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We’re proud to share information on each ingredient we use in the DNX Bars. Read through them and you’ll understand for yourself, how the combination of these special ingredients will be a smart choice as part of your daily nutrition.


Heart-healthy; rich in vitamins and minerals

Almond butter is simply a paste made from almonds, similar in texture to peanut butter.

An ancient food, almonds are described in many historical texts, including the bible. Thought to have originated in Asia and Africa, currently 80% of the world’s almond crop is grown in California; they are also an important crop in Spain, Italy and Portugal.

High in fiber, almonds are an excellent source of the following nutrients: Vitamin E, manganese, biotin, copper, magnesium, molybedenum, riboflavin, phosphorus and calcium. Although considered to be high in fat, a sizeable portion of it is heart-healthy monounsaturated fat. Almonds are naturally salt free and low in sugars.

Research suggests that the nutritional powerhouse of the humble almond, whether raw or roasted, whole or in butter form can play an important role in lowering cholesterol and blood pressure as well as other positive qualities.

Natural remedy for inflammation, cough, and indigestion

Similar in flavor to fennel, although a bit stronger, both anise and fennel may be eaten, but different parts of each plant are edible. In the case of anise, only the small fruits and seeds may be eaten or dried and used as a spice, while many parts of the fennel plant are edible.

Medicinally, anise and fennel are used for different purposes. Anise seeds have been used for thousands of years as a remedy for persistent cough, excessive gas, and bad breath. Any edible part of the fennel plant can be used as an anti-inflammatory, to treat stomach discomfort, or as a diuretic.

Natural Sweetness

Honey is a natural, sweet food created by bees using nectar from flowers. The sweetness of honey is derived from fructose and glucose monosaccharides, and most people perceive it to be approximately as sweet as granulated sugar. A product bearing the label “Organic Honey” will have been tested to guarantee that it does not contain any residues of pesticides or environmental pollutants.

High protein and Omega 3, low calories; pasture raised

Grass-Fed Beef is much lower in fat than grain fed animals and has about the same fat content as skinless chicken. A product bearing the label “Grass-Fed Beef” denotes that no grain finishing, antibiotics, hormones or animal by-products were ever used in the care and raising of the cattle.

Further “Grass-Fed Beef” have spent their entire lives allowed to fulfill their natural behaviors and basic instincts of grazing at all times, and never be kept confined on feedlots.

The reason that grass-fed animals have more Omega-3s than grain-fed animals is that Omega-3s are formed in the green leaves (specifically the chloroplasts) of plants. Sixty percent of the fat content of grass is a type of Omega-3 fatty acid called alpha-linolenic or LNA.

Grass-Fed Beef contain a rich source of another type of good fat called “conjugated linoleic acid” or CLA. When cattle are raised on fresh pasture alone, their meat can contain as much as five times more CLA than products from animals fed conventional diets.

Grass-Fed Beef is also high in vitamin E. In humans, vitamin E is linked with a lower risk of heart disease and cancer. This potent antioxidant may also have anti-aging properties. Most Americans are deficient in vitamin E.

Pre-biotic; promotes nutrition absorption

Inulin is high in soluble fiber, which slows digestion, allowing the body to better absorb nutrients from food. Studies indicate that calcium absorption can increase by as much as 20 percent, and magnesium absorption by up to 12 percent. It is also a pre-biotic, which promotes the growth of good bacteria in the intestines.

While fiber has no caloric value, it is essential for good health and increases a sense of satiety. Inulin can aid digestion, support bone health, boost the immune system, reduce cholesterol and help control blood sugar. Common sources of inulin are chicory root, Jerusalem artichoke and the blue agave plant from Mexico.

Reduces inflammation and toxins; increases energy

Moringa is a plant native to the sub-Himalayan areas of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan, as well as some parts of the tropics. The moringa tree is referred to as the miracle tree because the entire tree can be used for medicine or food and it grows under adverse conditions. The bark is used to heal wounds, the roots are made into tea and the oil from the tree is used for cooking.

