Vegetable Blend: Spring/Summer (may vary slightly due to availability and seasonality)
Broccoli: Broccoli is a member of the (brassica) cabbage family. It offers dietary fibre as well as phytonutrients such as beta-carotene, lutein and zeaxanthin which help fight against harmful disease and particularly supportive to correct vision and eye health.
Kale: Kale is a leafy green vegetable which has earned its “superfood” status, as it is so nutrient dense. Rich in vitaminA, C and E, B vitamins such as folate, which is needed for energy, as well as calcium, iron, selenium, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium. It is also high in vitamin K which is essential for efficient healing of wounds.
Parsley: Parsley is generally only used as a garnish, but it has much more to offer than making our food look attractive.It provides vitamin C, A, B, K, calcium, riboflavin, potassium, iron, magnesium, niacin, carotenoids, chlorophyll, and fibre. It is a gentle diuretic and supportive for the urinary and digestive tract as well as being an age-old natural breath freshener.
Mint: The cooling flavour and uplifting aroma of mint is great for digestion and freshening the breath. Rich in antioxidants including vitamin C and beta-carotene and a substance called rosmarinic acid which can help in managing seasonal allergies.
Blueberries/Raspberries: Berries are an excellent source of antioxidants, phytochemicals, vitamins, and soluble fibre. Antioxidants fight free-radicals responsible for cellular and molecular damage and slow down the aging process and cognitive decline. Alongside antioxidants are Anthocyanins, which give berries their purple and red colour, they work with antioxidants to lower the risk of disease.
Fennel seeds: Fennel has a beautiful aniseed aroma and flavour. It has been used for centuries to soothe the gastrointestinal tract, assisting digestion and helping to alleviate gas. It also helps to freshen the breath and is traditionally used to increase milk flow in nursing mothers.
Calendula petals: Calendula with its vibrant yellow and orange petals, is a familiar sight in herb gardens. Traditionally used topically to heal skin conditions, it also has strong affinities with soothing the gut and mucus membranes.
• 3.8% Protein
• 1.8% Fibre
• 81.6% Moisture
• 1.6% Ash
• 1.09% Fat