health, and may and wine.
in China, South Korea, India, Spain and the even be helpful in supporting women’s health.
United States. What it does: Offers antioxidant benefits.
Can be combined with antimicrobials and
What it does: Supports blood pressure also functions as part of an effective natural
health, heart health and immune preservative system.
system health.

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GLYCINE GOJI FRUIT GOTU KOLA
What it is: A sweet-tasting, non-essential What it is: A bright orange-red berry known What it is: Herb that is commonly used in
amino acid that is an important factor in the as the “longevity fruit” because it contains Traditional Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine.
body’s manufacture of hormones responsible powerful antioxidants that help defend The above-ground parts are used to make
for a strong immune system. Glycine also against premature aging and fight free radical medicine. Traditionally used to calm nerves,
helps make DNA, skin proteins, collagen and damage. Goji berries contain more protein increase mental and physical power, and
phospholipids (which make cell membranes). than whole wheat, more beta carotene than enhance mental cognition and focus.
It helps the body absorb calcium and carrots, and 500 times more vitamin C by
supports nervous system health. weight than oranges. Goji berries are eaten Where to find it: India
raw, cooked or dried and are used in herbal
Where to find it: It is found in the protein of teas, juices, wines and medicines. What it does: Supports energy, longevity,
all living organisms. The primary sources are anti-aging, mental focus and memory,
protein-rich foods including meat, fish, dairy Where to find it: Native to China, but also sense of well-being, immune system health,
and legumes. found in Tibet and Mongolia. circulatory system health, heart health and
provides detoxification benefits.
What it does: Supports cellular health, central What it does: Supports cellular health,
nervous system health and immune digestive and gastrointestinal system health,
system health. heart health, immune system health, urinary
tract health, healthy blood pressure and blood
sugar levels and eye health.

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GRAPEFRUIT GRAPE SEED GRAPES
What it is: Citrus fruit that is low-calorie and EXTRACT What it is: There are about 60 species of
whose fruit, oil from the peel, and extracts grapes and literally thousands of grape
from the seed are used as medicine as well as What it is: Derived from red grape seeds and varieties. Table grapes are often larger in
nutrition. Grapefruit is a source of vitamin C, contains a vast array of antioxidants and other size, seedless and have relatively thin green,
fiber, potassium, pectin and other nutrients. health-giving ingredients such as protein, red or black skins. Grapes are rich sources
Some components may have antioxidant lipids, carbohydrates and polyphenols. of vitamins A, C, B6 and folate in addition
effects that might help protect cells to minerals like potassium, calcium, iron,
from damage. Where to find it: Used in traditional phosphorus, magnesium and selenium.
treatments in Europe for thousands of years.
Where to find it: United States, South Now abundant throughout Europe and Where to find it: Native to many parts of the
America, Australia. North America. world, including regions in Asia, Africa and
North America.
What it does: Helps fight effects of premature What it does: Supports cellular health,
aging. Supports healthy cholesterol, blood circulatory system health and heart health. What it does: Supports cellular health,
pressure, and blood sugar levels, supports longevity, anti-aging, heart health, digestive
cellular and cardiovascular health and may system health, energy, mental focus, eye
support healthy weight management efforts. health and immune system health.

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GREEN BEAN GREEN COFFEE BEAN GREEN TEA
(DECAFFEINATED)
What it is: Despite the name, green beans What it is: Coffee beans that have not yet
are not considered a bean at all in terms of been roasted. The roasting process of coffee
What it is: A type of tea made solely with the
nutrition. Green beans are harvested with beans reduces amounts of the chemical
leaves of Camellia sinensis and is a
their beans in a pod before they have had a chlorogenic acid. Therefore, green coffee
caffeine-free, antioxidant-packed
chance to mature. They are more nutritionally beans have a higher level of chlorogenic acid
nutritional powerhouse.
comparable to other pod vegetables, such compared to regular, roasted coffee beans.
as snap peas and okra. Green beans are
Where to find it: The tea plant is believed
a rich source of vitamins A, C and K and Where to find it: Africa and South America.
to have originated in the landmass
also contain folate, thiamin, riboflavin, iron,
encompassing Tibet, western China and
magnesium and potassium. What it does: Chlorogenic acid in green
northern India. Today, India ranks as the
coffee is thought to be beneficial for heart
number one producer of tea, with China, Sri
What it does: Supports heart health, health, healthy blood pressure and blood
Lanka, Kenya, Indonesia, Turkey, U.S.S.R.,
increased energy, cellular health and bone sugar levels, and may help support weight
Japan, Iran and Bangladesh being leading tea
health. Also supports healthy blood sugar maintenance efforts.
growing countries as well.
levels and weight management efforts.
What it does: Supports cellular health, heart
health, immune system health, joint and bone
health and weight management.

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HAWTHORN BERRY HONEYDEW IODINE
What it is: Hawthorn is a plant whose What it is: American name for the white What it is: An essential trace element that
leaves, berries and flowers are used to make Antibes, a variety of melon that was cultivated is vital for the body’s normal growth and
medicine and is a rich source of antioxidant in southern France and Algeria centuries ago. development. It supports healthy metabolic
bioflavonoids. Hawthorn is found in candied A wedge of honeydew provides more than rates and also plays an important role in
fruit slices, jam, jelly and wine. half the recommended daily allowance of maintaining optimum energy levels of
antioxidant-rich vitamin C. Also a good source the body.
Where to find it: The hawthorn berry bush is of vitamin B6 and potassium.
found in Europe, northern Africa and Where to find it: Sea vegetables are excellent
western Asia. Where to find it: Southern France, Algeria sources of iodine, as well as yogurt, cow’s
and the United States. milk, eggs, strawberries and
What it does: Supports blood pressure mozzarella cheese.
health, cholesterol health, circulatory system What it does: Helps protect against effects
health, digestive and gastrointestinal system of premature aging, supports cellular health, What it does: Supports cellular health,
health, and heart health. It is also sometimes heart health, helps support the maintenance immune system health, mental focus/energy
used to help relieve anxiety. of healthy blood pressure and may and weight management. It even helps to
increase energy. maintain healthy teeth, hair and nails.

