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I AM Beautiful




I AM Beautiful is a protein-rich blend of the most antioxidant abundant super berries and key skin repairing vitamins and minerals.

I AM Beautiful me is bursting with collagen-producing vitamins, fatty acids and amino acids, all which are vital for glowing, radiant, younger looking skin.

I AM Beautiful is rich in vitamin C which boosts and strengthens the immune system.

Add 1 heaped tbsp (10g) to juices, smoothies, non-dairy milk, water, or coconut water. For best results put in a mini shaker and shake vigorously or blitz in a blender! Check out our How to Use page for more information
Tightly sealed in a cool, dry, dark place and out of reach of children
  • Rich in highly digestible protein (85%+)
  • Allergen-free
  • Energy boost
  • Improves strength and stamina
  • Rich in B vitamins and minerals
  • Improves skin health
  • Rich in vitamins A, C, D, E, flavonoids, lycopene and iron
  • Excellent skin-healer, protector and anti-ageing factor
  • Improves collagen synthesis
  • Low-glycemic sweetener
  • Good source of beta-carotene, calcium (92mg/100g), magnesium, phosphorus (186mg/100g), iron, zinc, vitamin B3, calcium and protein (4g/100g)
  • Good source of potassium (1g/100g)
  • Good source of fibre (2.3g/100g)
  • Anti-inflammatory beneficial for wound-healing and ageing skin (promotes tissue regeneration)
  • Regulates blood sugar levels
  • Good source of ellagic acid (an anti-cancer compound)
  • Immune system boost
  • High concentration of vitamin C (1.9-2.3g/100g = 40 times more than oranges and more than acerola and rosehip)
  • Natural anti-histamine
  • Beneficial for skin health – supports collagen synthesis
  • Strong antioxidant
  • Rich in flavonoids (protect eyes)
  • Rich in anthocyanins and carotenoids, such as lutein
  • Rich in antioxidant flavonoids
  • Rich in amino acids
  • Rich in fatty acids
  • Rich in vitamin A, B2, C and E
  • Rich in zinc and iron
  • Rich in vitamin A, calcium and iron
  • Rich in B-vitamins, vitamin K, potassium and manganese
  • One of the highest sources of resveratrol
  • Rich in ferulic and ellagic acids
  • Rich in omega fatty acids
  • Beneficial to skin health
  • Anti-cancer polyphenols
  • Rich in betaine, alanine, alantoin, arginine, beta-carotene, calcium, fibre (about 10% by weight), GABA, glycine, histidine, pantothenic acid (vitamin B5), phosphorous, selenium, thiamine (vitamin B1), tryptophan, tyrosine, vitamin C and zinc.
  • Rich in potassium which contributes to normal blood pressure
  • Rich in magnesium which contributes to normal muscle function.
  • Rich in Vitamin B6 and folic acid, which can help towards normal blood formation, immune system function, brain function and the synthesis of amino acids.
  • Beneficial to liver and kidney function
  • Rich in nitrates, which help widen blood vessels and circulate an increase in oxygen-rich blood to the heart muscle
  • Improves athletic performance
  • Improves strength and endurance
  • Lowers blood pressure
  • Packed with antioxidants, including the powerful EGCG (over 3 times that in green tea)
  • Boosts metabolism
  • Detoxifies effectively
  • Calms the mind and relaxes the body (l-theanine)
  • Rich in fiber, chlorophyll and vitamins
  • Enhances mood and aids in concentration
  • Provides vitamin C, selenium, chromium, zinc and magnesium
  • Immune system booster
  • Lowers cholesterol and blood sugar
  • Cancer-inhibiting factor
  • Skin-healing and protection from sun damage
  • Anti-viral
  • Anti-bacterial
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Regulates blood sugar levels
  • Rich in protein
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Rich in flavonoids
  • Strong antioxidant properties
  • Skin-healing
  • Adaptogen
  • Cardioprotective
  • Improves gastrointestinal health
  • Adaptogen (normalises, balances)
  • Rich in lignans (protect and improve liver function)
  • Calming (helps relieve sleep disorders)
  • Immune system boost
  • Combats fatigue
  • Improves skin tone
  • Antioxidising
  • Normalises blood sugar levels
  • Absorption of vital nutrients (rich in fulvic acid)
  • Efficient detoxification
  • Super nutrient-rich
  • Energy enhancing
  • Mood enhancing
  • Balances blood sugar levels
  • Antioxidant
Nutritional information Per 100g Per serving
(1 tbsp/10g)
Energy 1445KJ/344Kcal 145KJ/34kcal
Protein 23.7 g 2.37g
Carbohydrates 36.1g 3.61g
of which Sugars 13.9g 1.4g
Fibre 19.6g 2g
Total Fat 9.02g 0.9g
of which Saturates 2.16g 0.2g
Sodium 229mg 23mg
  1. FDA-approved: link
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“I have been suffering with ulcerative colitis since 1999 and have been taking anti inflammatory medecine for this nearly every day since. I have been able to stop the medecine for about 2 weeks and at a stretch 3 weeks but never any longer than that. In times of stress, my colitis gets very acute and I feel very miserable and generally it does get me down. This summer, in August, I tried the IAM BEAUTIFUL blend and felt a great result in terms of my skin, hair and general mood – and more importantly, my colitis did not flare up during that month. I didnt initially make the connection with IAM BEAUTIFUL , but once I had finished it, my colitis came back with a vengeance. I went back to my ususal medecine and everthing was ok. I started another bag of IAM BEAUTIFUL at the beginning of November and again, during this time, I felt great, and my colitis did not flare up! So I carried on with IAM BEAUTIFUL and since the middle of November I have only had to take my anti-inflammatory medecine two days – which is completely unheard of for me during a 3 month period. I am sure the skin healing and reparative virtues of IAM BEAUTIFUL are healing me on the inside, and the other ingredients are having an effect on my mood making me happier and less stressed, so keeping the colitis away. I am so happy to have reduced and so far eliminated the intake of medecine and replaced it with such natural products and healing myself on the inside. Thank you Naomi for introducing me to your fabulous blend of IAM BEAUTIFUL – I am amazed to have discovered a fully natural alternative to the medecine I have taking for the last 17 years!” Sophie Aubertin – France

