Ingredients

"Don’t eat anything your great grandmother wouldn’t recognize as food."                                                                              —Michael Pollan

CAN CAN Cleanse beverages are made with organic ingredients you can pronounce and your great grandmother would recognize as food. The ingredients are never processed, packaged or pretend. The vegetables and fruits are sourced locally from my favorite Sonoma and Central Valley farms, whenever possible. 

Benefits of my favorite ingredients...

 

Lemon:

Excellent source of vitamin C, A, B6, postassium, magnesium, folic acid and flavonoids. Lemons aid in digestion and are alkaline forming.

Ginger:

Widely know for its anti-inflammatory compounds. Ginger is also an antioxidant and stimulates digestion.

Cabbage:

This cruciferous vegetable is a nutrient-rich source of vitamin C, B6 potassium, folic acid, calcium, magnesium, biotin and manganese.

Kale:

One of the most highly nutritious vegetables, it is a great source of carotenes (beta-carotene and lutein), vitamin C, B6, B1, B2 and E, manganese, copper, and iron. Very strong anticancer benefits.

Parsley:

Extremely good source of chlorophyll, carotenes, vitamin C, folic acid, iron, calcium, potassium, zinc and magnesium.

Mint:

This aromatic plant is a wonderful digestant as it soothes gastrointestinal distress. Also, rich in antioxidants and has cancer inhibiting properties.

Apple:

Great source of vitamin C, pectin, other fibers and potassium. This low-glycemic fruit, can help lower cholestrol levels and because of the soluble fiber, pectin, aids in eliminating waste from the gastrointestinal tract.

Cinnamon:

This spice is a circulatory stimulant, digestant, diuretic, antibiotic and antiulcerative.

Almonds:

Excellent source of monounsaturated and polyunsaturated oils, protein, potassium, magnesium, calcium, iron, zinc and vitamin E.

 

For a complete overview of CAN CAN Cleanse's nutritional benefits, please click here. Nutritional information adapted from The Encyclopedia of Healing Foods, Michael Murray, N.D.