Orchard & Garden Blend

Apple: Alzheimer’s prevention, lowers cholesterol

Pineapple: Anti-inflammatory, promotes healthy gums

Cranberry: Antibiotics, digestion of food

Acerola Cherry: Anti-oxidants, vitamin C

Orange: Relieves constipation, boosts immune system

Peach: Prevents anemia, help lose weight

Papaya: Increases energy, repairs muscle tissue

Tomato: Improves skin and hair, good for your heart

Cabbage: reduces cholesterol, repairs damaged skin cells

Carrot: Increases energy levels, strengthens immune system

Kale: High in iron, rich in calcium

Beet: Immune booster, improves liver function

Brown rice & oat bran: High in fiber, improves digestion

Spinach: Anti-inflammatory, prevents cancer

Broccoli: Fights diabetes, helps lose weight

Parsley: Antibacterial, anti-oxidant


Whole food based nutrition delivers powerful antioxidants that provide your body protection, because it relies on fruits and vegetables. According to the National Cancer Institute, antioxidants are “substances that may protect cells from the damage caused by unstable molecules known as free radicals. Examples of antioxidants include beta-carotene, lycopene, vitamins C and E and other substances. Many of these antioxidant substances come from fruits and vegetables.”