Anyone who wants a daily dose of protein, fiber and long-lasting energy without the midday crash in a plant sourced formula.*
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Clean Clinical Vitamins®
Anyone who wants a daily dose of protein, fiber and long-lasting energy without the midday crash in a plant sourced formula.*
Protein is essential for a healthy diet but those who follow a vegan or vegetarian diet can sometimes be void of proper amounts. Whether enjoyed as a morning protein shake, as a meal replacement or as a refuel post-workout, the blend of greens, herbs, botanicals, probiotics and fiber provides all the necessities for keeping you energized and feeling good all day.*
• The perfect way to start the day
• pH balancing and alkalizing*
• Provides protein, fiber and the fuel your body needs
Mix two scoops of powder with milk or almond milk and enjoy.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. On a baking sheet, place parchment paper and spray it with avocado oil.
In a medium bowl, mash the bananas. Add PlantYourDay, oats and peanut butter to the bananas and mix together. Next, add cacao chips and the remaining ingredients and mix thoroughly.
Using an ice cream scooper or large spoon, place mixture onto the baking sheet and bake for 12 minutes. Let cool for 5 minutes.
Mix nut butter, hone and salt in a bowl. Add PlantYourDay to the mixture and continue to mix all ingredients together until texture is firm.
Scoop the mixture into the palm of your hands making small balls.
Place coatings into small bowls and roll each ball in the coating. Refrigerate until the coating is set.
In a large bowl, combine the eggs, PlantYourDay, baking powder and water or almond milk.
Pour the batter into 1/3 cup portions.
Spray a skillet with cooking spray and pour the batter into the heated skillet.
When pancakes begin to form bubbles, flip.
Serve with toppings and/or organic pure maple syrup.
Place the ingredients in a blender until smooth.
Pour mixture into popsicle molds and freeze until solid.
Place all the ingredients into a blender and blend on high until smooth.
Preheat the oven to 350 F. Line a muffin pan with liners.
Blend the oats and dates together until smooth. Place the mixture into a mixing bowl and add PlantYourDay, baking powder and cinnamon.
Melt the coconut oil in a microwave for 1 minute. Add and mix in the eggs and almond milk until mixture is smooth.
Make a well in the middle of the dry ingredients and add in the liquid ingredients. Fold 12 to 14 times. Do not stir.
Fold in the raisins.
Pour the batter into the pan and bake for 20 to 25 minutes.
Remove the muffins and let cool.
In a blender, blend the banana and milk. Add the cocoa and chia seeds. Blend until smooth.
Pour the mixture into a bowl and add PlantYourDay.
Place the mixture in the refrigerator and let it settle for 30 minutes.
Place all ingredients into the blender and blend on high until smooth.
In a food processor, grind the oats and place into a mixing bowl.
Add almond flour, PlantYourDay, cinnamon, almond butter and mix into the oats.
Mix in honey and vanilla.
Roll the mixture into 1-inch balls and place on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper.
Freeze the balls for 20 to 30 minutes.
In a bowl, mix the milk, PlantYourDay and chia seeds.
Cover the mixture with plastic wrap and refrigerate overnight.
Add raspberries and peaches to a cup and layer the mixture. Top with more fruit and the nuts.
In a bowl, add the powder, coconut flour and sea salt, then whisk together.
Add the applesauce, almond milk and almond extract.
Stir until fluffy and mixed.
Fold the cacao chips into the mixture.
Make small, even balls using your hands. Roll the dough balls in the shredded coconut.
Refrigerate for 10 to 15 minutes or until semi-solid.
Place ice, milk, banana, almond butter, honey, cocoa powder and PlantYourDay in a blender.
Blend the ingredients until smooth.
Put all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth.
In a blender, add all ingredients. Mix of high until blended.
