SUPERCHARGE THE SEASON


There is no better time of year to eat fresh and simply with herbs, fruits, and vegetables all at their peak.

Bursting with color and flavor, these seasonal favorites are truly a testament to nature. Rich in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, many of these summer faves are natural immunity boosters and anti-inflammatory warriors. And, they are so versatile–perfect in smoothies, pestos, soups, as salad toppings or dessert offerings.

Apricots

High in antioxidants and pectin and cellulose; apricots enhance digestion (by helping move your bowels) and fight free radicals; they also help reduce cholesterol by moving plaque along; nice dose of iron; use as a topping on acai bowls or in a stir fry for natural sweetness

Basil

Anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory and a powerful adaptogen, meaning basil can adapt to your body’s needs and combat stress; try it in our homemade pesto or as a fresh topping on our lifestyle Salmon Stir-Fry dish

Blueberries

Rich in vitamin C, vitamin K, manganese and antioxidants, blueberries promote long life and fight free radicals; use as a topping on anything, especially our acai bowls; drink a Berry Bliss Smoothie (add vegan protein) for an easy breakfast or try our Quinoa Hemp Blueberry bowl in the Lifestyle Fridge

Cantaloupe

Contains carotenoids and vitamin A which help fight free radicals, boost brain power, and slow the aging process; look for it in our seasonal fruit bowls and parfaits

Celery

High in enzymes, fiber, antioxidants and vitamin K; celery is a great diuretic, reduces bloating and can improve your cholesterol levels; find it in our Lifestyle Chop Salad, tuna and chicken salads, as well as our tummy-flattening Liberation and Truly Green cold-pressed juices

Cherries

High levels of antioxidants fight free radicals, therefore, reducing Alzheimer’s Disease risk and more; contain melatonin so may help with sleep; add it to a quinoa salad or a cacao cherry almond milk smoothie

Collard Greens

A cruciferous vegetable; collard greens are high in fiber and many cancer fighting anti-oxidants; wrap your lunch in a collard green for a nutritious switch

Cucumber

Polyphenol compounds in cucumbers help with weight loss, sugar levels, and fighting free radicals; look for it in our cold-pressed juices, deli salads, or mix with an avocado and tomato for a quick salad on the go

Dill

Contains calcium, magnesium, antioxidants; Dill is anti-viral and anti-inflammatory; we love it mixed in with sweet potato salad or as a tuna or chicken salad topping

Peaches

Anti-bacterial and anti-fungal, peaches are great for your gut and amazing at fighting free radicals; a great addition to any salad or even tossed with arugula, caramelized onions, and eggs

Sweet / Bell Peppers

Very high in vitamin C and Vitamin A; peppers help boost immunity and possibly aid in weight loss; try it in our Sweet Potato Hash or Thai Tofu

Pineapple

Filled with vitamin C, potassium, manganese; pineapples can help with indigestion as well as alleviate asthma symptoms; aids your body in breaking down proteins, thus the reason it is part of our Mexi Steak dish; try it morning, noon or night for a mood-boosting, digestion-enhancing effect

Plums

High in vitamins and minerals; plums (and prunes which are the dried version of plums) have a gentle laxative effect, as well as aid in fighting free radicals; add to a quinoa salad or make a plum salsa to go with fish and lean meats

Raspberries

Containing ellagic acid and anthocyanin; raspberries may fight free radicals as well as contribute fiber and minerals that aid in weight loss; a perfect acai topping or part of a smoothie; buy them frozen and organic to keep in your freezer for quick summery treats

Tomato

Contain lycopene as well as vitamins C and A; tomatoes have been revealed to fight cancer and improve immunity; summer-ripe tomatoes are a great addition to any dish. We especially love it in our housemade, mild or spicy guacamole

Swiss Chard

High in almost every vitamin and mineral you can think of, Swiss Chard helps fight free radicals, improve bone health, and boost brain function; try it in a cold-pressed juice or sautéed with garlic for a perfect side

Watermelon

High in water and anti-inflammatory compounds, many athletes are drinking and eating watermelon to combat fatigue, ease muscle soreness and help with recovery; we love it in our cold-pressed juice Summer Cooler, as well as our seasonal fruit salads