“I have been taking Naomi’s I AM beautiful blend every morning for the last three weeks and it is fabulous! I am 48 years old and have always looked after my skin but this blend has given me that extra glow and confidence that I never had before. I mix it with cold water or for a treat with coconut water and it is delicious. I AM beautiful has become an integral part of my morning beauty routine and I love it. The Summer is here girls…this is the time to rock and glow from the inside out x” Sonia – Nice, France

“I love Naomi’s new superfood blends. I have started with ‘I am energised’ and ‘I am beautiful’ mainly based on taste and have been taking them in the morning with a soya/coconut yoghurt or just with soya/ or a nut milk. If I feel tired I sometimes have them in the afternoon as well. They re delicious and easy to digest, full of superfoods and anti-oxidants, and I feel more energetised and balanced since I have started. They are now part of my health routine” Anne Mellantin – Monaco


Product Description

Radiant Beauty Begins Within!


I AM Beautiful is a powerful, natural blend of the worlds most antioxidant rich super berries including Camu Camu, Acai and Goji Berry powder.
I AM Beautiful is also abundant in plant protein, superfoods and adaptogens to help support and maintain skin health and strengthen immunity. For Radiant Beauty that Begins within, enjoy this blend alongside a healthy diet, regular exercise and stress management

Naomi’s TIP: I especially love I AM Beautiful when I travel as it boosts my immunity and nourishes my skin back to health.

Powdered ingredients:

Combined with LOVE for your RADIANT health

  • Pea protein* – Protein, B Vitamins and minerals for repair and growth
  • Rosehip* – Vitamins A, C, D, E, flavonoids, lycopene for skin healing & collagen synthesis
  • Lucuma* – Magnesium & phosphorus. Anti-inflammatory for ageing skin, & tissue regeneration
  • Camu Camu* – High vitamin C & antioxidant for collagen synthesis & free radical protection
  • Goji Berry – Amino acids & fatty acids essential for healthy skin
  • Acai* – High source of the antioxidant reseveratrol, & omega fatty acids for anti-ageing
  • Beetroot* – Rich in Potassium and iron for hair growth, cell renewal and repair
  • Green Leaf Stevia – Over 100 phytochemicals, terpenes & flavonoids. A natural low GI sweetener
  • Matcha* – Antioxidants and Chlorophyll for skin healing and protection from sun damage
  • Moringa – 90 nutrients, 45 antioxidants & fatty acids for nourishment & hydration of skin & hair
  • Sea Buckthorn* Flavonoids rich antioxidant for skin repair, hydration and regeneration
  • Schizandra* Balancing adaptogen & rich in lignans to improve skin tone
  • Shilajit – Bio-generative properties to promote cell regeneration and anti-ageing
  • *denotes organic, origin of ingredients is varied

Disclaimer: This product is intended for consumption alongside a balanced diet and active lifestyle. It is not to be used as a substitute. Do not use if pregnant or breastfeeding Consult your doctor or a medical professional if you are taking any medication or have a medical condition. Not intended for those under the age of 18.

I AM Beautiful is a scientifically formulated blend of carefully selected functional ingredients that are kosher and suitable for vegans and vegetarians. Our range of superfoods are free from Dairy / Soy / Whey / Artificial sweeteners / Fillers / Synthetic vitamins and minerals


Please note that due to the natural formation of some of the ingredients you may find a few lumps and bumps in your bag.

300g gives 30 servings and 70g gives 7 servings.

Find the answers to all your questions on our GlossaryFAQ and How to Use pages.