Nourish Your Heart Box

Regular price $120.00

Nourish Your Heart, Mind, Body, and Spirit

What does it mean to nourish your heart? To us, it is all-encompassing. With this box, we intend to nourish your heart, mind, body, and spirit!

Heart Health

This box is specially curated to contain vegetables that are good sources of vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients, including magnesium, potassium, allicin, antioxidants, and nitrates that help to support heart health.

Mind, Body, and Spirit

We are also excited to partner with Dr. Deanna Minich to provide you with Food+Spirit Nourish Your Whole Self Inspiration Cards.  A 56-card deck and accompanying booklet guide to your relationship with food through the 7 aspects of you—the Root, Flow, Fire, Love, Truth, Insight, and Spirit. Each aspect is represented by 7 inspirational images together with a healing affirmation. Enjoy choosing a card as often as you like, take them with you for meals throughout the day, or just pick one a day to focus on for whole-self nourishment!


March 29, 2023 at 1 pm EST

Each box will contain a special invite to an informative and inspirational webinar with Dr. Deanna Minich and Dr. Amy Sapola.  Together they will discuss the benefits of the vegetables contained in your Nourish Your Heart Box and the concept of mindful eating, along with how to use the inspiration cards, why stress management is important and how to use coherence, and the benefits of the color green for heart health. We hope that everyone will join in and bring questions!

A link to the webinar will be shared prior to the event. 

The Color Green

Green is often associated with vibrancy, life, and new beginnings- think of the first green plants you see popping up after a long winter or fresh spring greens- these are light, invigorating, and nourishing. The color green aligns with the heart (circulation), lungs (breathing), blood vessels (oxygenation), and the emotions of love, compassion, and generosity. 

R.H. True explains the Doctrine of Signatures as "… every plant having useful medicinal properties bears somewhere about it the likeness of the organ or of the part of the body upon which it exerts a healing action."

Take a moment to look at a green leaf and consider the similarities between our circulatory system and that of the green leaf. 

This specially curated box contains green vegetables (as well as other colors) that contain vitamin K, folate, magnesium, potassium, a variety of antioxidant nutrients, and fiber, all of which have the ability to nourish and benefit your cardiovascular system.

What is included with your box:

  • Heart Healthy Vegetables
  • Food+Spirit Nourish Your Whole Self Inspiration Cards
  • Heart Healthy Recipe
  • Webinar with Dr. Amy Sapola and Dr. Deanna Minich 
  • Access to a meditation for coherence

Limited Availability.

Orders will begin shipping March 1, 2023.

Your box will include these vegetables:
  • Heart Healthy Signature Blend (Watercress, Broccoli, Bulls Blood, Radish Greens)
  • Spinach
  • Kale or Lettuce
  • Watercress
  • Jerusalem Artichokes
  • Red Beets
  • Watermelon Radish
  • Garlic Shoots
  • Edible Flowers

Also included with your box

  • Food+Spirit Nourish Your Whole Self Inspiration Cards
  • Heart Healthy Recipe 
  • Webinar with Dr. Amy Sapola and Dr. Deanna Minich 
  • Access to a meditation for coherence

Limited Availability.

Orders will begin shipping March 1, 2023.

Health Benefits

Red Beets and Bulls Blood Microgreen (in Heart Healthy Signature Blend)

Contain betanin which increases the action of NrF2, helping the body to reduce inflammation and oxidative stress. They contain polyphenols (like you hear about in wine) and Vitamin C to combat oxidative stress. Beets are also a good source of fiber, helping to support healthy digestion and cholesterol. 


The nitrates in greens and other nitrate-containing vegetables (like beets) are broken down by the bacteria in your mouth and the acid in your stomach to be converted to nitric oxide. Nitric oxide helps promote healthy circulation by relaxing the blood vessels which increases the amount of blood that’s able to flow through (this is also important for brain health). Having optimal levels of nitric oxide in your body may help to reduce elevated blood pressure and improve one’s ability to exercise. As we age, studies have shown the amount of nitric oxide in the body tends to decrease. However, eating a cup of raw high-nitrate vegetables daily may help to improve your nitric oxide levels naturally. In order to optimally convert nitrates to nitric oxide avoiding antiseptic mouthwash is helpful along with supporting the diversity of microbes in your digestive system. 

Spinach is a great source of magnesium which is essential to muscle and nerve function, energy production, blood sugar balance, and healthy blood pressure. It also is a good source of potassium which is important because studies have found that individuals with higher potassium intakes from their diet may benefit from lower blood pressure. 

Watermelon Radish, Cruciferous Vegetables

Watermelon radishes, watercress, broccoli sprouts, kale, and radish micro-greens contain sulforaphane, which is a sulfur-rich compound that has been shown to provide a number of health benefits. Potential benefits include anticancer properties, supporting heart health, and support in maintaining healthy blood sugar levels. Eating leafy green and cruciferous vegetables may reduce the incidence of several types of cardiovascular disease.


Kale is a cruciferous vegetable and a rich source of health-promoting nutrients including carotenoids, glucosinolates, and phenolic compounds, all of which can provide antioxidant activity. Kale contains vitamin K, an important nutrient that helps support your cardiovascular system. Kale is a good source of dietary fiber, and dietary fiber can lower your cholesterol levels because it can bind with bile acids. Steamed kale may be more effective for obtaining these results.


Ranked #1 on the CDC’s list of Powerhouse Fruits and Vegetables because it is super nutrient-dense containing 100% of the DV of Vitamin K, 25% of the DV of Vitamin A, and 25% of the DV of Vitamin C in just one cup.  Watercress is easy to incorporate into salads, wraps, or anywhere that you would like a mild peppery flavor. Remember to optimally absorb Vitamins A and K (fat-soluble vitamins) enjoy your watercress raw with a good quality high polyphenol olive oil. 


Lettuce is an excellent source of beta carotene which is needed for health skin, bones, and eyes.

Jerusalem Artichokes

Provide a good source of potassium (640mg/cup) and although they have a similar taste to potatoes they are lower on the glycemic index (causing less of a rise in blood sugar) than potatoes. Jerusalem artichokes contain a type of fiber called inulin, which is fermented by the microbes in the gut supporting digestive health. Pro tip: Start with only consuming a small amount of Jerusalem Artichokes until you know how they affect you. Because gut microbes love to ferment inulin, you may experience gas after eating them. 


Allicin is one of the active components in garlic that studies indicate may modestly reduce cholesterol (specifically triglycerides by 6-22%) and blood pressure.  Allicin is activated when garlic is cut or crushed and exposed to water. To get the most cardiovascular benefit from your garlic before using it, rinse it with water, then cut/crush/chop and let sit for 5-10 minutes so that the enzymes in the garlic can work their magic to fully activate the allicin. The most wonderful thing about our garlic is that it does not need to be peeled and you can even enjoy the roots! 

Edible Flowers

Flowers are the fullest most vibrant expression of a plant, they are often harvested and given to express emotions such as love. Flowers are not only beautiful to look at, they are also a fun way to engage your senses by adding unique colors, scents, and texture to a meal. Flowers introduce the element of fun, play, elevated energy, and vibrancy! Flowers can be added to garnish beverages, salads, wraps, chilled soups, and almost any vegetable dish.  

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