Commonly found in Hawaii, the peel of this exotic fruit contains high levels of the unique antioxidant, xanthones, which have anti-inflammatory properties and combat free radicals.
A nutrient powerhouse, the fruit of the rose plant contains impressive amounts of Vitamin C which stimulates white blood cells and boosts the immune system.
The flavonoid anthocyanins give these sour berries their deep colour and boast antimicrobial properties that protect against bacteria and viruses as well as cancer, cognitive decline, diabetes and heart disease.
These black seeds that we tend to throw away contain high amounts of linoleic acid and do wonders for the skin as they have anti-inflammatory properties, reduce acne and help to retain moisture in the skin.
Also known as Amla, these berries are packed full of phytochemicals which promote liver health, reduce inflammation, keep hair and skin healthy, enhance digestive health, and support cognitive function.
This mineral rich sea vegetable which grows on the East Coast of Canada is an excellent source of iodine, iron, potassium and Vitamin B6 and helps to support thyroid function and energy metabolism.