Rich in unsaturated fatty acids (which can play a role in the disease prevention and promote health) pumpkin seeds are highly nutritional and rich in nutraceutical components such as unsaturated fatty acids especially palmitic acid, stearic acid, oleic acid and linoleic acid.*
Organic pea protein is beneficial to both cardiovascular and gastrointestinal health. Of all the proteins on the market, pea protein is said to use the fewest resources (like water and fertilizer). Peas are also rich in lysine, which assists in the conversion of fatty acids into energy.*
Sea kelp is a natural source of vitamins A, B1, B2, C, D and E, as well as minerals including zinc, iodine, magnesium, iron, potassium, copper and calcium. The large brown seaweed also contains the highest natural concentration of calcium of any food—10 times more than milk.*
A nutritional powerhouse and a time-tested ‘greens’, broccoli is well known for its fiber-, mineral-, vitamin- and antioxidant-rich content. An excellent source of vitamin C, broccoli helps to reduce inflammation levels.*
Barley grass is a functional food that is nutritious and helpful in detoxifying the cells in the body. It is often used for circulatory disorders, reducing obesity, anti-diabetes, anti-arthritis, reducing cholesterol, antioxidant and anti-inflammation. Barley grass may be one of the best functional foods for preventive chronic diseases.*
Rich in chlorophyll, flavonoids, and vitamins C and E, wheatgrass (mostly the fermented wheat germ extract) has demonstrated benefits to immunological activity and oxidative stress.*
A weed that is rich in omega-3 fatty acids—some experts say it contains the highest source—purslane is also a rich source of potassium, magnesium and calcium. It is probably the best source of alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) and gamma-linolenic acid (LNA) of any green leafy vegetable. The antioxidant content and nutritional value of purslane are important for human consumption.*
Alfalfa is often used in traditional medicine due to its high protein, calcium and vitamin count, and its low percentage of cellulose. It contains several enzymes, including amylase, invertase, and pectinase, so it can be used as a digestive aids.*
Often called ‘nature’s best detoxifier’ because of its ability to bind to heavy metals, chlorella, is loaded with omega-3s. It’s also chock-full of protein, vitamins, iron, fiber and minerals.*
A popular herbal remedy with a long-standing history in Eastern medicine, ginseng is lauded for its multiple benefits, including boosting energy, lowering blood sugar and cholesterol levels, reducing stress, promoting relaxation, improving thinking and cognition.*
Dandelion extract has been used for hundreds of years to treat various ailments. Some studies report dandelion has anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidative and diuretic.*
Rich in antioxidants and essential nutrients, turmeric is loaded with vitamins, iron, manganese and fiber. This potent anti-inflammatory improves brain health, detoxifies the liver, aids in wound healing to promote healthier skin and reduces UVB-induced sun damage.*
Commonly found in America, Europe, Latin America, Northern Africa and Asia, and perhaps one of the most widely prescribed medicinal plants, horsetail is used for its diuretic effects because of its high amounts of flavonoids, saponins, phenolic compounds, minerals and alkaloids.*
Milk thistle is a flowering plant that comes from the same family of plants as the daisy and is a natural remedy to treat a range of health conditions, especially liver issues.*
This plant-derived soluble fiber helps to absorb water, encourages the digestive system to function properly and can help reduced blood sugar levels. Fiber is an extremely important component of a healthy diet.*
The berry fruit of the dog rose plant, rosehip is lauded for its anti-inflammatory benefits due to a specific type of glycolipid known as a galactolipid. Besides anti-inflammatory properties, the vitamin C-rich powder has demonstrated antioxidant activity too.*
Deemed a superfood, beetroot has attracted attention as a functional food. Beetroot, which is rich in several bioactive and phytochemical compounds, may have important implications for managing cardiovascular health. It also contains highly bioactive pigments known as betalains, which have high antioxidant and anti-inflammatory capabilities in vitro.*
With more than 250 species of cinnamon available worldwide, this flavorful spice contains vital oils and other derivatives, such as cinnamaldehyde, cinnamic acid and cinnamate. It is a powerful antioxidant and has anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial qualities.