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INOSITOL KALE KIWI FRUIT
What it is: A sugar related to glucose and a What it is: A leafy green vegetable that What it is: One of nature’s perfect foods: low
fundamental ingredient of cell membranes. provides an earthy flavor and more nutritional in calories, high in energy and an excellent
It is necessary for proper function of nerves, value for less calories than almost any source of antioxidants. Contains twice the
brain and muscles in the body and for helping other food. It is one of the best sources of vitamin C of an orange, more potassium
the cells in the body communicate with one beta carotene , a powerful antioxidant that than a banana, and is high in antioxidants.
another, a process known as cell signaling. helps support heart health and immune Excellent source of vitamin E, lutein,
Used with choline, inositol helps to metabolize system health, and possesses the important and magnesium.
fats and cholesterol in the arteries and liver. carotenoids lutein and zexanthin, which are
vital to eye health. It is also a potent source of Where to find it: Italy, New Zealand, Japan
Where to find it: It is found in many plants well-absorbed calcium. and the United States.
and can also be produced in a laboratory.
Where to find it: Kale is a descendent of What it does: Supports immune system
What it does: Supports cellular health, central the wild cabbage, a plant thought to have health, eye health, heart health, cellular
nervous system health, cholesterol health, originated in Asia Minor and to have been health, respiratory system health, and
heart health and mental focus/energy. It is brought to Europe around 600 B.C. by nervous system health. Also helps fight
also sometimes used in connection with Celtic wanderers. effects of premature aging, and supports the
psoriasis and the promotion of hair growth. maintenance of healthy blood pressure and
What it does: Supports eye health, heart
health, immune system health and cholesterol levels.
women’s health.

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KOREAN GINSENG L-ALANINE L-ARGININE
What it is: A plant whose root has been What it is: A non-essential amino acid used What it is: One of the 20 amino acids that
utilized as a health food for more than 2,000 by the body to build protein. It aids in and constitutes protein. It appears to be of
years around the world. In addition to its is required for the metabolism of glucose, a benefit in male fertility and aids in
health benefits, Korean ginseng has been simple carbohydrate that the body uses for liver detoxification.
shown to reduce the intensity of the body’s energy. It also appears to be of benefit in
response to stresses. supporting prostate health in men. Where to find it: Most foods contain amino
acids. They are abundant in meats as well as
Where to find it: Moist and shaded Where to find it: Most foods contain amino grains, nuts, seeds, beans and legumes.
mountainsides in China, Korea and Russia. acids. They are abundant in meats as well as
grains, nuts, seeds, beans and legumes. What it does: Supports digestive and
What it does: Supports blood sugar health, gastrointestinal system health, heart health,
cholesterol health, heart health, immune What it does: Supports blood sugar health, immune system health, men’s health and
system health and mental focus/energy. cellular health, men’s health and weight management.
mental focus/energy.

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L-ASPARTIC L-CYSTEINE L-GLUTAMIC ACID
What it is: An amino acid that is extremely What it is: An amino acid that plays an What it is: An amino acid that is actually fuel
beneficial in supporting increased stamina important role in the body’s detoxification used by the brain. It aids in the transportation
and helps fight chronic fatigue. Aspartic process and helps protect the liver from of potassium across the blood-brain barrier.
aids cell function and the function of RNA harmful toxins. It also aids in the production Additionally, glutamic acid is used to build
and DNA, as well as enhances production of of collagen and is remarkably beneficial in the proteins and is important in the metabolism of
immunoglobulins and antibodies. growth of strong nails, skin and hair. Cysteine sugars and fats.
is also a powerful antioxidant that offers
Where to find it: Most foods contain amino cardiovascular system support and promotes Where to find it: Naturally produced by the
acids. They are abundant in meats as well fat burning. human body, and most foods contain amino
as grains, nuts, seeds, beans and legumes. acids. They are abundant in meats as well as
Brussels sprouts are a particularly rich source Where to find it: Most foods contain amino grains, nuts, seeds, beans and legumes.
of the l-aspartic amino acid. acids. They are abundant in meats as well as
grains, nuts, seeds, beans and legumes. What it does: Supports blood sugar health
What it does: Supports cellular health, and mental focus/energy.
immune system health and mental What it does: Supports digestive and
focus/energy. gastrointestinal system health, heart health
and weight management.

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L-HISTIDINE L-ISOLEUCINE L-LEUCINE
What it is: An amino acid that is beneficial in What it is: An amino acid used in the What it is: One of the three amino acids
maintaining the myelin sheaths protecting the formation of hemoglobin. It enhances energy, useful in controlling a behavioral problem
body’s nerve cells. Additionally, it is needed increases endurance and aids in healing and known as Phenylketonuria (PKU). It also helps
for the production of both red and white blood repair of muscle tissue. change the way the body responds to trauma.
cells. Histidine provides powerful autoimmune
system support and it is used for the growth Where to find it: Found in many Where to find it: Found in nuts, brown rice
and repair of tissues. plant-based foods such as nut, seeds, and whole wheat bread products.
legumes and grains.
Where to find it: Most foods contain amino What it does: Supports mental focus/energy
acids. They are abundant in meats as well as What it does: Supports blood sugar health, and has many beneficial effects on sports
grains, nuts, seeds, beans and legumes. Rice, cellular health and mental focus/energy. performance. It helps preserve lean muscle
wheat and rye are particularly rich sources of tissue, supplies the body with energy when
the l-histidine amino acid. under stress, preserves muscle glycogen and
supports maintenance of nitrogen balance
What it does: Supports cellular health, during physical exertion.
central nervous system health, digestive and
gastrointestinal system health and immune
system health.

