We use only REAL WHOLE blueberries and aronia berries in each packet or bottle of PNW BerryWhey® all locally produced here in the Pacific Northwest and dried on our own Refractance Window® dryer.
Along with these superfruits, we included Clean Whey Protein (goat whey protein), our own Capra Mineral Whey® mineral/electrolyte mix, and CapraCream™ goat milk cream. We also boosted the healthy fats by including non-GMO sunflower lecithin (this equals 2 grams of brain healthy phospholipids), and zero grams of added sugar.
The beauty of BerryWhey™ lies in the fact that each packet contains the whole fruit (seed, skin, pulp, etc.). When the skin and seeds are thrown away (as is often the case) the majority of the nutritional potency of the berry is lost.
When the whole fruit is kept intact it is difficult to dry without destroying the nutritional value. However, when dried using gentle Refractance Window® Drying Technology the full range of phytochemicals such as polyphenols, anthocyanins, proanthocyanins, phenolic acid, and flavonoids stay nutritionally bioavailable and stable even when stored for long periods of time in a packet or bottle on the shelf.
Of course the benefits of goat milk ingredients are widely known to our customer base and therefore the combination of our own mineral/electrolyte pack Capra Mineral Whey® and cream CapraCream™ along with a high quality goat milk protein Clean Whey Protein makes a “nutritional trinity” of protein, minerals, and healthy fats.
Finally, we’ve included a non-GMO sunflower lecithin due to its high content of brain boosting phospholipids such as Phosphatidylcholine, Phosphatidylinositol, Phosphatidylethanolamine, and Phosphatidic acid. Each one of these ingredients, chosen for its nutrient density and functional impacts, harvested locally from sustainable farms and dried at the peak of freshness, bring together a drink packet that delivers healthy fats, wholesome proteins, and bioavailable phytonutrients, minerals, and vitamins, all with a label that is as clean as the air of the Pacific Northwest.