Cacao Berry CLARITY?
Super Nutrition Never Tasted or Felt SO GOOD!
Our Powerful, Delicious, and Super Nutritious Ingredients explain why…
Klamath Blue Green Algae? Tibetan Goji Berries Raw Cacao Nibs,
Mesquite Powder Miracle Krystal Salt?
1) Klamath Blue-Green Algae? (Aphanizomenon Flos-Aquae), has gained attention in recent years as the most nutrient-dense and perfectly balanced whole food on the planet; making it one of the most
vital, foundational superfoods in the health food market today. Often called “wild blue-green”, it grows wild and uncultivated in the pure, pristine waters of Upper Klamath Lake in Oregon. This cyanobacteria
microalgae is the most primitive of food sources, dating back over 3 billion years.
Blue-green algae is a most efficient photosynthesizer, using sunlight, carbon dioxide and nitrogen from
the air, and hydrogen from water to synthesize Proteins, Enzymes, Complex Carbohydrates, and Lipids,
(Essential Fatty Acids: Omega 3, Omega 6, EPA and GLA), and Nucleic Acids, RNA/DNA. The colloidal mineral sediment of Upper Klamath Lake, measured at depths of 35 feet, makes blue-green extremely rich in
a full-spectrum of minerals, including many essential trace elements. These minerals are in a chelated form,
meaning they are organically bound, and therefore highly bio-available.
Ounce for ounce, Blue-Green is also one of the richest sources of protein (up to 70%), much of it glycoprotein, which is already converted and ready for assimilation with 80% protein digestibility. It is
considered a “complete protein,” containing all eight essential amino acids in a profile that is nearly identical
to that required by the human body. Protein is necessary for keeping the immune system healthy and at its
optimum. Blue-green is a powerful immune system enhancer. It also contains most of the non-essential
amino acids and is rich in B vitamins, being the highest plant source of B-12, Beta Carotene, and non-toxic Vitamin A; also rich in vitamins C, E, K, Inosital, Choline, and Biotin. The soft glucose cell wall
makes it highly assimilable, and superior in digestibility and absorption.
AFA algae contains a host of all kinds of pigments and antioxidant compounds: extremely rich in Chlorophyll, which gives this algae its deep green color. Chlorophyll helps balance alkalinity and is a cell
regenerator, purifier and oxygenator. Phycocyanin, offers its intense blue hue, has natural
anti-inflammatory properties, boosts liver function, and has been shown to inhibit cancer and tumor
formations. Included in this algae are Carotenoids (the orange and yellow pigments). In addition to Beta
Carotene is lycopene and lutein.
Klamath Blue-Green Algae is best known for its amazing effect on the nervous system. Its ability to metabolize nitrogen directly from the air allows it to produce neuropeptides, which are the precursors for
neurotransmitters. Neurotransmitters are the chemical link, which carry messages from the brain to the body
and from the body back to the brain. The nervous system and brain “communicate” with each other every
minute of the day. If the amino acid peptide-link is strong then memory, mental function and the health of
the nervous system are very much heightened. Blue-green is a neural stimulant that most people find quite
positive, providing sharper mental focus and alertness. Its brain-enhancing qualities make it a potentially
powerful mentally healing food. On subtler levels, it can have spiritually integrating properties. For body
and mind, it is considered one of Nature’s most potent regenerators.
What makes Klamath Blue-Green different from most algae on the market is that it is harvested in its natural state; so purely grown in its own wild habitat. The extraordinary and natural environment in which
wild blue-green algae grows is impossible to duplicate on algae farms. It is virtually pollution-free. It is harvested from the summer bloom in the middle of the deepest part of Upper Klamath Lake. The greatest
purity of blue-green is found there. The clean air, mineral-rich water, and high intensity sunlight makes this
a perfect growth medium for this nutrient-dense whole food. This Klamath Blue Green Algae? is
Certified Organic, using proprietary filtration and processing, ensuring the highest purity and consistent
quality since 1989.
2) Tibetan Goji Berries, Gou qi zi, translated as Goji Berry, is a 12-15 foot bush growing naturally
in the cool, fertile valley regions of Tibet. The true Tibetan Goji Berry is not to be confused with Chinese
Wolfberries (or Lycium Barbarum), and it would not be correct to call these berries “Goji”. Tibetan Goji
Berries are recognized as clearly having a far greater nutritive value than all of the other 80 types of Lycium
varieties. These red Berries are harvested in the late summer and early autumn by being shaken onto screens
and dried in the shade so that no discoloration occurs. Every year, they are tested for purity; free of any
chemical pesticides. Pure and wildcrafted, these berries exceed any organic standards because they are wildcrafted and have greater nutritive potency and efficacy than cultivated varieties such as Lycium
Barbarum, abundantly available from China. The Goji Berry Cooperative, a fair trade organization, provides
an outlet for Tibetan and Mongolian berries that ensure the safety, tradition, continuation, growing, and
proper handling of this treasure.
