Dairy-Free Hot Chocolate From Moringa
CocoRinga - Moringa Hot Chocolate
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Start your family off right with a cup of nutrient-dense hot chocolate with moringa and cacao!
This incredibly tasty and delicious hot cocoa is packed with immune-boosting, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant ingredients is a unique blend of moringa, high-fiber plant creamer, and dark cacao.
Drink at least one cup per day for 14-days in a row and see the difference CocoRinga makes for you!
CocoRinga is a non-dairy, multi-nutrient, multi-vitamin hot chocolate made with natural unprocessed cacao. Containing two superfoods (cacao and moringa), a natural pre- and pro-biotic sweetener (oligosaccharide from chicory root), and high-fiber plant creamer (from coconut and tapioca) adults and kids will love this! You can drink this with hot water or cold water—and you can even add it to smoothies, shakes, or baked goods.
Most hot chocolate beverages are made with fillers, cheap ingredients, and sugars.
Hot chocolate is a comforting and delicious beverage of choice for many adults and children. Most hot chocolate beverages are made with fillers, cheap ingredients, and sugars, so it is important to pay attention to what you put in your body. CocoRinga enables you to enjoy hot chocolate without the negative effects of cheap sugars and fillers.
One cup provides you and your family a whole host of nutrition.
• 17 x the calcium of milk
• 15 x the potassium of bananas
• 10 x the vitamin A of carrots
• 9 x the protein of yogurt
• 4 x the chlorophyll of wheatgrass
• 25 x the iron of spinach
• 92 nutrients
• 46 antioxidants
• Omegas 3, 6 and 9
• Vitamin A – Z
Why is CocoRinga the healthiest hot cocoa in the world?
CocoRinga only has four ingredients: cacao, high-fiber plant creamer (coconut and tapioca), oligosaccharide (from chicory root), and moringa.
The first ingredient is cacao—whereas other hot chocolate mixes have sugar as their first ingredient. That’s right—sugar! CocoRinga has no added sugar.
The second ingredient—plant creamer is made from coconut milk and tapioca. This plant creamer is a digestive aid and makes CocoRinga rich and creamy, whereas other hot chocolate mixes use cheap milk solids, fillers and in some instances approximately ten more ingredients for their creamer.
The third ingredient—oligosaccharides is made from the root of the chicory plant. This is a sweet sap that gives CocoRinga the sweet taste without using sugar. The sap is an inulin which is also a great digestive agent and pre- and pro-biotic.
The fourth ingredient—moringa has been used to fight malnutrition and provides all of the essential nutrients needed to maintain a healthy body. In countries where malnutrition is a problem, the governments have invested in moringa cultivation to successfully tackle the issue of malnutrition.
How many sugars and carbs are in CocoRinga?
CocoRinga has no added sugar. There are 1.8 grams of naturally occurring sugar from the coconut and tapioca used to make the plant creamer and from the chicory root sap used as the sweetener. There are only 10 grams of carbs—mostly from the fiber content.
How many servings are in a box?
There is a 2-week supply of CocoRinga in each box—14 individually packed sachets.
I am diabetic, can I drink CocoRinga?
Yes, you can. Unlike other hot chocolate mixes on the market, CocoRinga has no added or refined sugars. Plus, since we use unprocessed cacao and moringa, CocoRinga helps to reduce glucose levels. CocoRinga also improves insulin resistance and glucose metabolism.
Can the whole family enjoy?
What are oligosaccharides?
Oligosaccharides are the natural sweetener from chicory root used in CocoRinga. It is a pre-biotic and keeps the colon and digestive tract running smoothly. It also aids in lowering cholesterol, strengthening the immune system, and is good for diabetics because it improves glucose metabolism and improves insulin sensitivity. For more info about oligosaccharides, please click here.
Can I drink CocoRina cold?
Absolutely. Simply mix the contents with a small amount of hot water to fully dissolve, then add cold water, ice, or simply refrigerate or freeze.
I find it hard to mix, any suggestions?
You might not be using hot water. Please ensure the water is hot and only mix a small amount of water ensuring the mixture is fully dissolved. Add more hot water bit-by-bit to your desired taste.
