Replace Your Morning Coffee With This Delicious Superfood

“Organic Traditions Macaccino is a delicious superfood coffee substitute made from Certified Organic Cacao Powder, Black Maca Roots, Vanilla powder and Coconut Palm Sugar. This incredible blend combines 4 powerful antioxidant rich superfoods into a nutritious, uplifting beverage. This is a healthy and energizing replacement for high caffeine coffee and tea. Considered to be one of the Amazon’s most important superfoods, Maca has been used since the Incas as part of a daily diet and has been traditionally used as an adaptogen to promote optimal well being. Combined with cacao powder, or “the food of the gods,” fragrant Vanilla and a hint of the caramel taste from Coconut Palm Sugar, the end result is a smooth chocolate-mocha flavor that is both rich and aromatic with wonderfully uplifting effects. No emulsifiers have been added to Macaccino so be sure to stir the beverage while you drink.

. Certified Organic, Gluten-Free, Kosher, Vegan, Non-GMO, Raw
. Delicious rich chocolate-mocha maca flavor with a hint of vanilla
. Energizing, adaptogenic superfood coffee substitute
. Ideal for daily use
. Ready to use; Make hot tea or cool and add to other beverages or use as a base for smoothies and all other superfood recipes
. No added flavors, fillers, preservatives, additives, sweeteners, carriers, colors, stabilizers or excipients
. No emulsifiers have been added to Macaccino so be sure to stir the beverage while you drink.
. Allergen Information: Produced in a facility that packages tree nuts
. Storage Information: Refrigeration not required. Store in a cool, dry, dark place.
Create a delicious, energizing superfood coffee substitute with Organic Traditions Macaccino. Boil 2 tablespoons in 8-10 oz. of water for 2 minutes, depending on how strong you prefer your Macaccino. Drink as is or add a dash of almond, hemp or coconut milk. Alternatively add cinnamon, nutmeg, saffron or cayenne pepper to the drink. Add 1-2 teaspoons of Organic Traditions Ashwagandha powder for an added boost. Allow the liquid to cool and add ice for a refreshing Iced Macaccino or use as a base for energizing smoothies, ice creams or raw desserts. Add the drink mix to yogurt, cereals, superfood puddings and as an ingredient in truffles and power bars. No emulsifiers have been added to Macaccino so be sure to stir the beverage while you drink.

Make decadent Macaccino-Coconut truffle balls by mixing 1 tbsp. of Organic Traditions Macaccino drink mix to every 1 tsp. of Organic Traditions Raw Coconut Oil and ½ tsp. of your favorite nut butter. Add 2 tsp. of Organic Traditions Sprouted Chia Powder and roll into balls. These proportions will make one large Coconut-Macaccino ball. Adjust accordingly for larger quantities. Glaze the balls with Organic Traditions Yacon Gold™ Syrup and finish by dusting the balls with Organic Traditions Shredded Coconut Flakes, Organic Traditions Cacao Powder or Organic Traditions Hemp Hearts.

This treat is incredibly quick and easy to make. In less than 5 minutes you will have a delicious and nourishing raw treat to enjoy with a cup of tea. The rich dark cacao flavor, fragrant aroma of vanilla, bold taste of black maca and exotic coconut all combine to create a perfect, smooth mocha-chocolaty delight!”

Organic traditions macaccino drink mix – 227g/8oz. (n.d.). Retrieved February 11, 2015, from–227g8oz
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Wild Alaskan Fish Oil For the Future

The fisheries management system is regulated to protect the environment so that future generations can enjoy the benefits of Alaska fish. Quotas are set for total allowable catches of a fish species to protect the fishery eco-system. These catch results are indexed and compared to previous years to monitor the health of the fish population.

They not only care for the fish species that we catch for processing, but for other fish species (called bycatch) that are pulled aboard during fishing. Government-approved officials onboard the fishing boats record the catches and the bycatch to ensure they are within regulations. If not, the complete closure of a fishing target area or a target fishery can occur. That’s why the goal at Wiley’s Finest is to guarantee everlasting sustainability of our primary fish populations.
They use molecular distillation and carbon treatment to remove environmental contaminants from the products. Every single lot of the fish oil ingredients and finished softgel products are tested for heavy metal content (lead, cadmium, mercury, and arsenic) by trusted independent, third party laboratories. All of the products exceed the stringent limits in the Global Organization for EPA and DHA (GOED) voluntary monograph and the limits set forth by California Proposition 65, both of which are more stringent than the FDA’s own published limits on heavy metals in foods and supplements. These are the most stringent standards in the world, far lower than the levels typically found in drinking water.


Wiley’s Finest Wild Alaskan Fish Oil is proud to be a member of the GOED organization and support their mission to educate consumers on the health benefits of EPA & DHA and produce high quality concentrated Omega-3 products.

Our manufacturing facility is regularly inspected by the FDA about once a year. The Quality Assurance department inspects all products throughout the process to make sure each lot meets the high standards set for our Wiley’s Finest products. Each carton is signed by the Wiley Family to convey the trust they have in their products and the quality they deliver to their customers.
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Natural Sugar Alternatives

“As the harmful effects of sugar and high fructose corn syrup become increasingly more evident, people are turning to natural alternatives.

A sweetener that has become very popular in the past few years is coconut sugar.

This sugar is derived from the coconut palm tree and is touted as being more nutritious and lower on the glycemic index than sugar.

There is a lot of talk about this sweetener online and I’d like to separate the facts from the fiction.

What is Coconut Sugar and How is it Made?
Coconut sugar is also called Coconut Palm Sugar.

It is a natural sugar made from sap, which is the sugary circulating fluid of the coconut plant. It is often confused with Palm Sugar, which is similar but made from a different type of palm tree.

Coconut sugar is made in a natural 2-step process:

A cut is made on the flower of the coconut palm and the liquid sap is collected into containers.
The sap is placed under heat until most of the water has evaporated.
s it More Nutritious Than Regular Sugar?
Regular table sugar and high fructose corn syrup don’t contain any vital nutrients and therefore supply “empty” calories.

However, coconut sugar does retain quite a bit of the nutrients found in the coconut palm. There isn’t a lot of data on this, but according to the Phillipine Department of Agriculture, coconut sugar contains several nutrients (1):

Most notable of these are the minerals Iron, Zinc, Calcium and Potassium, along with some short chain fatty acids, polyphenols and antioxidants that may also provide some health benefits.

Then it contains a fiber called Inulin, which may slow glucose absorption and explain why coconut sugar has a lower glycemic index than regular table sugar (2).
Coconut Sugar May Have a Lower Glycemic Index
The glycemic index (GI) is a measure of how quickly foods raise blood sugar levels. Glucose is given a GI of 100 and if a food has a GI of 50, then it raises blood sugar half as much as pure glucose.”

Coconut Sugar – Healthy Sugar Alternative or a Big, Fat Lie? (2013, April 17). Retrieved February 11, 2015, from
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