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L-LYSINE L-METHIONINE L-PROLINE
What it is: An amino acid that assists in What it is: An amino acid that is a powerful What it is: An amino acid that is essential for
building muscle mass as well as collagen antioxidant and is required for both nucleic the synthesis of collagen, the most abundant
formation and tissue repair. It is also used in acid formation and collagen formation. protein in mammals. Collagen is the main
the production of antibodies, hormones and Methionine helps protect the nervous system structural protein that constitutes all human
enzymes, and helps the body absorb calcium. and supports liver function. It is utilized in the connective tissues, including skin, tendons,
Lysine helps maintain proper nitrogen balance production of choline, a vital nutrient for ligaments, joints, bones, veins and arteries.
and supports improved concentration. the brain.
Where to find it: Most foods contain amino
Where to find it: Most foods contain amino Where to find it: Most foods contain amino acids. They are abundant in meats as well as
acids. They are abundant in meats as well as acids. They are abundant in meats as well as grains, nuts, seeds, beans and legumes.
grains, nuts, seeds, beans and legumes. grains, nuts, seeds, beans and legumes.
What it does: Supports cellular health and
What it does: Supports cellular health, What it does: Supports cellular health, joint and bone health.
immune system health, digestive and central nervous system health, digestive and
gastrointestinal system health, heart health gastrointestinal system health, heart health
and mental focus/energy. and mental focus/energy.

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L-SERINE L-THREONINE L-TYROSINE
What it is: An amino acid required for proper What it is: An amino acid that is important in What it is: An amino acid that helps with
metabolism of fats and fatty acids and also the formation of collagen and elastin. It helps normal functioning of the adrenal, thyroid and
used in the growth of muscle tissue. It helps prevent fatty acid buildup in the liver and pituitary glands. It also suppresses appetite
maintain a healthy immune system and aids maintains proper protein balance in the body. and reduces body fat. Tyrosine serves as a
in the production of immunoglobulins Threonine also supports immune system natural mood elevator and may be helpful in
and antibodies. health by aiding the production addressing chronic fatigue.
of antibodies.
Where to find it: Produced by the human Where to find it: The body produces tyrosine
body and, as an amino acid, is also present Where to find it: Most foods contain amino from another amino acid called phenylaline.
in most foods. Amino acids are abundant in acids. They are abundant in meats as well as It can also be found in dairy products, meats,
meats as well as grains, nuts, seeds, beans grains, nuts, seeds, beans and legumes. fish, eggs, nuts, beans, oats and wheat.
and legumes.
What it does: Supports cellular health, What it does: Supports mental focus/energy,
What it does: Supports cellular health, digestive and gastrointestinal system health heart health and weight management.
digestive and gastrointestinal system health, and immune system health.
immune system health, and joint and
bone health.

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L-VALINE LEMON MANGANESE
What it is: An essential amino acid that What it is: Oval-shaped fruit with a yellow What it is: An essential trace mineral required
supports increased cognitive function and texturized outer peel. Most lemons are to manufacture enzymes necessary for the
smooth nervous system functioning. It is also tart, acidic and astringent, yet surprisingly metabolism of proteins and fat. Manganese
utilized in muscle metabolism, tissue repair refreshing. Although lemons are often is involved in the production of cellular
and the maintenance of a proper nitrogen thought of as acidic, they are very beneficial energy, reproduction and bone growth.
in supporting digestive system health. They This micronutrient activates the enzymes
balance in the body.
responsible for DNA and RNA production.
are a rich source of vitamin C, magnesium,
Where to find it: Most foods contain amino calcium and potassium. Where to find it: Excellent food sources
acids. They are abundant in meats as well as of manganese include kale, raspberries,
grains, nuts, seeds, beans and legumes. Where to find it: Thought to have originated pineapple, strawberries, romaine lettuce,
in China or India. The major producers of collard greens, spinach, garlic, grapes, brown
What it does: Supports cellular health and lemons today are the United States, Italy, rice, maple syrup, cinnamon and
mental focus/energy. Spain, Greece, Israel and Turkey. black pepper.

What it does: Supports digestive and What it does: Supports blood sugar health,
gastrointestinal system health and respiratory cellular health, digestive and gastrointestinal
system health. health, immune system health, joint and bone
health and women’s health.

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MANGO MANGOSTEEN MAGNESIUM
What it is: Mango fruit has been named the What it is: A tropical fruit whose fruit, fruit What it is: A mineral essential to many
most widely consumed fruit in the world. It juice, rind, twig and bark are all used for biological processes that occur in the body.
has a sweet and creamy taste and contains medicine. It is an off-the-chart antioxidant It aids in the body’s absorption of calcium
over 20 vitamins and minerals, including and offers potent benefits for overall health and also plays a key role in the strength and
vitamins A, B6, C, and K as well as folate, including enhanced cognitive benefits. formation of bones and teeth. Trévo has two
potassium, calcium, and antioxidants such as It also appears to possess
zeaxanthin and beta-carotene. types of magnesium: Magnesium chloride and
anti-inflammatory properties. Magnesium carbonate.
Where to find it: Malaysia, Burma, India,
some parts of the United States. Where to find it: Found predominantly in Where to find it: Foods high in magnesium
southeast Asian countries such as China, include dark leafy greens, nuts and seeds,
What it does: Supports heart health, eye Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, fish, beans and lentils, whole grains,
health, respiratory system health, cellular Singapore and Taiwan. avocados, low-fat dairy, bananas, dried fruit
health, bone health and digestive system and dark chocolate.
health. Also supports the maintenance of What it does: Supports cellular health,
healthy blood pressure and blood sugar levels circulatory system health, heart health, What it does: Supports cellular health, heart
and helps support weight immune system health, joint and bone health, health, joint and bone health, women’s health,
management efforts. gastrointestinal health, and mental natural cleansing and sense of
focus/energy. calm/well-being.

