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Daily Dose

The best whole-food supplement, because We Wrote The Book on SuperFoods.









We get it – we all lead busy lives and sometime we can’t always eat a diet rich in SuperFoods. That’s why we created Daily Dose – a whole-food supplement to help you look and feel your best. With the Daily Dose, you can be assured you’re getting the whole-food nutrition your body needs every day.

The SuperFoods in our Daily Dose are real whole foods, not extracts, so you get real whole-food nutrition. Each SuperFood ingredient is harvested at the peak of freshness and freeze-dried to preserve all the SuperFood goodness, so you get the natural nutrients in each SuperFood.

These SuperFoods, including blueberries, broccoli, spinach, green tea, tomato, green peas, pumpkin seeds, tangerine peel, oats, lactobacillus acidophilus and bifidobacterium longum probiotic blend, fish oil, avocado oil, and olive oil in each single-dose packet work synergistically for optimal nutrition.

Take your Daily Dose with you. Just pop a packet in your backpack, purse, or briefcase, and you’ll have your SuperFoodsRx nutrition wherever you go. Each packet includes 3 SuperFoods whole-food supplements and 1 omega-3 softgel. All the ingredients are tested for potency and purity.



Here is a SuperFood that you can take to the bank! We're shocked to think that nutritionists and researchers ignored the tiny berry for years because it is relatively low in vitamin C. Thankfully, it was finally discovered that they have incredibly high levels of antioxidant phytonutrients.


It wasn't until 1997 that the FDA allowed a label to be placed on oat foods claiming an association between consumption of oatmeal, oat bran, or oat flour and a reduced risk for coronary heart disease. Oats are a simple, yet profound SuperFood that is low in calories, high in fiber and protein.


According to legend, the discovery of tea occured quite by accident in 27 B.C. in the reign of the Chinese emperor Shen Nung. There are now more than 3,000 varieties of tea available around the world. What's even more exciting is that there is solid evidence that tea consumption is associated with a lowered risk of heart disease and stroke and much more.


Many people are often certain there's going to be bad news that comes along with the consumption of tomatoes -- because they taste so good! It's also assumed that tomatoes have always belonged in the veggie category. However, they were once considered fruit and then in 1893 the Supreme Court stepped into the picture and decided they were vegetables. Regardless, they are packed with tons of benefits for your health.

Additional information


Avocado, Blueberries, Broccoli, Green Peas, Oats, Olive Oil, Pomegranate, Pumpkin Seeds, Spinach, Tangerine, Tea, Tomato


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Contains fish. Manufactured in a facility and on equipment that handles eggs, tree nuts, and soybeans

Serving Size

1 packet – 3 capsules, 1 soft gel

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