Our wholesome and smooth alternative plant-based milks are sprouted from nut and root vegetable varietals including, but not limited to, cashew, almond, and tigernut. High in omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, these non-dairy beverages help build strong bones and promote digestion.
Are you a calf? If the answer is yes, then cow’s milk is right for you! If you answered no, then our plant-based milks are what you should be consuming!
Our milks are incredibly nutrient-dense and contain important minerals like calcium, iron, magnesium, and potassium. They are also a great source of plant-based proteins and healthy fats. Our milks promote bone and skin health.
— ENJOY OUR MILKS —
Our alternative dairy milks come in varieties including vanilla and cacao. We also have the ability to add plant based proteins such as chia and hemp seed to leverage the nutritional value. Our milks are free of harmful emulsifiers and separate naturally, so give them a good shake before enjoying!
You know what’s nut?
Tigernuts are not actually nuts, but root vegetables. They are a veritable powerhouse of nutrition with many health benefits. For starters, they are uniquely rich in prebiotics which are only found in plants. Tigernuts are also deeply abundant in fiber and a powerful source of antioxidants which help protect your body from disease. Further, they also are super rich in protein, magnesium, and iron.
Some of the benefits from consuming Tigernuts are:
- One of the best sources of magnesium
- Can aid in lowering bad cholesterol
- Controls blood sugar
- Aids in digestive issues
- Contain antibacterial properties
- Provides more potassium than a banana
— IMPORTANCE OF PREBIOTIC —
Prebiotics can only be found in plant foods, mostly vegetables. Prebiotics are a specialized plant fiber that beneficially nourishes the good bacteria already found in the large colon. While Probiotics introduce good bacteria into the gut, prebiotics act as a fertilizer for the good bacteria that is already present. They help your good bacteria grow and improve the good to bad bacteria ratio.