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MAQUI BERRY MILK THISTLE MOLYBDENUM
What it is: A small, deep purple berry that What it is: A flowering herb related to the What it is: A naturally occurring,
contains more antioxidants than most fruits, daisy that helps keep the liver, which is plant-derived trace mineral that supports
including blueberries, pomegranate, acai and the toxic waste disposal plant of the body, normal growth and development. It is involved
mangosteen. Maqui berries are also a good healthy and nourished. It is a rich source in many important biological processes,
source of calcium, vitamin C, potassium and of tocopherol sterols, essential fatty acids, including development of the nervous system,
iron. They have long been used by South linoleic acid and beta carotene as well as waste processing in the kidneys and energy
American natives to promote strength, calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, production in cells.
endurance and overall good health. phosphorous, potassium, selenium and zinc.
Where to find it: Trace mineral found in foods
Where to find it: Patagonia, the southernmost Where to find it: Native to such as milk, cheese, cereal grains, legumes,
part of South America spanning the southern Mediterranean countries. nuts and leafy vegetables.
portions of Chile and Argentina. Because
these areas are far away from industrialized What it does: Supports cellular health, What it does: Supports cellular health and
areas and pollution, maqui berries are digestive and gastrointestinal system health, digestive and gastrointestinal system health.
naturally organic. heart health and immune system health. It is
often used as a natural treatment for
What it does: Supports heart health, mental liver health.
focus, energy, stamina, cellular health, weight
management and joint health.

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NIACIN (VITAMIN B-3) NONI NOPAL CACTUS
What it is: Niacin combines with other What it is: Thick, oval, flat stems of prickly
What it is: A small evergreen tree that often
B-vitamins to release energy in the cells. It pear cactus plant, eaten as a vegetable. Its
grows among lava flows. It is an excellent
helps regulate circulation, hormones, glucose young tender pads, known as nopalitos,
source of nutrients including vitamin C, niacin,
and hydrochloric acid in the body. Niacin have for centuries been one of the chief
potassium, vitamin A, calcium and sodium.
also works with riboflavin (vitamin B2) and components of Mexican cuisine. Naturally
Research has identified the presence of 10
pyridoxine (vitamin B6) to promote healthy low in calories, nopal cactus is rich in vital
essential vitamins, seven dietary minerals and
skin and keep the nervous and digestive phytochemicals, antioxidants, vitamins
18 amino acids in noni.
systems running smoothly. and minerals.
Where to find it: The Pacific Islands,
Where to find it: Found in green vegetables, Where to find it: Primarily Mexico
southeast Asia, Australia and India.
beans, cereal grains and milk.
What it does: Supports cardiovascular health,
What it does: Supports blood sugar health,
What it does: Supports cellular health, central immune system health, digestive system
digestive and gastrointestinal system health,
nervous system health, circulatory system health and also supports maintenance of
immune system health, joint and bone health
health, and digestive and gastrointestinal healthy cholesterol and blood sugar levels.
and mental focus/energy.
system health.

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ONION ORANGE PANTOTHENIC ACID
(VITAMIN B-5)
What it is: A brown, white, or red, What it is: Round citrus fruit with
paper-thin skinned bulb with an intense flavor finely-textured skin that is orange in color
What it is: Pantothenic acid is needed to
which is part of the cuisine of almost every like its pulpy flesh. Just one orange supplies
make hormones and healthy red blood cells,
region in the world. Onions offer a wealth 116.2 percent of the daily value for vitamin
convert carbohydrates and fat into energy,
of health benefits and are a rich source of C. Oranges are also a great source of beta
and aid in the formation of antibodies. It
flavonoids, substances known to provide carotene, calcium, magnesium, potassium,
is also reputed to be a stamina enhancer.
support for cardiovascular health. thiamine and folic acid.
Pantothenic acid is sometimes called the
“anti-stress vitamin.”
Where to find it: Native to Asia and the Where to find it: Originated thousands of
Middle East. Today, China, India, the United years ago in Asia in the region from southern
Where to find it: Widely in found vegetables,
States, Russia and Spain are among the China to Indonesia. Currently, some of the
cereal grains, legumes, eggs and milk.
leading producers of onions. largest producers of oranges include the
United States, Brazil, Mexico, Spain, China
What it does: Supports cellular health,
What it does: Supports blood pressure and Israel.
immune system health and mental
health, cholesterol health, digestive and focus/energy.
gastrointestinal system health, heart health, What it does: Supports blood pressure
immune system health and respiratory health, cellular health, cholesterol health and
system health. heart health.

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PAPAYA PARSLEY PAU D’ARCO
What it is: Pear-shaped fruit with a rich What it is: A relative of celery, parsley is an What it is: A tree with extremely hard wood
orange flesh with either yellow or pink hues. antioxidant-rich nutritional powerhouse that whose bark and wood are sometimes used
The papaya has a wonderfully soft, butter-like contains three times as much vitamin C as
consistency and a deliciously sweet, musky to make medicine. The inner bark of the pau
taste. Its seeds are edible, although their oranges and twice as much iron as spinach. It d’Arco tree offers a rich source of nutrients.
peppery flavor is somewhat bitter. Papaya is an excellent source of vitamin K, vitamin A It is an immune system booster and also
is a rich source of antioxidant nutrients and folate as well. possesses potent anti-microbial,
such as carotenes, vitamin C, vitamin A and anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal properties.
flavonoids as well as the B vitamins folate and Where to find it: Native to the Mediterranean
pantothenic acid. It also provides the benefits region of southern Europe. It began being
of potassium, magnesium and fiber. Where to find it: Found in the rainforests of
consumed as a seasoning sometime in the Latin America.
Where to find it: Native to Central America, Middle Ages.
but has long been revered by Latin American What it does: Supports digestive and
Indians. Today, the largest commercial What it does: Supports cellular health, heart gastrointestinal system health, immune
producers of papayas include the United health and immune system health. system health and joint and bone health.
States, Mexico and Puerto Rico.

What it does: Supports digestive and
gastrointestinal system health, eye health,
heart health, immune system health and joint
and bone health.

