Smooth textured, creamy and big on flavour, Brazil nuts only grow in preserved areas of the Amazon basin. This nutritional powerhouse is 100% wild-harvested, and they’re easily the highest natural source of selenium.
Supports your immune system and contributes to normal thyroid function (selenium)
Supports heart health and protects your nervous system (polyunsaturated fats)
Helps maintain healthy bones and nerves, and contributes to energy levels (copper and magnesium)
Helps reduce inflammation and protects your body from oxidative stress (vitamin E - antioxidant)
What goes in.
Organic Brazil nuts, raw Australian salt.
What's kept out.
Preservatives, pesticides and sugar.
Did you know?
Did you know that raw nuts contain phytic acid and enzyme inhibitors that reduce their bioavailability? Excessive use of raw nuts can cause feelings of heaviness, bloating and nausea. Activation of nuts through soaking and drying reduces these uncomfortable gastrointestinal issues.
Grown in Bolivia and Brazil. Sustainably produced in Byron Bay.
Brazil nuts are small, but very mighty. They’re celebrated as the richest known food source of the all-important nutrient, selenium, which contributes to reproduction, thyroid gland function and DNA production. Just 5-6 Brazil nuts a day will provide your body with the recommended daily intake of selenium.
2Die4 Live Foods
2Die4 Live Foods is Australia’s original activated nut company, and they have one very important golden rule: no compromises. This is something that filters through every single part of their Byron Bay business. All ingredients are premium quality and 100% certified organic. They’ve developed a world-class soaking and dehydration facility so their nuts not only taste delicious, but are much easier to digest. They pride themselves on being incredibly sustainable, implementing solar technology and investing in custom dehydrators that minimise waste and reduce the company’s carbon footprint. On top of all that, they employ a diverse bunch of local people to bring their products to life, and constantly support flexible work arrangements.