Body Inner Beauty Powder Vanilla

Body Inner Beauty Powder Vanilla

Brand: The Beauty Chef
Size: 500g
In Stock
Price: AU$69.95


“To help nourish and balance your body from the inside-out”

The Carla Oates Body Inner Beauty Powder Vanilla is packed with bio-available plant proteins, super fruits and vegetables, alkalising greens, spices, probiotics and green tea, The Beauty Chef BODY Inner Beauty Powder is a revolutionary super-food wellness supplement designed to nourish your body from the inside out and help promote a healthy weight range in conjunction with a balanced diet and exercise program.

An all-natural, vegan, 95 per cent Certified Organic formula, BODY is designed to help boost your daily protein and nutrient intake, while helping to kick start your metabolism, curb sugar cravings and nourish your body so that it can perform at its best.

Developed by The Beauty Chef herself, Carla Oates, BODY tastes like chocolate (made with organic raw cocoa) and boasts three premium sources of clean plant protein from easily digested fermented brown rice, organic peas and organic chia seeds, naturally completing the amino acid profile. In addition, a mix of potent nutrients from 25 organic, fermented wholefoods including health-boosting alkalising greens and nutrient dense fruits are blended with anti-oxidant rich spices to provide 100 per cent of your recommended daily intake of vitamins C and K, and a natural source of vitamins B2, B3 and B6.

In addition to fermented fruits, vegetables and spices, BODY also contains a power-hit of pre and probiotics to bring the body into balance, while a unique green tea extract helps to support the body's metabolism.

“There is literally no other powder in the world quite like our BODY Inner Beauty Powder, which I've designed to be a protein powder, a greens powder, super food powder and pre and probiotic rolled into one,” said Carla.

“The BODY formula is then super charged thanks to The Beauty Chef's unique Flora Culture™ Bio-Fermentation process, which bio-activates and magnifies the nutritional value of the ingredients while making them more available for the body.”

Method of use;

Blend 2 scoops 20g with almond, coconut or cashew milk, it is the perfect snack or meal supplement that balances your appetite and gives you a clean, nutrient-rich energy boost.”

Containing no synthetic amino acids, artificial colourings, flavourings or preservatives, nor lactose, soy or dairy, each tub of BODY contains 25 servings and can be mixed with water, your favourite nut or dairy milk, into porridge, muesli, yoghurt or a smoothie.

For an extra superfood kick it can be taken together with the Carla Oates GLOW Inner Beauty Powder and the Carla Oates CLEANSE Inner Beauty Powder.

The super ingredients in The Beauty Chef’s Body Inner Beauty Powder include:

  • Organic brown rice, organic pea protein and organic chia seeds: Three premium sources of easily digestible, clean plant protein that naturally contain the complete amino acid profile to help keep you feeling full for longer. Also contributes to the repair and rejuvenation of muscles and normal, healthy tissue.
  • Green Tea: A unique blend of catechins and natural caffeine from green tea (equivalent to what's found in 1.5 cups) to help boost the metabolism and encourage fat burning, which may lead to weight loss in overweight individuals.
  • Ginger, cinnamon, turmeric: A powerful blend of herbs and spices to help stabilise blood-sugar levels and keep sugar cravings at bay.
  • Blueberry, acai, raspberry, cranberry, tomato, strawberry, and pomegranate: A super health boosting blend of anti-oxidants and anti-inflammatories to help fight free radicals and slow down the ageing process.
  • Alkalising blend: A supercharged, super-food blend of barley, alfalfa, wheat and oat grasses, chlorella, cabbage, kale, spinach, broccoli and globe artichoke to provide a cleansing, health boosting hit of greens.
  • Pre and pro-biotics: Each serve contains 500million CFU's of probiotics to help balance digestion and boost immunity.


Not sure which Inner Beauty Powder is right for you?