Moringa leaf contains 90 beneficial nutrients. Moringa leaf powder contains 46 antioxidants, 18 amino acids and is high in Vitamins A, B6, C and K. It is said to increase energy, reduce inflammation, regulate cholesterol, alleviate migraine headaches, have cleansing and detoxifying properties, aid digestion, and help to regulate blood sugar.

High protein and low cholesterol; raised naturally

Grass Fed Bison has been a staple of the plains of North America for centuries and has been providing food on Planet Earth for thousands of years. A product bearing the label “Grass-Fed Bison” denotes that no grain finishing, antibiotics, hormones or animal by-products were ever used in the care and raising of the bison.

Further all “Grass-Fed Bison” have to have been born and raised in the United States, spent their entire lives allowed to fulfill their natural behaviors and basic instincts of grazing at all times, and never be kept confined on feedlots.

Reports indicate that grass-fed bison is lower in fat and cholesterol than beef, chicken, or salmon. Bison has also proven to be higher in protein, iron and vitamin B12 than beef; which makes it an excellent clean protein choice for optimal nutrition.

Bison are sometimes referred to as Buffalo¸ however, this is a misnomer. Bison and Buffalo are from the same genus, Bovidae, however the American bison lives only in North America, while the two main buffalo species reside in Africa (the African cape buffalo) and Asia (the Asian water buffalo). A small population of bison relatives, known as the European bison lives in isolated parts of Poland.

Rich in antioxidants, B vitamins, and minerals; Increases “good” cholesterol

Pecans are native to the Southeastern United States, with Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi as the major growers. A member of the walnut and hickory family, the pecan is rich in mono-unsaturated fatty acids and has the highest fat content of any vegetable product. Pecans have a caloric value similar to butter.

An excellent source of anti-oxidants, regular consumption of pecans can help to decrease LDL or “bad cholesterol” and increase HDL or “good cholesterol.” Pecans contain vitamin E, beta-carotene, lutein and zeaxanthin as well as several important B-complex vitamins such as riboflavin, niacin, thiamin, pantothenic acid, vitamin B-6, and folates. Pecans are also a rich source of minerals like manganese, potassium, calcium, iron, magnesium, zinc, and selenium.

Anti-Oxidant and anti-bacterial properties; improves digestion

One of the earliest spices known to man, black pepper is probably the most widely-used spice in the world today. When consumed, black pepper (piper nigrum) stimulates the taste buds to send an alert to the stomach to increase hydrochloric acid secretion, thereby improving digestion. Long recognized as a carminative (a substance that aids in preventing the formation of intestinal gas), a diaphoretic (which promotes sweating), and as a diuretic, black pepper also demonstrates impressive anti-oxidant and anti-bacterial properties.

Native to India, the leading producer and exporter of black pepper is now Vietnam. Black pepper owes its pleasant ‘heat’ to the naturally-occurring chemical piperine.

Improves circulation and lowers cholesterol

Red pepper, capsicum and cayenne are some of the terms for a large variety of peppers that range in ‘heat’ on the Scoville scale from mild to extremely hot. Besides the culinary aspect of red pepper adding pleasant ‘heat’ to food due to its naturally occurring capsaicin, red pepper is even more well-known for its healing properties; there are countless natural remedies which contain red pepper.

Historically, red pepper has been used to: improve circulation, regulate blood pressure, lower cholesterol, thin the blood, heal ulcers, speed healing of wounds, ease congestion, aid digestion, relieve arthritis, numb pain, and much more.

High in protein and Omega 3 fatty acids

A powerhouse of minerals, complete protein, and Omega 3’s, sacha inchi powder contains high-quality protein that has been shown to be low-irritant and one of the most highly-digestible proteins known, making it a good option for people who are sensitive to whey/dairy or soy proteins. Often referred to as a superfood, sacha inchi oil is 48% Omega 3 fatty acids, which makes it an excellent supplement for people who don’t eat fish. It is higher in Omega 3’s than fish oil. The powder also contains rich amounts of Vitamin A and calcium, which support healthy eyes, teeth, skin, and bones.

