Our powerballs (five per order) are full of nutrients, made with superfoods, high in proteins, healthy carbs, fats and fibre. It is a perfect way to give yourself a quick and sustained energy boost, making them an excellent, healthy on-the-go snack! Our Banana Chocolate powerballs taste as good as they look. Enjoy the delicious combination of tropical banana, peanut butter, and dark chocolate that will uplift your mind, body and soul. (Suitable for Vegans)
Full of fibre, helping you stay satiated longer and maintain a healthy weight. Also reduce cholesterol levels and help prevent heart disease.
Fast acting source of energy, full of antioxidants, amino acids and potassium.
Coconuts are thought to be rich in anti-viral and anti-bacterial properties, which may help strengthen the immune system and ward off illnesses, and they’re also a fantastic source of calcium, potassium and magnesium.
Peanut Butter (Ecological):
Provides a rich source of protein, helps to lower cholesterol levels, and contains vital nutrients such as Vitamin A and C as well as Vitamin E, which helps to dissolve complex fatty acid structures in our bodies.
Cinnamon contains polyphenol antioxidants which have anti-inflammatory effects. Also it is high in manganese and contains small amounts of calcium and fibre, lowering levels of bad fats and cholesterol in blood.
Apart from just a potent baked good, vanilla has an incredible capability to escalate healing, preventing acne, treating anxiety, has healing attributes and promotes hair care, weight loss and healthy digestion.
The carbohydrate in agave nectar has a low glycemic index, which provides sweetness without the unpleasant “sugar rush” and unhealthful blood sugar spike caused by many other sugars.
Loaded with nutrients and is one of the most powerful sources of antioxidants on the planet. It boosts overall health and also cuts down heart disease risk.
Hemp Seeds (Ecological):
Small, brown seeds are rich in protein, fibre and healthful fatty acids, including omega-3s and omega-6s. Provide all 9 essential amino acids, which are the building blocks for all proteins.