Goji, the “happy berry,” is a superior fruit due to its tonic nature of radiating good health and vitality.
Scientific Research backed by 40 University Studies show that Tibetan Goji Berries are extremely rich in
carotenoids, including Beta Carotene; also loaded with vitamins B1, B2, and B6. Research shows that this
small red fruit improves low level energy conditions such as insomnia, anxiety, nervousness, and helps with
blood clearing and has regulating properties of capillary and collagen structure. Also helps with
inflammation, auto-immune, bacterial, viral, and immune function modulation, and cardiovascular conditions.
Also discovered is how these berries support the building of muscle tissue, DNA repair and restoration, and
support our general well being.
This fruit of longevity has been found to: correct and balance many chi (or life-force energy) deficiencies,
stimulate T-cell function (which helps for conditions of anemia) by building blood and encouraging
lymphocyte activity, keeping the blood clean, thus supporting the circulatory system. Goji is said to help
support proper digestion and assimilation of nutrients, which is fundamental to our health.
Goji Berries contain 18 Amino Acids and 21 trace minerals, such as zinc, iron (11 mg per 100 grams), copper, calcium, germanium, selenium and phosphorus. Also extremely rich in vitamin E, high Essential Fatty Acids, vitamin C, and a wide array of rich complex Polysaccharide Flavonoids, that strengthen the immune system; prominent in Zeaxanthins. One of these polysaccharides has been found to powerfully
stimulate the secretion of rejuvenating human growth hormone by the pituitary gland. These phytonutrients
(called polysaccharide glyconutrients), have very high ORAC ratings, and are known to inhibit lipid
peroxidation, contain and increase SOD (superoxide dismutase) levels and gluthathione rich components to
keep cells working at optimal levels.
Tibetan Goji Berries also proves to be an excellent source of antioxidants! It is no wonder that these berries are gaining in popularity as a most powerful anti-aging food!
3) Raw Cacao Nibs, Theobroma Cacao, the tree’s scientific name, literally means “The Food of
the Gods.” Indigenous to Central and South America, the cacao tree is the commonly called “chocolate
tree.” Without cacao beans, which are the seeds of the cacao fruit, there is no chocolate. The universal love of chocolate is well founded in its remarkable properties, and is known as the most revered food in all the
rainforest. It has a biochemical and pharmacological complexity unmatched by any other food source in the
jungle. Ancient Central American cultures even used raw cacao beans as a form of money; (money does
grow on trees!). Montezuma, emperor of the Aztec empire, had treasure vaults packed with cacao beans.
Cacao has been newly recognized as a superfood in its own right. It is literally a powerhouse of nutrients, ranging from carbohydrates (at 40%), protein (average 14%), free-form amino acids, essential fats and fatty
acids (extracted as cocoa butter), bioflavonoids, minerals, to a variety of compounds with well-known
pleasant, enhancing pharmacological properties. With regard to minerals, it is high in sulfur, magnesium, and
calcium. In fact, cacao is considered to be one of the higher assimilable sources of magnesium (at .5%) in all
of nature. Magnesium is a mineral that has important functions throughout the body, supporting both the
heart and the brain, both muscles and bones. Magnesium has a soothing effect in menstruation, which is
thought to be one reason why women crave chocolate at certain times.
Raw Cacao is also surprisingly rich in antioxidant bioflavonoids, at the high level of 10%. Studies have shown it to have higher levels of polyphenol flavonoids than either red wine or green tea. In the ORAC scale
used to measure the antioxidant levels of fruits and vegetables, cacao came out at the far, high end of the
chart. It is considered, in fact, to be one of he richest sources of antioxidants of any food. Flavonoid
properties include improvement of microcirculation and the flexibility of blood vessels, helping in collagen
and connective tissue formation, and being anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial. The antioxidants in cacao
have been shown to reduce LDL (“bad cholesterol”) oxidation.
The pharmacology of cacao is extraordinary! Chocolate is of course well-known for its mood enhancing, mildly stimulating properties, being associated with romance and love, feelings of well-being, pleasure, and
bliss. A few of the substances identified in it that produce these effects are: anandamide, arginine, dopamine,
histamine, serotonin, tryptophan, phenylethylamine (PEA), and theobromine. A number of these
biochemicals, (anandamide, dopamine, histamine, serotonin), are neurotransmitters, one of which,
anandamide, is known as the “bliss chemical.” Phenylethylamine is a precursor to neurotransmitters that control attention, alertness, and that elevated feeling of well-being. Tryptophan, an amino acid, is another of
cacao’s mood-enhancing components, being important in the production of serotonin, considered our
primary neurotransmitter, in addition to others, such as melatonin, which is beneficial for sleep. Chocolate is
known for its anti-depressant effect because of its high levels of natural serotonin, dopamine, and
phenylethylamine. The natural aphrodisiac property of chocolate has its source in cacao’s amino acid
Cacao beans, chopped as nibs, provide all of its natural nourishment without any of the adulteration that
you find with processed chocolate on the market. Our sun-dried criollo cacao nibs are Certified Organically
grown in Peru, near Machu Picchu.
