We only use the “Real” thing, the healthy thing, never a “replacement”. No “stand-ins”, just REAL Food!!!

almond and coconut flours, maple syrup, real fruit and decadent chocolate chips

almond flour

Rich in nutrients and protein

Coconut Flour

High in fiber and protein. Lower glycemic index than wheat


Rich in antioxidants and known for its healing properties


High in antioxidants and nutrient-dense

maple syrup

More than 67 different Antioxidants. Natural source of Vitamins and minerals, Lower glycemic index

chocolate chips

Premium quality, high in trace minerals and antioxidants


Real natural peanut butter – nothing else! This legume is a good source of protein.


What you leave out is as important as what you put in…check out our “NO” List:

no gluten, grain, corn, soy, dairy, eggs, refined sugars, tapioca starch or canola oil

Gluten and wheat products may be connected to the development of leaky gut syndrome. Eating grain-free may help improve overall health, helping to reduce inflammation, balance the gut biome, aid in weight loss efforts and increase energy levels.

Some people need to avoid gluten for health reasons, such as celiac disease or gluten sensitivity. Gluten can trigger an immune response that damages the lining of the gut.  For others, a gluten-free diet just makes them feel more energetic and healthier. “Gluten is considered an “antinutrient” and can be hard to digest for nearly all people, whether they have a gluten intolerance or not.” Dr. Axe
Like all grains, corn contains prolamins, which are a class of proteins that your body can’t properly break down and which can lead to or exacerbate leaky gut and the growth of bad bacteria in your gut. In addition, almost all corn grown in the US is GMO.

Not everyone can digest dairy. About 75% of the world’s population is genetically unable to properly digest milk and other dairy products — a problem called lactose intolerance. Dairy may also effect GI system and skin.

Eggs are one of the most common allergy-causing foods for children.

Soy contains goitrogens, substances that may negatively affect the thyroid by blocking iodine absorption.

Soy contains isoflavones, which act like estrogen in the body. Since many breast cancers need estrogen to grow, it would stand to reason that soy could increase breast cancer risk.

Because soy contains phytoestrogens, men may worry about including it in their diet.

More than 90% of the soy produced in the United States is genetically modified

Refined sugar is rapidly absorbed into the bloodstream and can cause unhealthy spikes in blood sugar and insulin levels. Refined sugar has been processed to eliminate all naturally found trace minerals that help the body regulate blood sugar.