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PEA PEAR PHENYLALANINE
What it is: Green legume loaded with vitamins What it is: A fruit with a rounded body that What it is: An essential amino acid, meaning
A, B-1, B-6, C, and K, as well as omega-3 tapers into a neck of various lengths. They are the body needs it for health but cannot make
fatty acids and manganese. The unique found in a variety of colors, including many it. It must be obtained from food.
phytonutrients in green peas also provide key different shades of green, red, yellow/gold
Where to find it: Found in most foods that
antioxidant benefits. and brown. Pears provide a potent source of contain protein, including beef, poultry, pork,
vitamin B2, C, E, copper and potassium. They fish, milk, yogurt, eggs, cheese, pea protein,
Where to find it: Vine-grown peapods. also contain more pectin, a water-soluble soy products (including soy protein isolate,
Typically grown in Canada, France, India and fiber, than apples. soybean flour, and tofu) and certain nuts
the United States. and seeds.
Where to find it: On a worldwide basis,
What it does: Supports maintenance of China has become the world’s largest grower What it does: The body changes
phenylalanine into tyrosine, another amino
healthy blood sugar levels. Supports heart of pears. Within the United States, the state acid that is needed to make proteins and brain
health and cellular health. of Washington accounts for about half of all chemicals, including L-dopa, epinephrine,
U.S.-produced pears. norepinephrine, and thyroid hormones.
Supports mental clarity and alertness and
What it does: Supports cellular health, sense of emotional wellbeing.
cholesterol health, digestive and
gastrointestinal system health and
heart health.

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PINEAPPLE PLUM POMEGRANATE
What it is: Pineapples are actually not just What it is: Fruit containing a high content of What it is: A nearly round fruit with a tough,
one fruit, but a composite of many flowers unique phenol phytonutrients, whose function leathery skin that is basically yellow overlaid
with individual fruitlets. Each fruitlet can as antioxidants has been well-documented. with light or deep pink or rich red. The
be identified by an “eye,” the rough spine These damage-preventing substances interior is separated by membranous walls
marking on the pineapple’s surface. The are particularly effective in neutralizing a and spongy white tissue into compartments
fibrous flesh of pineapple is yellow in color particularly dangerous oxygen radical called packed with transparent sacs filled with tart,
and has a vibrant tropical flavor that balances superoxide anion radical, and they have also flavorful, fleshy, juicy pulp. One pomegranate
been shown to help prevent oxygen-based contains three times the antioxidant properties
the taste of sweet and tart. This delicious damage to fats. Since our cell membranes, of red wine or green tea. It is also a rich
tropical fruit is rich in vitamin C as well brain cells and molecules such as cholesterol source of ellagic acid and essential
as manganese. are largely composed of fats, preventing free amino acids.
radical damage to fats is no small benefit.
Where to find it: Pineapples were first Where to find it: Native to Iran and the
discovered by Europeans in 1493 on the Where to find it: Europe, Japan and the Himalayas of northern India. Has been
Caribbean island that came to be known United States. cultivated since ancient times throughout
as Guadalupe. The only U.S. state where the Mediterranean region of Asia, Africa
pineapples are still grown is Hawaii; other What it does: Provides antioxidant benefits, and Europe. It is now commonly planted
countries that grow pineapple commercially helps fight effects of premature aging, and has become utilized in Bermuda but
include Thailand, the Philippines, China, Brazil supports gastrointestinal system and digestive is occasionally seen in the Bahamas, West
and Mexico. system health, supports maintenance of Indies and warm areas of South and
healthy blood sugar and cholesterol levels. Central America.
What it does: Supports heart health, immune What it does: Supports blood pressure
system health and joint and bone health. health, cellular health and heart health.

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POTASSIUM PRUNE QUERCETIN
What it is: A mineral found in varying What it is: The dried version of plums. What it is: A plant pigment (flavonoid) that
amounts in almost all foods. All cells, tissues Prunes have a high content of unique gives many vegetables and fruits their bright
and organs in the body rely on potassium to phenol phytonutrients, whose function as colors. Flavonoids, such as quercetin, are
function properly. Potassium helps regulate antioxidants has been well-documented. antioxidants. They scavenge particles in the
and balance the fluids and minerals in cells, These damage-preventing substances body known as free radicals which damage
and also facilitates the transmission of nerve are particularly effective in neutralizing a cell membranes, tamper with DNA and even
impulses. It is required for normal body particularly dangerous oxygen radical called cause cell death. Antioxidants can neutralize
growth, supports the growth of superoxide anion radical, and they have also free radicals. They may reduce or even help
muscle tissue, and even helps been shown to help prevent oxygen-based prevent some of the damage free
metabolize carbohydrates. damage to fats. Since our cell membranes, radicals cause.
brain cells and molecules such as cholesterol
Where to find it: Some of the most generous are largely composed of fats, preventing free Where to find it: Apples, berries, kale,
sources of potassium include Swiss chard, radical damage to fats is no small benefit. onions, elderberries, asparagus, broccoli
lima beans, potatoes, yams and soy beans. and tomatoes.
Where to find it: Europe, Japan and the
What it does: Supports cellular health, United States. What it does: Supports heart health, cellular
central nervous system health, digestive and health, immune system health, respiratory
gastrointestinal system health, heart health, What it does: Provides antioxidant benefits, health and autoimmune system health. Also
joint and bone health and helps fight effects of premature aging, helps support the maintenance of healthy
weight management. supports gastrointestinal system and digestive blood pressure and cholesterol levels.
system health, supports the maintenance of
healthy blood sugar and cholesterol levels.

