Live Superfoods is proud to carry the SoTru line; organic whole-food nutrition with one important twist: fermentation. This ancient preservation method unlocks the full nutritional potency of plants, enhances digestibility, supports healthy pH and alkalinity, and more.

The Definition of SoTru

A profound self-affirming truth that when spontaneously spoken, resonates with your heart, mind, body and soul.

These clean, green products align with the body's highest good so you can live your truth, every single day. From vegan protein powders and super greens to medicinal mushrooms, every product is overflowing with life-enhancing vitamins, minerals, plant proteins and phytonutrients.

Fermentation is proudly done in-house via their multifaceted process, TruFerm. Both ancient practices and modern methods are used to yield peak nutritional, and digestive, value.

Founders Jade and Rick have an uncompromised dedication to the environment and the sustainability of the raw materials they use. They supp...

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Post-nasal drip occurs when your sinuses produce excess mucus that runs down the back of your throat.

Under normal circumstances, glands in your nose and throat constantly produce mucus in order to moisten the nasal membranes and fight off infection. When too much mucus builds up, post-nasal drip occurs.

Natural Remedies for Post-Nasal Drip:

For temporarily relief of post-nasal drip, consider these natural remedies, however keep in mind that scientific support for the claim that any remedy can treat post-nasal drip is limited.

1) Nasal Irrigation

Research suggests that nasal irrigation (a simple procedure that involves using a salt-water rinse to clear the nasal passages via neti pot) may help reduce post-nasal drip in people with chronic sinusitis.

2) Ginger

Although ginger hasn't been studied for its effects on post-nasal drip, the herb is thought to help relieve congestion, which may be beneficial for people with post-nasal drip. Since it's important for individuals with post-nasal drip to...

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5 Reasons to Love Mesquite Powder

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1. Smooth Flavor

Native to the southwestern U.S. and Mexico, mesquite trees produce edible pods (typically ground to powder) that have a mild, lightly-sweet taste with hints of caramel and molasses.

2. Low-Glycemic Sweetener

Mesquite scores low on the glycemic index, making it a great choice for diabetics. Mix it into tea, coffee, yogurt or smoothies.

3. Gluten-Free Flour

Try adding it to raw recipes, or as a partial flour replacement in baked goods. Mesquite chocolate chip cookies anyone?

4. Dietary Fiber

Mesquite contains notable amounts of dietary fiber, which promotes healthy digestion and weight.

5. Packed with Minerals

Mesquite contains significant amounts of calcium, magnesium, potassium, iron and zinc.


Mesquite wood was a preferred building material of the early Spaniards, who used it to build ships.



The Kitchn "Ingredient Spotlight Mesquite"

Wikipedia "Mesquite"

Wikipedia "Mesquite Flour"

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5 Reasons to Love Mesquite Powder


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With a focus on the entire family, Whole Formulas offers eight products just for kids! This range is completely alcohol-free, gentle and non-habit forming. Unlike capsules, liquids are easy for kids to get down; simply add to water, or "hide" in juice. The built-in dropper top makes dosage hassle-free.

Not intended for children under the age of 1.

All products are gluten-free, non-GMO, kosher and vegetarian to support your growing family. There's no preservatives, artificial colors, flavors or other ingredients concocted in a lab; no additives, fillers or "flow" agents. Everything is packaged in amber glass to persevere the formulas and greatly reduce the risk of UV contamination.

The finished product? Everything you want and nothing you don't, backed by the expertise of a skilled medical herbalist that serves on the board of the APHA (American Herbal Products Association).

Without further ado, Whole Formulas for Kids.

Whole Formulas Kid's Allergy Relief, 1 fl oz

Allergy-calming plant extrac...

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Just when you thought it couldn't get any sweeter, this golden gift from the bees may help coughs, sinusitis and allergies. Honey has a long-standing place in traditional medicine for a wide variety of ailments. It displays antioxidant and antibacterial activity, and and contains a host of vitamins and minerals.

Though its effects on health still require more research, preliminary studies suggest remedies with honey may be useful for the following conditions:

Sinus Issues

In a test-tube study published in 2009, researchers found that honey can kill three types of drug-resistant bacteria known to cause sinusitis. In fact, study results showed that honey knocked out the bacteria (Pseudomonas aeruginosa and methicicillin-resistant and -susceptible Staphylococcus aureus) more effectively than commonly used antibiotic drugs.

While these study results indicate that honey remedies may be of some use to people with sinusitis, it's important to seek medical attention in treatment of sinusitis in or...

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