Green Clean Protein

The glass at a glance

  • heart
  • inflammation


  • 70g Tofu
  • 60g white grapes
  • 60g broccoli florets
  • 50g garden peas
  • 50g curly kale
  • 1tbsp pea protein
  • 1tbsp milled flax seeds
  • 1tsp Spirulina

Super foods broccoli and Kale unite! Both are super at fighting inflammation with anti oxidants, protecting heart health, eyes and aiding digestion. You’re probably not even thinking about Peas but don’t underestimate these little powerhouses of nutrition. Packed full with fibre, protein and micronutrients you’ll get energy, a strong immune system and anti ageing goodness. Antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds support healthy blood vessels and reduce homocysteine levels which are a factor for heart disease. We think Peas just earned their stripes as a super food too.

So along with a disease fighting Trio we’ve added Tofu which is a good source of protein and contains all eight essential amino acids. It’s also an excellent source of iron, calcium and minerals helping you fight free radicals and heart disease. Sweet Grapes like the mighty pea have a range of health benefits from treating indigestion to kidney disorders and are full of powerful flavonoids to slow ageing and fight free radicals. A handful of cashews round off the taste with heart health benefits, antioxidants and important fats.

A little sprinkling of Hemp powder goes a long way benefiting heart health, digestion and dry skin conditions. Hello Spirulina! Yeah, you know only THE Most Nutrient Dense Food On the Planet which is going to give you things other foods can’t. Like anti inflammatory GLA which usually has to be produced by the body. Spirulina is one of the best plant sources of iron, equal to eggs in its protein content and has over 26 times the calcium in milk. Wow talk about saving the best for last. Spirulina might be our new favourite super food super hero.