With its sweet taste and low calorie count, fiber-rich raspberries are high in vitamins and minerals. Known for their antioxidant benefits, the plant compounds in raspberries may protect against cellular damage.*
Historically, goji berries were used in ancient Chinese for medicinal purposes. Today, goji berries are heralded for being a good source of vitamins and minerals, and adding a hint of sweet flavor to food. The berry also boasts high levels of antioxidants, most notably zeaxanthin, which is what gives it its bright red color.*
The small, edible seeds found in pomegranates have one of the most impressive nutrient profiles of all the fruit species. Rich in antioxidants, fiber and protein, they contain two of the most powerful antioxidants: punicalagins and punicic acid.*
Low in sugar, peaches have been shown to help ward off obesity-related diseases. The fruit (as well as other stone fruits, which are fruits with one large pit), has bioactive and phenolic compounds that may help to reduce the bad cholesterol.*
Low in calories and readily available, antioxidant-rich blueberries are loaded with antioxidants and fiber. The main antioxidant compounds in blueberries belong to a family of polyphenols antioxidants called flavonoids. One group of flavonoids in particular—anthocyanins—is thought to be responsible for much of the berries’ beneficial health effects.*
A type of soluble fiber found in many plants, inulin is low in calories and is converted by gut bacteria into short-chain fatty acids. These fatty acids provide several health benefits like improving digestive health, relieving constipation, promoting weight loss.*
Grape seeds are rich in antioxidants like phenolic acids, anthocyanins, flavonoids and oligomeric proanthocyanidin complexes (OPCs). The high levels of antioxidants are believed to help protect against oxidative stress, tissue damage and inflammation.*
High in antioxidants, green tea is one of the most powerful—and healthiest—beverages on the market. Rich in polyphenols, which is known to reduce inflammation and and a catechin (natural antioxidants) known as EGCG, which helps reduce the formation of free radicals, green tea is used in a variety of applications because of its age- and damage-reducing abilities. It is also beneficial in increasing the rate at which fat burns by boosting metabolism.*
Derived from the enzymes in pineapples, bromelain is often used to decrease and prevent inflammation and bruising and assist in digestion.*
A naturally occurring amino acid, taurine boasts a variety of benefits, like maintaining proper hydration and electrolyte balance in the cells, forming bile salts, which play an important role in digestion, regulating minerals within cells, supporting the general function of the central nervous system and eyes and regulating immune system health and antioxidant function.*
An essential mineral that is imperative for proper bodily functions, magnesium helps strengthen bones (to prevent osteoporosis) and can help delay cardiovascular system and heart-related problems.*
A mineral often found in supplements and food (meat, wholegrains and some fruits), chromium is associated with enhancing the action of insulin, a hormone that plays a critical role in the metabolism and storage of fat, carbohydrates and protein.*
An essential mineral obtained through your diet, selenium doubles as an antioxidant, to protect against free radical damage, and reduce DNA damage. It also promotes heart health.*
Vitamin B2 can be found in grains, plants, and dairy products. Also called riboflavin, it is necessary for breaking down food, protein, fat and carbohydrates, and absorbing nutrients and maintaining healthy tissues. Vitamin B2 needs to be consumed daily, because the body can only store small amounts of it.*
Also known as vitamin B3, niacin may help lower cholesterol and triglycerides, ease arthritis and boost brain function, among other benefits.*
Significant to protein, fat and carbohydrate metabolism and the creation of red blood cells and neurotransmitters, vitamin B6 is important for mood regulation and brain health. The body cannot produce vitamin B6, so it must be obtained from foods or supplements.*
Critical for a multitude of health-related benefits, vitamin B12
supports the normal function of your nerve cells and is needed for red blood cell formation and DNA synthesis. It also helps to boost your energy, improve your memory and help prevent heart disease.*
One of the B vitamins found in leafy green vegetables, fruits, dried beans and peas, folic acid helps the body produce and maintain new cells, particularly red blood cells.*
Considered one of the newer nutrients (it was discovered in the late 1980s), choline is required for normal bodily function and human health. Though the liver can make small amounts of choline, the majority of it still must be obtained through your diet. Grouped together with B vitamins, because of its similarities, choline impacts liver function, healthy brain development, muscle movement, the nervous system, cell structure and function and metabolism.*
Cacao is essentially unprocessed chocolate that’s supercharged with magnesium, flavanoids, calcium, iron, zinc, copper, potassium and manganese. It also helps with muscle structure and enhances nerve function. Raw cacao is made by cold-pressing unroasted cocoa beans these nutritional wins aren’t lost during processing.*
With a laundry list of healing properties, the first discovery of the medicinal properties of aloe vera was first detailed in 1550 BC. While the most popular use of aloe vera is for treating sunburned skin, it is use is often promoted for the treatment of wounds and hair loss. When taken orally, aloe vera (in gel form) may help lower cholesterol levels and blood sugar level (in those with diabetes).*
Derived from plant sources, vitamin D2 helps the body absorb calcium and phosphorus, both of which are essential for strong, healthy bones. Besides promoting bone health, vitamin D also plays a critical role in maintaining healthy brain, heart and skin tissue, and preventing disease.*
Thiamine helps maintain the health of nerves and muscles in the body as well as the heart. It also enables the body to use carbohydrates as energy. When thiamine levels are low, mitochondria dysfunction, heart conditions and nerve issues can occur.*
Known as a Brazilian ‘superfruit’, acai offers a multitude of health and well-being benefits. Loaded with trace minerals like chromium, zinc, iron, copper, manganese and potassium, the most notable benefit of the fruit is that it contains antioxidant-rich anthocyanins, which is what gives the berries its deep color.*
The overall taste is chocolate, but because we put all the good stuff in PlantYourDay you may notice a bit of a mild ‘green’ undertone.
We recommend mixing two scoops of PlantYourDay with 3/4 cup of any type of milk—cow’s milk, almond milk, nut milk, whatever you fancy.
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