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Warning: Cancer and Reproductive Harm – www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/food. - For more info visit foodsalive.com/prop65
Foods Alive takes food safety very seriously. All foods that are grown in nature contain trace levels of naturally occurring elements/minerals such as lead and cadmium, which are naturally present in all soils because they are found in the Earth’s crust. Because these minerals, including cadmium and lead, are present naturally in the soil, they are absorbed by plants through their roots along with other nutrients. As a result, there may be unavoidable traces occurring in virtually all foods, including fish, meats, grains, fruits and vegetables.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and other health authorities have determined that tiny traces of naturally occurring minerals in foods are unavoidable and do not present a public health risk, threat of injury, or need for warnings. The FDA regularly monitors the amount of cadmium and lead in food and we ensure that our products safely pass any FDA regulations.
*Contaminants are often expressed in micrograms (mcg). When considering the levels of naturally occurring elements such as lead or cadmium found in food, it is helpful to put these units of measurement into perspective. How much is a Microgram (mcg)? A microgram is one/one-millionth of a gram. To put this unit into perspective, a penny weighs 2 grams. To get a microgram, you would need to divide the penny into 2 million pieces. A microgram is one of those two million pieces.
California law contains what is known as the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act, also referred to as Proposition 65 (“Prop 65”). Prop 65 is a unique, California-only “right to know” law that requires products sold in California to bear warning notices about potential exposure to any of the over 800 substances (click here for the full list) listed by the state. Prop 65’s warning standards are uniquely low and not safety-based. As a practical matter, Prop 65 warnings are required for any product (food or non-food) that exposes an individual in California to virtually any detectable amount of a listed chemical.
Prop 65 does not ban any products from sale in California; it simply requires warnings about the listed chemical contained in the product. No other state has a law similar to Proposition 65, which requires warnings for listed chemicals contained in products at levels that are far below levels known to cause any actual harm, or that are regulated by the FDA or other federal law. Proposition 65 regulates substances officially listed by California as having a 1 in 100,000 chance of causing cancer or birth defects over a 70-year period.
Trace amounts of lead, cadmium, and other metals and chemicals listed under California’s Proposition 65 are found in some of even the most carefully selected and sourced ingredients contained in Foods Alive products. Lead, as an example, is a naturally occurring element that is found throughout the entire environment, including in soils where it can be taken up by natural plants and herbs all over the world. None of these elements are added by farmers or by Foods Alive. We follow good manufacturing practices throughout our supply chain to minimize or eliminate any contamination.
Source: US Food and Drug Administration, Total Diet Study Market Baskets 2006 through 2011
Rather than face more unscrupulous lawsuits, Foods Alive prefers to comply with Prop 65 by: (1) providing warnings where there are detectable levels of trace amounts of listed chemicals; or (2) limiting the serving size for California residents to avoid any warning requirement; or (3) placing the Prop 65 warning on all of our products. We strongly believe that any minute levels of the chemicals listed by Prop 65 in its products should be exempted under the “naturally occurring allowance” exception.
Why are there Prop 65 warning labels on so many products in California?
Prop 65 has a “citizen-suit” provision meant to pay for itself and not require funding from the legislature. To add incentive to California citizens to police Prop 65, when a citizen (or private enforcer) brings a lawsuit against a company, they are awarded a payment equal to 25% of the Civic Penalty settlement imposed on the manufacturer.
These individuals and law firms may not have to prove that they have been injured in any way by whatever violation of the Prop 65 they are claiming. Prop 65 allows lawyers and individuals to bring suits against companies and put the burden of truth on the manufacturer. Due to the high costs of litigation, most of these lawsuits settle out of court and never make it to trial. In 2016, businesses paid $30.1 million in Prop 65 settlement payments. Of that total, 72% ($21.5 million) went to attorney’s fees.
Example settlement of $100,000: Approximately $72,000 would go to attorney fees and $28,000 would go towards the Civic Penalty. Of that $28,000 Civic Penalty, $7,000 would go to the private individual filing the lawsuit and $21,000 would go to the Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment. You can view the 2016 Prop 65 Settlement Summary here.
Will there be any changes to prevent unnecessary Prop 65 lawsuits?
Governor Brown Proposes to Reform Proposition 65: On May 7, 2013, Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. proposed reforms to strengthen and restore the intent of Proposition 65, a three-decade-old law enacted to protect Californians from harmful chemicals, that has been abused by some unscrupulous lawyers driven by profit rather than public health. Read more about this here.
To learn more visit California's Prop 65 website for additional information.
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