Also known as the Inca Peanut, Sacha Inchi is native to the Peruvian Amazon, where it has been eaten for centuries by indigenous peoples for better total health and increased endurance.

Antioxidants, magnesium, fiber, and iron

Known as the “Food of the Gods” by ancient South American cultures, raw cacao is now prized as a healthy and delicious form of dark chocolate. Cacao nibs are made from whole, raw cacao beans that have been crumbled into small chunks. Raw cacao contains antioxidants, magnesium, fiber, and iron. When raw, chocolate is called cacao, when cooked it is referred to as cocoa.

Promotes circulatory and digestive health; fights infection

In most parts of the world, the medicinal benefits of cayenne are well known. In fact, according to Dr. Patrick Quillin, there are over three thousand studies on the health benefits of capsaicin (cayenne’s active ingredient) and cayenne pepper.

It is reported to regulate blood pressure, strengthen the pulse, feed the heart, lower cholesterol, thin the blood, clean the circulatory system, heal ulcers, slow hemorrhaging, speed healing of wounds, rebuild damaged tissue, ease congestion, aid digestion, regulate elimination, relieve arthritis and rheumatism, prevent the spread of infection, numb pain, aid the delivery of herbs and medicines, and much more.

It also adds a nice little ‘kick’ to food – from a little hot and spicy all the way up the Scoville scale to hot hot hot!

Increases energy and good cholesterol; fights infections

For thousands of years, coconut has been the primary source of food and medicine for Pacific Islanders, who are one of the healthiest, longest-lived people in the world. Those who have maintained their traditional diets are free of heart disease, diabetes, cancer and other degenerative conditions common in the Western cultures.

Shredded, unsweetened, mature coconut is composed mostly of fat – 90% of which is saturated in the form of medium-chain fatty acids (MCFAs), which are associated with many health benefits. These include the increase of HDL (good cholesterol), rapid source of energy, and an increase in satiety and metabolic rate. The MCFAs in coconut are made up of lauric, caprylic, and capric acids, which are proven to be anti-microbial, anti-viral, and anti-fungal. As well as being a good source of iron and zinc, the phenolic compounds in coconut act as antioxidants. Because MCFAs are readily digested and absorbed, they are an important form of nutrition for people with serious digestive issues. MCFAs are thought to improve memory in Alzheimers patients and certain types of memory disorders.

Anti-carcinogen; promotes cardiovascular health

Native to North America, the sunflower grows in the temperate zones of many countries. The sunflower kernel is the edible heart of the sunflower seed and is considered to be a good source of phytochemicals that can protect against disease. Sunflower seeds are an excellent source of protein, dietary fiber, all B vitamins, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, iron, and zinc. Compared to other nuts and seeds, sunflower kernels contain high levels of compounds that have been shown to offer a variety of health benefits such as: vitamin E, betaine, phenolic acids, choline, arginine, and lignans.

“According to research completed in March 2001 by Dr. K. Phillips of Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, [the] sunflower kernel is rich in a number of components that have been shown to protect against cardiovascular and other diseases and to act as antioxidants and anti-carcinogens; thus the kernel can be considered a functional food. ….[This] amazing kernel adds a nutritional wallop to a wide array of products such as breads, muffins, crackers, and snack foods.”

– National Sunflower Association

Preservative through naturally-occurring nitrate

Celery powder is a dried, ground concentrate prepared from fresh celery that is used as a seasoning and as a food preservative in organic meat products. Celery powder contains a significant amount of naturally-occurring nitrate. Because the nitrate is naturally occurring, in the United States the USDA (United States Department of Agriculture) allows celery juice powder to be used as a food preservative in organic meat products. Celery powder prepared from celery juice has been shown to have a nitrate content of approximately 2.75%.

Anti-oxidant, anti-fungal and antibiotic

Salt-free, this smoky tasting chili powder contains dark roast paprika, cumin, oregano and garlic. The range of health properties in this combo include: warming, anti-oxidant, anti-fungal, antibiotic with iron and vitamins C and E.