Brilliant | SuperTruffle

Supertruffle per Box
  • This SuperTruffleKtreats SuperTruffle Trademark is our handcrafted premium dark chocolate truffle infused with select superfoods, lavender and orange. No Preservatives | Natural Ingredients | Gluten Free | No GMO. Free Shipping on Orders $50+ | Limited Batch

  • Bee Pollen, Blackberry

  • Cacao %: 71
    Country of Origin: Switzerland
    Bean Assemblage: Criollo & Trinitario (Venezuela)
    Main Harvest:  December - March
    Selection: Grand Cru
    Ingredients: Cacao Kernel, Sugar, Cacao Butter, Soya Lecithin, Vanilla

Blackberry + Bee Pollen + Lavender + Orange Peel

Bee Pollen?
Bee pollen is believed to be a rich source of many nutrients including B vitamins and folic acid along with amino acids – the building blocks of protein. According to researchers at the Institute of Apiculture, Taranov, Russia: “Honeybee pollen is the richest source of vitamins found in nature in a single food. Even if bee pollen had none of its other vital ingredients, its content of rutin alone would justify taking at least a teaspoon daily, if for no other reason than strengthening the capillaries. Pollen is extremely rich in rutin and may have the highest content of any source.” Because of bee pollen’s nutritional and tonic properties, it improves blood supply to nervous tissue, boosting mental capacity and strengthening the nervous system that may be weakened by stress.

Blackberries are brimming with antioxidants that protect the body. They are full of phenolic acids, flavonoids and flavonols particularly anthocyanosides present in blackberries work against the harmful oxygen free molecules and counteract their action- meaning they act as a natural detox for the body. Improve Brain Power, including Cognitive and Motor Function: Medical journal “Nutritional Neuroscience” claims that black berries can help you maintain motor and cognitive skills you age. The study indicated that berries improved balance and coordination improved over a stretch of time. The polyphenols in blackberries increase antioxidant levels enough to make them, which is potentially beneficial to aging adults.
When you think of oranges, a host of beneficial properties come to mind. However, the peel is an often-overlooked aspect of this nutritious fruit. Historically, orange peels were highly valued and used for their essential oils in a variety of medicines and remedies. They are still in regular consumption (mainly as a zest) as part of the Mediterranean diet. Considering this diet is credited with numerous healthy benefits, they may be onto something when it comes to eating orange peels. In fact, the peel can contain as much as four times the fiber of the actual fruit as well as more flavonoids.

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