Spirit of the Morning Smoothie Enhancing Powder



The Powerhouse of Antioxidants.

Spirit of the Morning smoothie blend is high in antioxidants and energy and mood boosting properties from Lucuma, along with fiber, vitamins A, C + B6 from Banana powder to regulate glucose levels and elevate mood, this smoothie enhancer's premier ingredient is Acai.

Some studies have even shown an improvement on brain health.

Read more about these studies under our Research Cited section.

Spirit of the Morning is high in Vitamins C, B6, Copper, Potassium, Iron, and Fiber.

According to research, acai has been shown to be high in antioxidants, 3x more than blueberries. It has been studied for potential anti-cancer effects and for its benefits on improving cholesterol levels.

Read more about these studies under our Research Cited section.

heart bullet point  Some studies have even shown an improvement on brain health
heart bullet point  Some studies have shown Maca to have evidence of increased sexual desire and improvement of menopausal symptoms
  Maca may reduce anxiety and symptoms of depression and promote a healthier brain function
heart Provides niacin, Vitamin C, iron, potassium, calcium, polyphenols and carotenoids
heart Support heart and muscle health

Spirit of the Morning is powerhouse of antioxidants, essential fatty acids (omega-6 and omega-9) and rich in polyphenolic compounds, which can help keep you healthy and protect against disease. And, with acai, it promotes a healthier immune system, boosts energy, reduces bad cholesterol and more. Plus, it contains anthocyanin(an ingredient in wine) that can help control cholesterol levels.

Who Can Benefit from Spirit of the Morning?

Women benefit the most from the ingredients in Spirit of the Morning because it may boost energy levels, improve mood, libido, help relieve depression and anxiety, ease stress & tension, strengthen bones and teeth, enhance mental clarity, encourage healthier hair & skin, balance hormones and stress levels, promote a healthy heart, and overall wellness.

Acai, Maca, Lucuma & Banana. Packed with protein, fiber, amino acids, Calcium, Potassium, Manganese, Zinc, Iron, Vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B6, B12 C, & D.

Maca contains numerous amino acids (mg/g protein) like leucine (91.0 mg), arginine (99.4 mg), phenylalanine (55.3 mg), lysine (54.3 mg), glycin (68.30 mg), alanine (63.1 mg), valine (79.3 mg), isoleucine (47.4 mg), glutamic acid (156.5 mg), serine (50.4 mg), and aspartic acid (91.7 mg). Other amino acids present but in less proportion are histidine (21.9 mg), threonine (33.1 mg), tyrosine (30.6 mg), methionine (28.0 mg), hydroxyproline (26 mg), proline (0.5 mg), and sarcosine (0.70 mg).

No hidden additives. Sourced from non-GMO, cruelty-free sources.

We recommend taking 1 - 2 scoops a day mixed into your morning smoothie.

If you are pregnant, nursing, suffer from any food allergies, or have any medical condition we highly encourage you to consult your doctor before starting this or any other health supplement.

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