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RED RASPBERRY RESVERATROL RIBOFLAVIN
(VITAMIN B2)
What it is: Raspberries belong to the rose What it is: Resveratrol is a member of a group
family of plants, which includes apples, of plant compounds called polyphenols. These What it is: Riboflavin regulates red blood cell
apricots, blackberries, cherries, peaches, compounds are thought to have antioxidant growth and helps maintain a strong immune
pears, plums and strawberries. Mature red properties, protecting the body against the kind system by protecting the body from
raspberries can be identified by their shade free-radical damage. It also helps support
of red in color, although this red sometimes of damage linked to increased risk for a number
veers toward the pinkish side. The red of serious health conditions. Researchers healthy skin, hair, nails and vision.
raspberry is a rich source of ellagic acid as believe that resveratrol activates the SIRT1
well as powerful antioxidants. Raspberries gene, a biological mechanism that seems to Where to find it: Green vegetables, nuts, milk
possess almost 50 percent higher antioxidant help protect the body against some of the and enriched flour.
activity than strawberries, three times that harmful effects of obesity and
of kiwis and 10 times the antioxidant activity age-related conditions. What it does: Supports cellular health, eye
of tomatoes. Red raspberries are rich in health and immune system health.
manganese, vitamin C, B vitamins and fiber.
Where to find it: Grapes, red wine and
Where to find it: Russia, the United States, other foods.
Serbia, Poland and Chile rank among the top
producers of raspberries. What it does: Supports heart health, cellular
health, healthy blood sugar and cholesterol
What it does: Supports cellular health, levels and may support weight management
longevity, anti-aging, mental focus, memory, efforts. May be beneficial against effects of
digestive health and immune system health.
premature aging.

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SCHIZANDRA SEA BUCKTHORN SELENIUM
What it is: Schizandra fruit is a small red What it is: A winter-hardy shrub containing What it is: A trace mineral required for the
berry commonly used in traditional Chinese 190 bio-active components. It is a rich body to function normally.
medicine for its adaptogenic properties source of vitamins E and C, beta-carotene,
and as a restorative remedy for immune unsaturated fatty acids, essential amino acids Where to find it: Found in soil, water and
enhancement. It also appears to enhance and flavonoids. some foods including nuts and grains.
both mental and physical capabilities.
Where to find it: Grows from Europe to What it does: Supports heart health, immune
Where to find it: Native to forests of northern Northwest China. It can grow in mountains, system health, energy, mental focus and
China and the Russian Far East. sea coasts and semi-desert areas with low cellular health.
rainfall. It is largely confined to sea coasts.
What it does: Supports energy, stamina,
mental focus and memory, gastrointestinal What it does: Supports digestive and
system health, central nervous system health, gastrointestinal system health, heart health
cardiovascular health and and immune system health.
detoxification benefits.

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SHILAJIT SPINACH SQUASH
What it is: A natural substance found mainly What it is: A nutrient-rich, leafy green What it is: Squash is one of the most versatile
in the Himalayas, formed for centuries by the vegetable. Spinach contains at least 13 and delicious vegetables available throughout
gradual decomposition of certain plants by different flavonoid compounds that function the world. It also packs a serious punch in
the action of microorganisms. Fulvic acid, the as antioxidants. Spinach is a potent source terms of its impressive health benefits derived
main active principle of shilajit, is one of the of vitamin K and A as well as manganese, from the organic compounds, nutrients,
world’s most complex and diverse substances folate and magnesium. Its properties offer vitamins, and minerals that it contains. This
and believed to be a crucial factor in the outstanding support for the bones, brain list includes a huge amount of vitamin A, as
maintenance of good health. function and eye health. well as significant amounts of vitamins C, E,
B6, niacin, thiamin, pantothenic acid
Where to find it: The DNA of every living or Where to find it: Thought to have originated and folate.
extinct species of organism on earth, whether in ancient Persia (Iran). Today, the United
plant, animal or micro-organism, has eventually States and Netherlands are among the largest Where to find it: Squash vines grow in
become a highly-refined component of commercial producers of spinach. Central and Southern America.
fulvic acid.
What it does: Supports cellular health, What it does: Supports immune system
What it does: Supports cellular health. When digestive and gastrointestinal system health, health as well as healthy metabolic function.
fulvic is present in the body, nutrients are eye health, heart health, immune system Supports cardiovascular and respiratory
dissolved into their simplest ionic form and health and mental focus/energy. system health. Supports eye, bone and
quickly transported into the body’s cells. It is circulatory system health as well as
also a powerful antioxidant. increased energy.

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SODIUM FLUORIDE STRAWBERRY SWEET POTATO
What it is: An inorganic salt of fluoride used What it is: Fruit that is packed with What it is: This Native American tuberous root
topically or in municipal water fluoridation vitamins, fiber, and particularly high levels plant may be one of nature’s unsurpassed
systems to prevent dental decay and of antioxidants known as polyphenols, sources of beta-carotene. Sweet potato is
corrosion of tooth enamel by acids. strawberries are a sodium-free, fat-free, packed with calcium, potassium and vitamins
cholesterol-free, low-calorie food. It is among A and C.
Where to find it: Fluoride is a the top 20 fruits in antioxidant capacity and is
naturally-occurring mineral found a good source of manganese and potassium. Where to find it: China, Africa, and Southern
in water and soil. United States.
Where to find it: Europe and United States.
What it does: Fluoride has been found to What it does: Supports maintenance of
be helpful in reducing the number of cavities What it does: Support heart health and healthy blood sugar levels. Supports heart,
in the teeth. It is usually present naturally in cellular health, as well as healthy blood vascular, nervous system, and joint health.
drinking water. pressure and cholesterol levels. Its powerful antioxidants help fight effects of
premature aging.

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TANGERINE THIAMINE (VITAMIN B1) TOMATO
What it is: Citrus fruit rich in vitamin C What it is: One of the substances the body What it is: Round fruit available in a variety
and beta-carotene, as well as many other must have in order to convert carbohydrates of shapes and colors. Tomatoes are one of
beneficial antioxidants and flavonoids. into energy. Thiamine helps the body make the best sources of lycopene. The antioxidant
thiamine pyrophosphate (TPP), which is function of lycopene has been linked in
Where to find it: Tangerine trees commonly required for the body to convert food into human research to the protection of DNA
grow in Europe and United States. energy. Thiamine also supports heart health inside of white blood cells. Tomatoes are also
and is crucial to the maintenance of a a great source of vitamins C and K.
What it does: Supports cellular health, well-functioning brain and nervous system.
heart health, and healthy collagen formation. Where to find it: Originally native to the
Supports maintenance of healthy cholesterol Where to find it: Dietary sources of thiamine western side of South America in the region
and blood pressure levels. Its high antioxidant include beef, legumes, milk, nuts, oats, occupied by Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Chile
content helps fight effects of premature aging. oranges, pork, rice, seeds, wheat, whole-grain and the western half of Bolivia. The largest
cereals and yeast. tomato-producing country today is China
followed by the United States, Turkey, India
What it does: Supports central nervous and Italy.
system health, heart health and mental
focus/energy. What it does: Supports cellular health,
cholesterol health, heart health, immune
system health and joint and bone health.