The Beauty Chef Inner Beauty Powders are unique, powerful, formulas created to support your health and beauty daily. The 100% natural, certified-organic ingredients in The Beauty Chef Inner Beauty Powders are supercharged through our unique Flora Culture bio-fermentation process, which unlocks nutrients and magnifies their benefits. Our formulas are living foods, packed with natural pre- and probiotics, which aid digestion, boost immunity and help balance the digestive system for optimal internal and external health. The Beauty Chef,  believes that beauty begins in the belly, and our powders are designed to help balance you on the inside so you glow on the outside.


Ingredients List
Ingredients Adzuki beans Adzuki beans are very high in fibre and are an excellent source of foliate, potassium, phosphorous, magnesium, iron, and other minerals. They are also a good source of anti-oxidants. Agave A great source of calcium, iron and magnesium. Agave is a slow release sugar that helps to sweeten the powder. Alfalfa seeds Alfalfa seeds are a good source of protein, vitamin A, niacin and calcium, dietary fibre, vitamin C, vitamin K, thiamine, riboflavin, foliate, pantothenic acid, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, zinc, copper and manganese. Anthocyanin (from grape skin) Anthocyanin is a powerful and protective anti-oxidant that absorbs age inducing free radicals. Barley Grass Barley grass is said to have 30 times more vitamin B1 and 11 times the amount of calcium than there is in cow’s milk, 6.5 times as much carotene and nearly 5 times the iron content of spinach. Close to seven times the vitamin C in oranges, four times the vitamin B1 in whole wheat flour, and 80 micrograms of vitamin B12 per 100 grams of dried barley plant juice. Barley grass has one of the highest natural levels of enzyme SOD (superoxide dismutase), which is a powerful antioxidant that protects the cells against toxic free radicals, thought to be a primary culprit in aging. Beetroot Beetroot contains beta Cynin, a type of anthocynin which gives the vegetable its red/purple colour. It contains very potent antioxidants that neutralise a broad range of free radicals. Broccoli sprouts Broccoli sprouts are the richest food source of glucosinolates – sulphur containing chemicals that breakdown after consumption to form biologically active compounds such as indoles, nitrides, thiocyanates and sulphoraphane. These compounds stimulate enzymes in the body that detoxify carcinogens before they damage cells. Broccoli sprouts contain 20-50 times more sulphoraphane than that found in mature broccoli. It is also high in beta-carotene, vitamin C, calcium, folic acid and selenium. Buckwheat Buckwheat is super rich in dietary fibre, vitamin B, and minerals such as zinc, manganese, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium and copper. Burdock Burdock has been used for centuries as a specific herb for chronic skin disorders. It helps the body to eliminate wastes and toxins. Root is eaten in Japan and leaves can be eaten as a salad green. Chia Chia is high in omega-3, calcium, protein, fibre, iron, anti-oxidants, and vitamin B. Chickpeas Chickpeas are rich in dietary fibre, protein (including high levels of tryptophan). This ingredient also contains iron, trace minerals such as manganese, and trace elements of molybdenum and foliate. Chlorella Contains chlorophyll an easily digested complete protein. It is rich in vitamin C, E, and Bs, Calcium, iron, beta-carotene. It is a blood cleanser and increases oxygen levels in the blood. It is well known as a detoxifier of mercury from the body. It is alkalising, anti-inflammatory, rich in anti-oxidants and immune stimulating. Cinnamon Research shows that cinnamon may regulate blood sugar, reduce inflammation and reduce LDL cholesterol. It is a powerful anti-oxidant that also contains a natural chemical called cinnamaldehyde, which studies show increases the hormone progesterone and decreases testosterone production in women, helping to balance hormones. Dandelion Root Dandelion Root is a digestive aid, liver tonic that helps to increase flow of bile. It is ideal for constipation as it regulates the bowels. It also has promising anti-cancer properties (studies are underway) and is high in vitamins A and C and many minerals including potassium. Dunaliella salina A nutrient dense micro algae rich in health promoting carotenoids, especially beta carotene (one of the richest dietary sources), chlorophyll, amino