Monday, January 18, 2016

Righteously Raw - Organic Chocolates

Review by Lisa VanWilliams
Looking for a sweet treat that won't sabotage your clean diet and working out? If you have a Valentine that likes to eat clean, you can give them these chocolates without feeling guilty. Righteously Raw makes a full line of raw, clean, chocolates & chocolate snacks.

Righteously Raw is brought to us by a company called Earth Source Organics. The company was started by Audrey Darrow on the premise that the food we eat is the essence of good health. Audrey is an eleven-year survivor of breast cancer, and the treatments and disease took a toll on her body. She made it her mission to learn about high frequency foods, and then educate the world about them.

So, what are high frequency foods? They are foods in their natural state, unprocessed without chemicals, pesticides, GMO's, and unadulterated by man. When the body eats high frequency foods, the body works better by creating more energy, more awareness, & therefore creating a better emotional balance. Eating processed white sugar in large amounts on daily basis has your body working overtime to fight off the rise in insulin levels in the bloodstream.

All Righteously Raw products are certified Organic, Kosher, Vegan, non-GMO, and Gluten-Free. They are hand made from raw, high frequency foods, and no refined sugars are used. They were kind enough to send me some of their best sellers to check out for myself. If you are a dark chocolate person, these are wonderfully tasty.

Some of the products they offer:
  • Full Sized Bars - Maca, Goji, Caramel, Acai, Rose, Pure Dark
  • Mini Bites - Pure Dark, Divine Mint, Synergy Spice, Maca, Rose
  • Macaroons - Coconut 
  • Mouthfuls - Brownie, Caramel
  • Rawcholatl - Cacao & Spice drink mix
They also sell variety packs and gift baskets. You can find Righteously Raw at most Whole Food locations in Connecticut, or you can use the locator to find a store near you:

To find out more about the company or order online, please go to:

They also work with multiple organizations to give back and make the World a better place:
Doctors for Global Health - Human Rights
The Gentle Barn  - Sanctuary for abused animals
Unblind My Mind - Food we eat and growing health ailments
The Foundation for Healing Among Nations - higher quality life at local, national. and international levels
Yes On 522 - Labeling of GMO foods
Teens Turning Green - Teens making a healthier more sustainable future
Feeding America - 1 in 6 people in America is hungry
Center for Food Safety
Rooted in Peace
Breast Cancer Action
Food Democracy Now

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