4) Mesquite is often referred to as “The Stabilizer”. The mesquite tree is found in the Middle East, India, South Africa, Brazil, Mexico, and the American Southwest. It is in the family of Leguminosae and is
native to deserts, so it is heat and drought tolerate. Traditional uses included woodworking and mesquite
charcoal. It has deep roots like alfalfa, which can go down as far as 100 feet. The mesquite tree produces
bean pods which are milled whole to make a ground meal.
Mesquite is also another traditional food, newly discovered, like quinoa and amaranth. As with
copomo in Mexico, cacao worldwide, and many sustainable trees that provide fruit, nuts, and seeds, mesquite
is known for its continuous yields that provide both nutrition and a sustainable livelihood. Mesquite
stabilizes the land (arroyos, banks, hills) as well as the body.
Mesquite is an antifungal, antimicrobial, and antispasmodic. It helps stop excessive bleeding and fevers. It is used in first aid as a paste for stings, scrapes, cuts, and insect bits. Mesquite contains soluble fiber and is
a slow acting carbohydrate. It therefore helps balance and control blood sugar by its slower, steady rate of
absorption into the bloodstream. Diabetes is a decline in glucose tolerance. Mesquite is an antidiabetic
natural sweetener (often made into a porridge) which, because it contains fructose, provides effective use of
insulin metabolism, plus having high fiber. Its glycemic index is 25.
Many of the Southwest native peoples who have abandoned mesquite and other traditional foods for a
modern diet have had to contend with obesity and diabetes. When returning to a traditional diet, these
problems are greatly controlled. Historically, the Southwest desert tradition that used lima beans, chia seeds,
prickly pear pods, squash, red and white corn, anasazi beans, amaranth and Pinole (toasted ground cornmeal),
all that complement mesquite meal, have provided health and survival benefits and future security to arid
Like dehulled hemp seeds, mesquite is mineral rich, providing in particular calcium, magnesium, potassium, iron, sulfur, and manganese. Mesquite is on the average 14% protein. Its high lysine content
provides a perfect balance to the high arginine of cacao. Often used in desserts, it has a thickening and
We return to the desert and its most primal essence...the Mesquite tree.
5) Miracle Krystal Salt? from the foothills of the Himalayan Mountains, provides the necessary
blueprint of Minerals lacking in the modern diet. Without sufficient minerals the body cannot function
properly, since minerals are essential in every biochemical process that sustains life.
Contains up to 72 to 84 full-spectrum minerals in a concentrated ionic form; also including essential trace
minerals. These are all the minerals that are found in blood plasma and that the human body needs to
function well. Charged minerals called electrolytes keep the body in a biochemical balance, especially
helping to alkalize the blood, as most people are too acidic. They also help keep cells properly hydrated.
These charged minerals are cofactors to vitamins, enzymes, and herbs, and are important in collagen
synthesis, nerve function, and hormone regulation. Electrolytes are important in brain function and in the
regulating of the heart.
Mineral electrolytes in Miracle Krystal Salt are released as highly charged ions that are immediately
absorbable and ready to function in biochemical processes. This source of vital, essential minerals are high
in magnesium, which is important for calcium assimilation and nerve transmisión.
This is salt in a crystalline form that still contains its full matrix of minerals, and is taken from a 250 million year old mine which was once a large ocean. The minerals in this ancient salt provide a much higher
life force than most sea salts and especially any commercial plain salt on the market. Note: Commercial
table salt (NaCl) is quite detrimental to the body in comparison. It promotes water retention, rather than
proper tissue hydration, and therefore contributes to swelling, and eventually to tissue rigidity. It is stripped
of the full spectrum of essential minerals.
Miracle Krystal Salt is a powerful catalyst and a “carrier” for all the other nutrients included in CacaoBerryCLARITY?.
A note about our chocolate: A portion of the profits from this product goes to Casa de Milagros (Home of Miracles) located in the Sacred Valley of Machu Picchu, Peru. 100% of our donations goes to benefit the
children at this orphanage, without any administration costs. For more information on how your dollar goes
to help these beautiful children, please visit the website: www.chandlersky.org
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