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ANTIMONY BARIUM BERYLLIUM BISMUTH BROMINE CARBON CERIUM CESIUM YTTRIUM

CHLORIDE DYPROSIUM ERBIUM EUROPIUM FLUORIDE GADOLINIUM GERMANIUM GOLD YTTERBIUM

HAFNIUM HOLMIUM INDIUM LANTHANIUM LITHIUM LUTEIUM NEODYNIUM NICKEL VANADIUM

NIOBIUM NITROGEN OSMIUM PALLADIUM PRASEODYMIUM RHENIUM RHOIDIUM RUBIDIUM TUNGSTEN

RUTHENIUM SAMARIUM SCADIUM SILICON SILVER SODIUM STRONTIUM SULFUR TANTALUM

TELLURIUM TERBIUM THORIUM THULIUM CADMIUM TIN ALUMINUM TITANIUM ZIRCONIUM

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TRYPTOPHAN TURMERIC TURNIP
What it is: An amino acid needed for normal What it is: A perennial shrub producing an What it is: Relative of kale, collards, cabbage
growth in infants and for nitrogen balance in antioxidant-rich herb that helps support heart, and broccoli. Has a slightly bitter flavor. Turnip
adults. It is an essential amino acid, which liver and digestive system health. is a “starch” vegetable, but provides only one
means your body cannot produce it -- you must third the amount of calories compared to an
get it from your diet. Where to find it: India and other tropical equal amount of potatoes. Turnips provide
areas of Asia. an excellent source of vitamin C, fiber, folic
Where to find it: Found in most foods that acid, manganese, pantothenic acid and
contain protein, including poultry, pork, fish, What it does: Supports digestive and copper as well as thiamine, potassium, niacin
milk, yogurt, eggs, cheese, pea protein, soy gastrointestinal system health, heart health, and magnesium. In addition, they are good
products (including soy protein isolate, soybean and joint and bone health. sources of vitamins B6 and E as well
f lour, and tofu), and certain nuts and seeds. as riboflavin.

What it does: The body uses tryptophan to Where to find it: Thought to have been
help make niacin and serotonin. Serotonin is cultivated almost 4,000 years ago in the Near
thought to produce healthy sleep and a stable East. Now abundant throughout the
mood. In order for tryptophan in the diet to be United States.
changed into niacin, the body needs to have
enough iron, riboflavin and vitamin B6. What it does: Supports eye health, heart
health, immune system health and respiratory
system health.

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VITAMIN A VITAMIN B6 VITAMIN B-12
What it is: Vitamin A is vital for the What it is: Vitamin B6, also known as
pyridoxine, is a water-soluble vitamin. What it is: Vitamin B12, also called
maintenance of healthy skin, good vision, cyanocobalamin, works with other B vitamins
and a robust immune system. It is essential Water-soluble vitamins dissolve in water and
cannot be stored in the body. That means you to turn food into energy and is needed to form
to overall good health, and individuals who healthy blood cells.
do not get enough vitamin A in their diet have need a continuous supply of such vitamins in
been shown to be more vulnerable to infection your diet. Pyridoxine is required for the proper
function of sugars, fats and proteins in the Where to find it: Found in kelp,
and infectious diseases. blue-green algae, seafood, bran cereals and
body. It is also required for the proper growth
and development of the brain, nerves, skin and dairy products.
Where to find it: Found in paprika, sweet
potatoes, carrots, dark leafy greens, butternut many other parts of the body.
What it does: Supports cellular health, heart
squash, dried herbs, lettuce, dried apricots health, immune system health and mental
and cantaloupe. Where to find it: Naturally occurring in sweet
potatoes, bananas, garlic, cauliflower and all focus/energy.

What it does: Supports cellular health, eye green, leafy vegetables.
health and immune system health.
What it does: Supports cardiovascular health
as well as cognitive function and production
of red blood cells. Supports maintenance of
healthy cholesterol levels. Supports cellular,
eye, urinary tract, nervous system and immune
system health.

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VITAMIN C VITAMIN D VITAMIN E
What it is: Also known as ascorbic acid, What it is: Vitamin D is best known for its What it is: Also known as alpha-tocopherol,
Vitamin C is one of the more powerful and role in the development and maintenance of vitamin E is a leading antioxidant that helps
well-known antioxidants. It helps to maintain healthy teeth, bones and cartilage in children support eye health and immune system
healthy collagen in the skin, repair damaged and adults. It helps keep the bones and teeth health. Vitamin E is also an effective
tissue, promote healthy teeth and bones and strong by increasing absorption of calcium anti-inflammatory and might help to prevent
boost the immune system. and phosphorus from the small intestine. sun damage.

Where to find it: Found in high amounts in Where to find it: Good sources of vitamin Where to find it: Excellent sources of vitamin
guava, red peppers, green peppers, kiwi, D include spinach, kale, okra, collards, soy E include spinach, chard, turnip greens,
grapefruit, strawberries, Brussels sprouts, beans, white beans, salmon, sardines and cayenne pepper, almonds, sunflower seeds,
cantaloupe and, of course, oranges. foods that are calcium-fortified, such as some asparagus and bell peppers.
orange juice, oatmeal and breakfast cereal
What it does: Supports cellular health, eye products. What it does: Supports cellular health, eye
health, heart health, immune system health, health, immune system health and joint and
and joint and bone health. What it does: Supports joint and bone health. bone health.

