The sunflower seed is rich in protein as well as essential vitamins (especially E), minerals and fatty acids, making it a perfect foundational component of Epic Protein.
The pepita, or pumpkin seed, is rich in protein, minerals and fatty acids, and serves as a perfect foundational component of Epic Protein.
The Inca peanut, or sacha inchi, is a great source of protein and fatty acids, making it a perfect foundational component of Epic Protein.
The split pea, or yellow pea, has a complete amino acid profile and high protein content making it the ideal vegan protein base of Epic Protein.
This tiny seed is a complete protein, an excellent source of fiber and is full of antioxidants and fatty acids making it another essential component of Epic Protein.
The sunchoke, or Jerusalem artichoke, is a root veggie especially rich in inulin, a prebiotic fiber, making it an essential component of Epic Protein.
Adaptogenic reishi, or lingzhi, is known as the "mushroom of immortality" and is believed to reduce fatigue, boost immunity and support overall wellness.
Turkey Tail Mushroom
The ultra functional cloud mushroom, or turkey tail, is rich in polysaccharides as well as microbiome balancing prebiotic fiber.
Adaptogenic snow mushroom, or tremella, is especially rich in vitamin D, but is most commonly and globally used for its skin hydrating properties.
Adaptogenic hen of the woods, or maitake, has immunity stimulating properties and is rich in antioxidants, beta-glucans and vitamins B, C and D.
Lion's Mane Mushroom
Globally used in the culinary world as well as in supplement form, this medicinal mushroom is rich in minerals and bioactive compounds that benefit cognitive health.
Adaptogenic chaga is especially high in antioxidants and is consumed for it's effect on cytokine production, the proteins that stimulate the immune system.
Indian ginseng, or ashwagandha, has been used for thousands of years for its cognitive health, anti-inflammatory and immunity boosting properties.
Aside from caffeine, coffee is also rich in vitamins and minerals like magnesium and chromium, which can help control blood sugar levels.
Matcha, or powdered green tea leaves, provides a myriad of health benefits and has high caffeine and antioxidant content.
Blue oat grass, or simply oat grass, is a nutritional powerhouse full of vitamins, enzymes, fiber, and chlorophyll, nature’s blood cleanser.
Coconut milk is commonly used in the culinary world, but it also provides a nutritional boost of fiber, vitamins, minerals and MCT.
Seaberry, or sea buckthorn, is commonly consumed and used for its vitamins as well as its compounds that support skin health.
Peruvian ginseng, or maca, has a high mineral content as well as endocrine system stimulating plant sterols and is the star of one of our best-selling blends.
The broccoli sprout is a rich source of vitamins, fiber, protein and sulforaphane which provides anti-inflammatory and detoxing effects.
Chlorella is a single-celled microalgae rich in vitamins, minerals and chlorophyll and is consumed for its detoxifying properties.
Spirulina is another algae that has been used for centuries for its protein, vitamins, minerals and heart-health support.
Kale, one of the most nutrient-dense foods on the planet, is eaten for its high protein, fiber, beta-carotene and mineral content.
Spinach, the well known and versatile leafy green, is full of vitamins, antioxidants, phytonutrients and minerals.
The leaf of the drumstick tree, or moringa, has been historically used for its rich nutritional content and energy-sustaining and detoxifying properties.
Lucuma is a fleshy fruit commonly consumed for its delicious flavor and its iron and beta-carotene content and is the star of our best selling blend.
Ginger root, or ginger, is a commonly used spice providing powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects and helps relieve digestive issues.
Food of the gods, otherwise known as cacao, is one of the most potent plant-based sources of magnesium, iron and antioxidants.
This aromatic, ancient bark is famous for its blood sugar balancing effects but is also used for its antifungal and antibacterial properties.
Aside from the warm and unmistakable flavor, the vanilla bean is rich in antioxidants, anti-carcinogenic properties and B-complex vitamins.
Heirloom Red Banana
Internationally more common than its yellow variant, this herb is rich in vitamins, potassium and has a more complex flavor.
The fruit of the Tree of Life, or baobab tree, is one of the most nutrient-rich fruits on the planet and is an excellent plant-based source of calcium.
The raspberry is full of nutrition, providing fiber, vitamins (especially C and E), minerals and antioxidants, as well as a sweet/tart flavor.
The sour cherry, or tart cherry, is a small but mighty fruit rich in vitamin A and C, antioxidants and is an excellent natural source of melatonin.
This starchy root vegetable is bursting with vitamins, fiber and beta-carotene and is commonly praised for its gut health properties.
This powerful plant is used for its flavor, its color, and its powerful anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and antioxidant properties.
The fruit of the rose plant provides a unique flavor, is rich in antioxidants and minerals and is one of nature’s richest sources of vitamin C.
Sambucus, or elderberry, is rich in antioxidants and vitamins and is consumed for its antiviral and immunity-boosting properties.
This ancient, symbolic fruit is full of fiber, protein, vitamins, folate, potassium, antioxidants and punicic acid which has antidiabetic and anti-inflammatory properties.
The Barbados cherry, or acerola, has an impressive bioavailable vitamin C content, is full of antioxidants, and is loved for its skin health benefits.
The velvet bean, or mucuna pruriens, is an adaptogenic legume rich in minerals, protein and essential amino acids, especially L-DOPA.
This famous yellow citrus is loaded with vitamin C, fiber, antioxidants and numerous beneficial plant compounds.
Indian pennywort, or gotu kola, has been used for millennia to treat various conditions with its wide range of health benefits and detox effects.
The wolfberry, otherwise known as the goji berry, is widely consumed for its high content of vitamin A and C, as well as antioxidants.
This North American superfruit has distinct tart flavor and a high vitamin and antioxidant content and is known for its role in treating various infections.
Coconut water has a sweet and nutty and is full of electrolytes, making it the perfect hydrating boost to any of our protein blends.
This aromatic spice is a great source of antioxidants and manganese and is commonly used to boost oral health due to its antimicrobial properties.
This household spice is the perfect sidekick, increasing the bioavailability of any nutrient it is consumed with, such as curcumin from turmeric.
This vibrant root vegetable is loaded with vitamins and minerals like folate, manganese and copper and has anti-inflammatory properties.
The guava leaf is an excellent plant-based source of zinc and is consumed medicinally for its anti-inflammatory properties.
Bamboo is one of the richest plant-based sources of silica in the world and is consumed globally for its skin health benefits.
This herb known as water hyssop or bacopa is used for its compounds that benefit brain function and stabilize the nervous system.
This functional flowering plant is rich in protein, minerals and vitamins and is an excellent plant-based source of biotin.
Coconut sugar is both functional and provides sweetness with a lower glycemic index and higher nutritional value than than cane sugar.
Himalayan Pink Sea Salt
Himalayan pink sea salt is minimally processed and has less sodium than table salt while also providing more minerals and can aid hydration.
The stevia leaf is a low-calorie sweetener and contains phytochemical compounds that provide unique health benefits.