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Detoxify Your Diet with Two Essential Ingredients

Chinese Compendium

When our bodies feel sluggish, so do our minds. That’s when it’s time for a detox.

From chemicals in the foods we eat to the products we use, our bodies are always affected.  Every element we encounter elicits a response within us regardless of whether we’re indirectly exposed to something or we consume it directly. And depending on how our bodies respond can even affect our own self-perception.

According to former New Jersey Senator Frank Lautenberg and the Safe Chemicals Act of 2011, “The average American has more than 200 industrial chemicals in their body, including dozens linked to cancer and other health problems.”

While we can attempt to be proactive when it comes to these aspects of our health, a fresh detox still leaves us feeling more rejuvenated and restored than before. While the word “detoxify” may sound intense, it’s actually as simple as consuming ingredients that cleanse our bodies of the harmful elements that invade them.

We’re big fans of incorporating these two superfoods to help you detoxify your diet:

  1. Mung Bean Sprouts

 Sprouts from vegetable or plant beans have a much higher amount of vitamins and minerals than beans without sprouts.  The sprouts in mung beans are like tiny caps filled with important organic compounds, vitamins, and minerals that our body can also utilize.

Mung beans have a variety of wholesome, health-centric purposes including everything from relieving an upset stomach or cold sore to boosting the immune system with its high concentration of vitamin-C.

In ancient herbal medicine books, mung beans were well known for their detoxification activities. Mung bean protein, tannin, and other polyphenols are thought to combine with organophosphorus pesticides, mercury, arsenic, and other heavy metals, promoting the excretion of sediments from the body. And now, modern medical studies are backing up what the ancients knew!

No matter how you slice it, from fiber to protein contents, mung bean sprouts are packed with nutrient-rich power and antioxidants perfect for detoxifying!

  1. Aronia Berries

While you may have never heard of these small-but-mighty fruits, Aronia berries are filled with vitamins and nutrients you will recognize: potassium, magnesium, vitamin C, and iron.

Plus, as part of the chokeberry family, these itty bitty berries also have some unique health benefits, such as helping with digestion or maintaining a healthy heart.

Both mung bean sprouts and Aronia berries are essential elements to any diet in need of a decent detox. At Karviva, we’ve utilized the power of these detoxifying superfoods.  By incorporating them into our Heal juice, all it takes is one serving to replenish your body with the vitamins and minerals that it’s craving!

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Karviva's formulations are inspired by ancient food wisdom, designed to nourish Qi (the vital energy source) and Blood (key bodily nutrients). Our drinks uniquely focus on clean, nutrient-dense ingredients and formulations that maximize food synergies, adhering to principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Ayurvedic Medicine. This holistic approach enhances the natural properties of each ingredient, offering unique health benefits.

Karviva Whole Plant Juices can be stored at room temperature. Once opened, they should be refrigerated and consumed within one week for optimal freshness.

Yes, daily consumption of Karviva Detox Juice, for instance, has led many customers to report health improvements after two weeks. However, individual experiences may vary.

Yes, our smoothies and coffee drinks need to be refrigerated and are best enjoyed within one to two days of opening.

Our all-natural, organic drinks are suitable for all, including pregnant women and children. We recommend checking for any personal food allergies.

Absolutely. Karviva drinks are an excellent choice for those managing blood sugar levels or reducing sugar and carb intake, thanks to their low glycemic index and beneficial ingredients like aronia berry and cinnamon.

We carefully select ingredients based on their ideal growth conditions to ensure their therapeutic benefits. Our sourcing strategy includes aronia berries from the Midwest USA, quinoa from Bolivia, oats from Sweden, black soybeans from northern China, and coffee beans from Mexico. Most fruits are sourced from Washington and California, with our sprouts grown hydroponically for quality assurance.

In line with Traditional Chinese Medicine beliefs, we understand that climate, soil, and water quality significantly affect the therapeutic powers of plants. This focus ensures the highest quality and effectiveness of our ingredients.