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WATERMELON WHEAT GRASS WHITE PEACH
What it is: A nutrient dense food that provides What it is: A young sprouted wheat one to What it is: Member of peach family whose
a high amount of vitamins, minerals and two weeks of age. Wheat grass is an excellent white flesh is sweeter and less acidic than its
antioxidants for a low amount of calories. source of fiber and also high in chlorophyll, more traditional golden counterpart. Excellent
Excellent source of antioxidant vitamin C as calcium, vitamins C, B and E, magnesium and source of vitamins A and C.
well as vitamin A. potassium. 17 amino acids are found in wheat
grass, including essential amino acids. Where to find it: Peach trees commonly grow
What it does: Supports cellular health, helps in United States, Italy and China.
fight effects of premature aging, supports Where to find it: Commonly found in
digestive system and heart health, supports temperate regions of Europe and the What it does: Supports heart health, cellular
healthy looking skin and hair, supports United States. health, eye health, and healthy collagen
maintenance of healthy blood pressure levels. formation. Supports maintenance of healthy
What it does: Supports cellular health, blood sugar and cholesterol levels. Its high
digestive and gastrointestinal system health antioxidant content helps fight effects of
and immune system health. premature aging.

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YELLOW DOCK ZINC
What it is: An herb whose leaf stalks are used What it is: A mineral that is vital to healthy
in salads and whose root is used as medicine. living. It helps to strengthen the immune
It is rich in calcium, iron and vitamins A and C. system and supports a healthy white blood
It supports healthy bladder, kidney and cell count. Zinc aids in the body’s absorption
liver function. of minerals, including calcium.

Where to find it: Grown abundantly Where to find it: Grains, spinach, pumpkin
throughout North America. and squash seeds, cocoa and chocolate, pork
and chicken, beans and mushrooms.
What it does: Supports digestive and
gastrointestinal system health. What it does: Supports digestive and
gastrointestinal system health and immune
system health.

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Acai Berry 4 Dyprosium 45 Luteium 45 Strawberry 43
Acerola Cherry 4 Echinacea 18 Magnesium 32 Strontium 45
Alfalfa Grass 4 Eggplant 18 Manganese 31 Sweet Potato 43
Alpha Lipoic Acid 5 Elderberry 18 Mango 32 Tangerine 44
Aluminum 45 Erbium 45 Mangosteen 32 Tantalum 45
Amalaki 5 Europium 45 Maqui Berry 33 Tellurium 45
Antimony 45 Fig 19 Milk Thistle 33 Terbium 45
Apple 5 Flaxseed Oil 19 Molybdenum 33 Thiamine 44
Apricot 6 Fluoride 45 Neodynium 45 Thorium 45
Ashwagandha 6 Folate (Folic Acid) 19 Niacin 34 Thulium 45
Asparagus 6 Gadolinium 45 Nickel 45 Tin 45
Astragalus 7 Garlic 20 Niobium 45 Titanium 45
Bacopa 7 Germanium 45 Nitrogen 45 Tomato 44
Banana 7 Ginger 20 Noni 34 Tryptophan 46
Barium 45 Glucono Delta Lactone 20 Nopal Cactus 34 Tungsten 45
Barley Grass 8 Glycine 21 Onion 35 Turmeric 46
Beet 8 Goji Fruit 21 Orange 35 Turnip 46
Beryllium 45 Gold 45 Osmium 45 Vanadium 45
Betaine-HCL 8 Gotu Kola 21 Palladium 45 Vitamin A 47
Bilberry 9 Grape Seed Extract 22 Pantothenic Acid 35 Vitamin B6 47
Biotin 9 Grapefruit 22 Papaya 36 Vitamin C 48
Bismuth 45 Grapes 22 Parsley 36 Vitamin D 48
Bladderwrack 9 Green Bean 23 Pau D’Arco 36 Vitamin E 48
Blue Corn 10 Green Coffee Bean 23 Pea 37 Watermelon 49
Blue Green Spirulina 10 Green Tea 23 Pear 37 Wheat Grass 49
Blueberry 10 Hafnium 45 Phenylalanine 37 White Peach 49
Borage Seed Oil 11 Hawthorn Berry 24 Pineapple 38 Yellow Dock 50
Broccoli 11 Holmium 45 Plum 38 Ytterbium 45
Bromine 45 Honeydew 24 Pomegranate 38 Yttrium 45
Brussels Sprouts 11 Indium 45 Potassium 39 Zinc 50
Burdock 12 Inositol 25 Praseodymiun 45 Zirconium 45
Cabbage 12 Iodine 24 Prune 39
Cadmium 45 Kale 25 Quercetin 39
Calcium 12 Kiwi Fruit 25 Red Raspberry 40
Camu Camu 13 Korean Ginseng 26 Resveratrol 40
Cantaloupe 13 L-Alanine 26 Rhenium 45
Carbon 45 L-Arginine 26 Rhoidium 45
Carrot 13 L-Aspartic 27 Riboflavin 40
Cat’s Claw 14 L-Cysteine 27 Rubidium 45
Cauliflower 14 L-Glutamic Acid 27 Ruthenium 45
Cerium 45 L-Histidine 28 Samarium 45
Cesium 45 L-Isoleucine 28 Scadium 45
Cherry 14 L-Leucine 28 Schizandra 41
Chlorella 15 L-Lysine 29 Sea Buckthorn 41
Chloride 45 L-Methionine 29 Selenium 41
Choline Bitartrate 15 L-Proline 29 Shilajit 42
Chromium Picolinate 15 L-Serine 30 Silicon 45
Co- Enzyme Q10 16 L-Threonine 30 Silver 45
Copper 16 L-Tyrosine 30 Sodium Fluoride 43
Coral Calcium Complex 16 L-Valine 31 Solfer 45
Cranberry 17 Lanthanium 45 Solium 45
Daikon Radish 17 Lemon 31 Spinach 42
Dulse Leaf 17 Lithium 45 Squash 42

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