Eat Living Food
Improve physical and mental health
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Experience a new level of health
Reset your bodies microbiome

Eat the way mother nature designed us to
Experience new flavors, textures, and a nutritional boost from veggies not available in markets

You're fighting billions of microbes for control of your stomach.

Eat from living Veggies to improve health
Eating the way mother nature designed us to is really
important to our physical & mental health.


Key to health

The human gut is more complex than previously thought and has a huge impact on whole-body health. A healthy gut contributes to a strong immune system, heart health, brain health, improved mood, healthy sleep, and effective digestion, and it may help prevent some cancers and autoimmune diseases.
The gut microbiota

Reduce cravings and the volume of food you eat

A healthy biome is found to reduce your craving of high saturated fats and sugar laden foods. Eating from healthy living plants will trigger your body's natural cut off switch to stop eating; dramatically reducing the amount of food you eat.
Natural weight-loss helper

Improve your metabolism

Improving your gut microbiota is found to increase your body's metabolism and its efficiency in processing nutrients from food. The gut microbiota are becoming widely appreciated for its role in regulating metabolism and thus represents a target for new therapies to combat obesity and associated co-morbidities.
Built for the job

Improves mental health

Maintaining a healthy microbiota can reduce mental illnesses like depression, anxiety, autism, dementia, Alzheimer's and more. A healthy microbiota is also found to improve cognitive brain functions and aid in reducing the effect of stress on the body.
Keep the mind healthy

Probiotics vs Plants

Using probiotics to improve your gut biome is questionable, we don't know what microbes do what, what is a good serving size, which microbes you may be needing more of or what the microbes in the probiotics will do to the other microbes currently in your gut. If the probiotic microbes over populate your gut then you will lack the diversity needed for a healthy biome. Many microscopic organisms can not be cultured in a lab; they must come from a natural environment. Eat from living plants for fresh microbes and nutrition. As you consume the veggies the natural process that evolution has working out over millions of years will take place. As you chew your veggies saliva is released, beginning the processing of the food.
Nature has it covered

Variety is important

Changes in farming practices over the last 50 years have resulted in decreased agro-diversity which, in turn, has resulted in decreased dietary diversity. The more different types of plants a person eats, the higher their gut microbiome diversity.
microbiota diversity

The clock is ticking

University of California studies show that most produce lose 30 percent of nutrients three days after harvest. Some spinach can lose 90 percent within the first 24 hours after harvest.
Fresh is best

Food Intolerance

Newly cultivated vegetables from artificial selection of favorable crops such as corn, tomatoes, grains, and beans are killing us slowly like a leaky faucet of inflammation running through the gut to the whole body.
What are we eating

Starts with the soil

Healthy soil gives us healthy plants. The importance of microbial diversity in the soil is key to us getting nutrient rich plants to eat.

The soil

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