Our planet has an abundant array of delicious superfoods to help us on our daily journey. We now have access to these valuable resources and the capacity to share it.

Scroll down to find out more about the universe of amazing superfoods and why we use these genetically untampered ingredients in our unique recipes.


Superfoods are defined as those foods that have high amounts of flavonoids and micro and macro nutrients including high concentrations of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants while being low in calories. Superfoods are so nutrient-dense that they may boost your immune system to help fight aging and illness. They also provide a natural and easily digestible energy source with no excessive peak or withdrawal experience.


Superfoods provide an excellent source of flavonoids and micronutrients.

Superfoods contain high concentrations of vitamins and minerals.

Raw superfoods are rich in digestive enzymes for nutrient absorption.

Superfoods are rich in dietary fibre helping slow down sugar absorption.

Wildcrafted Living Food Portal uses some of the most potent superfoods on the planet. 

Scroll down to learn more about the ones we use.

Used as a staple food in Aztec culture, the tiny Chia Seeds deliver a powerful nutritional package. Besides assisting in the removal of heavy metals, Chia is packed with omega-3, anti-oxidants, calcium, protein, potassium and iron.

Central to ancient Meso-American cultural life, Cacao is our planet’s most complete food and is packed with antioxidants, magnesium, iron, zinc, calcium and bliss nutrients that keep you energised, happy and most importantly, healthy.

This amazing adaptogen from the Peruvian Andes contains over 55 naturally occurring phyto-chemicals, 20 free-form fatty acids and vitamins B1, B2, C and E. Maca may help regulate/optimise hormones and the immune system.

Goji Berries are a staple of Tibetan life & are used in Chinese medicine as a tonic for kidneys and the liver and to boost “chi” energy. Rich in protein, they have high levels of antioxidants, Vitamins A and C, 16 amino acids and 21 trace minerals.

Native North American desert dwellers flourished eating stone- ground mesquite seed-pods. May assist digestion, mineral absorption and balance blood-sugar levels. Rich in amino acids, lysine, potassium, iron, zinc and protein.


Many of our living superfoods are sourced from native habitats and some are even harvested by tribal co-ops using a wildcrafting method. This method creates soil conditions that are perfect for those plants, resulting in an optimum nutritional outcome. Not only are they certified organic, but many are low-processed in their wholefood state so you can be assured that the nutritional profile remains as intact as possible.

This nutrient dense, exotic Peruvian fruit is known as the “Gold of the Incas”. It’s an excellent source of carbs and fibre, rich in niacin (B3) beta-carotene and iron and may enhance cell growth, improve nervous system function.

Found everywhere in the tropics, coconut is a wonder superfood. It helps speed up metabolism, has amazing anti-fungal and anti- bacterial properties, is low GI, high in dietary fibre and may improve healthy heart and digestion.

Eminating from Central Asia, almonds have been a staple for thousands of years thanks to their high source of protein, vitamin E, fibre, manganese and antioxidants. They are also effective in lowering LDL cholesterol for healthy hearts.

Ancient North American society thrived on cranberries, since it’s packed with antioxidants and high in vitamin C, fibre and manganese. Cranberries may help reduce the risk of heart disease and prevent urinary-tract infection.

Growing abundantly in the deserts of Mexico, organic agave nectar is a low-processed sweetener providing minerals and enzymes missing in other vegan sweeteners. Rich in prebiotic inulin it releases slowly into the bloodstream.