Red Velvet Latte (featuring Lion’s Mane, Reishi, and Chaga Mushrooms)


Red Velvet Latte is a heart healthy, antioxidant, brain fueling blend that combines beet root juice,adaptogenic mushrooms, creamy coconut and cacao to make a chocolate-rich tonic!

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Red Velvet Latte is an amazing heart-healthy, brain-fueling blend with beet juice, adaptogenic mushrooms, MCT oil and cacao that make a creamy tasty treat.

Red Velvet Latte is a delicious chocolate-rich tonic that contains amazing health benefits!  The blend includes heart-healthy, nutrient-dense beet root  juice,  antioxidant-rich, stress relieving  and  brain fueling  adaptogenic mushrooms (chaga, lion’s mane, and reishi), and energy producing  MCT oil.  These amazing ingredients combine with creamy coconut milk powder, and raw cacao powder to make a wonderful beverage to add to your life.

Check out the amazing health many benefits of these key Red Velvet Latte ingredients:  Beet root juice, adaptogenic mushrooms, MCT Oil.

Beet Root Juice

Beet juice contains nitrates that may  improve  bloof flow, and help lower blood pressure. It contains the chemicals  betaine, and betalain.  Betaine may help with liver detoxification.  Betalains are powerful antioxidants   that help reduce  free radicals that can damage cells and cause inflammation-related chronic diseases like heart disease, obesity, and possibly cancer.  Beets are also  good sources of folate, minerals (potassium, iron, magnesium manganese, sodium, zinc, copper, selenium) vitamin C, fiber.

*Drinking beet juice consistently may help:
  • lower blood pressure.
  • reduce LDL or “bad” cholesterol.
  • improve exercise stamina.
  • improve muscle strength in people with heart failure.
  • you maintain a healthy weight.
  • prevent or reduce fatty deposits from forming in your liver.
  • support overall health during chemotherapy.

NOTES:  Beets contain oxalates.  People with chronic kidney disease or those prone to kidney stones should avoid beets. 

Eating beets may turn your stool red or urine pink and red. This is known as beeturia and is completely harmless.  

Adaptogenic Mushrooms

Adaptogens such as the mushrooms in Red Velvet Latte can help relieve stress, support energy and stamina, regulate metabolism, boost immunity, support healing and regeneration, and promote longevity and healthy aging.  The energy produced by adaptogens is much longer lasting than the energy produced by coffee caffeine. **

Chaga and reishi mushrooms may help reduce fatigue and have potent antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and immune modulating ability.  Lion’s Mane mushroom may help with focus, clarity and memory as well promote nervous system health.****


MCT oil is a quick burning fuel sorce that has been linked to better brain health, weight management, and blood sugar control.  It is also thought to help with fighting infection, managing certain neurological conditions (alzeimer’s, autism), and reducing the chance of heart disease.  MCT oil is a supplement that many athletes and bodybuilders use to get a boost in energy or support their weight loss efforts. ***

All together, the beet juice, adaptogenic mushrooms, and MCT oil combined with coconut milk powder, cacao powder and vanilla to make  Red Velvet Latte a delicious, go-to beverage for for energy, stamina and good overall health!

So, make yourself a Red Velvet Latte  and feel the difference!

Ingredients: Coconut Milk Powder, Beet Juice Powder, Cacao Powder, Coconut Sugar, MCT Oil Powder, Reishi Mushroom Extract, Lion’s Mane Mushroom Extract, Chaga Mushroom Extract, Natural Vanilla Flavor

Chen, L., Zhu, Y., Hu, Z., Wu, S., & Jin, C. (2021). Beetroot as a functional food with huge health benefits: Antioxidant, antitumor, physical function, and chronic metabolomics activity. Food science & nutrition9(11), 6406–6420.
****Hobbs, C. (2020). Medicinal Mushrooms, The Essential Guide. Storey Publishing, North Adams, PA
**Winston, D. (2019). Adaptogens. Herbs for Strength, Stamina, and Stress Relief. Healing Arts Press, Rochester Vermont
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