acids, vitamins (E and B12), and essential fatty acids. It also contains both omega-3 and omega-6. The nutrient boasts higher levels of chlorophyll, beta-carotene, lutein and zexanthin than spirulina and carrots. It also contains good levels of selenium and magnesium. Because of its high beta-carotene levels, it is a great source of provitamin A. Ginger A wonderful time-honoured healing ingredient that has many health benefits, from aiding digestive health to providing anti-inflammatory relief. Green tea Green tea is rich in skin and health protective polyphenols. Honey Honey is an anti-microbial and is rich in minerals. Kale Like broccoli, kale is a cruciferous vegetable and contains indoles and sulforaphane. It also contains very high levels of beta carotene (the highest in the plant kingdom). Also high in vitamin C and E. Lemon Tonic for the liver, lemon promotes the production and flow of bile. It helps with fat digestion and the elimination of wastes and toxins through the bowel. Lemon juice Lemon juice is a great source of vitamin C, foliate and potassium. Lentils Lentils are full of dietary fibre, B vitamins, protein (including high levels of tryptophan). They also contain iron, minerals such as manganese, and trace element molybdenum and foliate. Linseeds Linseeds are rich in alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), and therefore a wonderful source of omega-3 fat. Linseeds are also high in dietary fibre and minerals. Maqui berry The dark purple Maqui berry from the Patagonian region of Chile is one of the most anti-oxidant dense foods on the planet. These berries are packed with anthocyanins, a strong antioxidant, which is reflected in their high Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity (ORAC) value. An independent lab report from Brunswick Laboratories (MA) states that the ORAC value for the Maqui berry is 27,600, higher than many greens. It is also higher than what you can find in other super berries, including Acai berry pulp (16,700), cranberries (9,600) and also blueberries (6,500) (ORAC values for the other super berries are from the US Department of Agriculture, 2007). Millet Millet is rich in dietary fibre, vitamin B, foliate minerals such as zinc, manganese, magnesium, and phosphorus. Molasses Molasses is a rich source of vitamin B6, potassium, manganese and magnesium. Mung beans Mung beans are high in vitamin C, B vitamins, foliate, minerals, potassium and zinc. Parsley Parsley is very high in Vitamin C and beta carotene. It is a member of the umbelliferous vegetable family, which is known for anti-cancerous effects. Pepitas Pepitas are a rich source of carotenoids, omega-3, vitamin A, vitamin K, B vitamins, foliate, iron, and minerals such as potassium, phosphorus, zinc, magnesium, potassium, and manganese. Prebiotics Prebiotics are foods that encourage the growth of beneficial bacteria. Probiotics Probiotics are billions of good bacteria to keep the digestive system healthy and boost the immune system of the body and skin. Queen Garnet plum Queen Garnet plum boasts more skin protective anthocyanins than most fruits. Quinoa Quinoa contains high levels of B vitamins, vitamin E, foliate, proteins, magnesium, potassium, zinc, manganese, selenium, iron, and phosphorus. Red lentils Red lentils are a rich source of both soluble and non-soluble fibre. They are also rich in foliate, magnesium, iron and molybdenum. Rice Rice is fibre rich and a good source of B vitamins and skin loving minerals such as selenium, manganese and potassium. Rosemary Rosemary is an antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, digestive tonic, increases the liver’s ability to detoxify excess hormones such as estrogen. St Mary’s Thistle St Mary’s Thistle is a digestive tonic, protective of the liver, tonic for the liver and a powerful antioxidant. It helps the liver’s detoxification pathways to work better – both phases 1 and 2. It promotes the flow of bile and production of bile – an important means for the body to excrete toxins. Stevia Stevia is a sweet herb, used to naturally sweeten the powder. Sunflower seeds Sunflower seeds are a great source of vitamin E, B vitamins, minerals and protein tryptophan and foliate. The seeds also contain omega-6 fats. Turmeric Turmeric is abundant in anti-oxidant curcumin. There are many studies that prove the anti-carcinogenic, anti-inflammatory and skin and health protective properties of this incredible herb.

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