Zucchini

High in water content and antioxidants, but low in calories, zucchini is great for aiding weight loss and enhancing immunity; try our zucchini “noodle” salad with housemade pesto or our Spicy Korean BBQ Krush meal

Apricots

High in antioxidants and pectin and cellulose; apricots enhance digestion (by helping move your bowels) and fight free radicals; they also help reduce cholesterol by moving plaque along; nice dose of iron; use as a topping on acai bowls or in a stir fry for natural sweetness

Blueberries

Rich in vitamin C, vitamin K, manganese and antioxidants, blueberries promote long life and fight free radicals; use as a topping on anything, especially our acai bowls; drink a Berry Bliss Smoothie (add vegan protein) for an easy breakfast or try our Quinoa Hemp Blueberry bowl in the Lifestyle Fridge

Celery

High in enzymes, fiber, antioxidants and vitamin K; celery is a great diuretic, reduces bloating and can improve your cholesterol levels; find it in our Lifestyle Chop Salad, tuna and chicken salads, as well as our tummy-flattening Liberation and Truly Green cold-pressed juices

Collard Greens

A cruciferous vegetable; collard greens are high in fiber and many cancer fighting anti-oxidants; wrap your lunch in a collard green for a nutritious switch

Dill

Contains calcium, magnesium, antioxidants; Dill is anti-viral and anti-inflammatory; we love it mixed in with sweet potato salad or as a tuna or chicken salad topping

Sweet / Bell Peppers

Very high in vitamin C and Vitamin A; peppers help boost immunity and possibly aid in weight loss; try it in our Sweet Potato Hash or Thai Tofu

Plums

High in vitamins and minerals; plums (and prunes which are the dried version of plums) have a gentle laxative effect, as well as aid in fighting free radicals; add to a quinoa salad or make a plum salsa to go with fish and lean meats

Tomato

Contain lycopene as well as vitamins C and A; tomatoes have been revealed to fight cancer and improve immunity; summer-ripe tomatoes are a great addition to any dish. We especially love it in our housemade, mild or spicy guacamole

Watermelon

High in water and anti-inflammatory compounds, many athletes are drinking and eating watermelon to combat fatigue, ease muscle soreness and help with recovery; we love it in our cold-pressed juice Summer Cooler, as well as our seasonal fruit salads

Basil

Anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory and a powerful adaptogen, meaning basil can adapt to your body’s needs and combat stress; try it in our homemade pesto or as a fresh topping on our lifestyle Salmon Stir-Fry dish

Cantaloupe

Contains carotenoids and vitamin A which help fight free radicals, boost brain power, and slow the aging process; look for it in our seasonal fruit bowls and parfaits

Cherries

High levels of antioxidants fight free radicals, therefore, reducing Alzheimer’s Disease risk and more; contain melatonin so may help with sleep; add it to a quinoa salad or a cacao cherry almond milk smoothie

Cucumber

Polyphenol compounds in cucumbers help with weight loss, sugar levels, and fighting free radicals; look for it in our cold-pressed juices, deli salads, or mix with an avocado and tomato for a quick salad on the go

Peaches

Anti-bacterial and anti-fungal, peaches are great for your gut and amazing at fighting free radicals; a great addition to any salad or even tossed with arugula, caramelized onions, and eggs

Pineapple

Filled with vitamin C, potassium, manganese; pineapples can help with indigestion as well as alleviate asthma symptoms; aids your body in breaking down proteins, thus the reason it is part of our Mexi Steak dish; try it morning, noon or night for a mood-boosting, digestion-enhancing effect

Raspberries

Containing ellagic acid and anthocyanin; raspberries may fight free radicals as well as contribute fiber and minerals that aid in weight loss; a perfect acai topping or part of a smoothie; buy them frozen and organic to keep in your freezer for quick summery treats

Swiss Chard

High in almost every vitamin and mineral you can think of, Swiss Chard helps fight free radicals, improve bone health, and boost brain function; try it in a cold-pressed juice or sautéed with garlic for a perfect side

Zucchini

High in water content and antioxidants, but low in calories, zucchini is great for aiding weight loss and enhancing immunity; try our zucchini “noodle” salad with housemade pesto or our Spicy Korean BBQ Krush meal