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Nutritional Info


At Amazebowls, we believe in 100% transparency. This means you should be completely aware of what you’re putting into your body. We also believe in making healthy eating fun and accessible. Accessibility means there is something here at Amazebowls for everybody. Whether you are vegan, dairy free, gluten free, or looking to watch your sugar intake - we got you covered.

We’ve compiled our frequently asked questions by our Amazebowls community. If there is a question that isn’t listed below, please e-mail us at, and we’ll get back to you shortly.

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Bowl Base

Q: How many calories are in your bowl?
The base only has about 250 - 300 calories. Please note, the total calorie count of your bowl will vary on your choice of toppings.

Q: Is there dairy in your bowl?
Our bowls are vegan and dairy free! We don’t use cow milk, oat milk, almond milk, or any other type of milk or mylk of that sort. Your bowl is completely 100% just fruit.

Q: What kind of acai and pitaya do you use? Is it organic?
We looked far and wide and picked the best one out there. Our acai is sourced from Amazon Planet, and our pitaya is sourced from Pitaya Plus. We chose these brands because they are incomparably pure (no preservatives, colors or flavors), which means they are 100% acai and 100% dragon fruit. They are also organic, gluten free, dairy free, and vegan. Click on the links above to learn more.

Q: Are the fruits in your base organic?
Some of are fruits are, some are not. As much as would want all our sourced fruits to be organic, our daily purchase of fruit depends on seasonality, cost, and freshness.


Q: Do you have sugar in your granola?

Our chocolate, peanut butter, vanilla almond granola have small amounts of brown sugar. If you want a sugar free option, we offer a sugar free granola that has zero sugar. There are a couple other options to have little to no sugar for your granola topping:

1. A sugar free crunch alternative we like is using a blend of almond bits, cacao nibs, flax seeds, and chia seeds instead of granola.

2. You can ask for light granola, or a blend of sugar free and another choice of granola. The key here is also moderation.

We are working on expanding our sugar free granola line… more to come soon!

Q: Are your granolas organic and vegan?
Organic, no. Vegan, yes.

Q: Do you offer gluten free granola?


Q: What kind of sugar do we use at Amazebowls?
We keep our bowls – the base and toppings – as clean and wholesome as possible! In other words, we only use whole fruits. No fruit juices or any other secret ingredients, we promise.

Q: If I eat Amazebowls, am I increasing my sugar intake with all that fruit?
Great question! This topic is incredibly important to us, so we wrote a blog post to explain it. You can access it here.

Q: What is the difference between fruit sugar and refined sugar?
Great question! This distinction is incredibly important to us, so we wrote a blog post to explain it. You can access it here.

Q: Do you use agave? Why do you use it?
All bowls are 100% free of agave in the base. We still offer self serve agave at our Arts District location. We wanted to give back your control of agave content in your bowl.

Agave nectar (most known as agave syrup) is a popular sweetener in the natural health community, and is often touted as a healthy alternative to regular sugar. While the jury is out on whether agave is wholly and definitively a healthier substitute, the key here is moderation.


Q: Do you use organic fruit?

Some of are fruits are, some are not. As much as would want all our sourced fruits to be organic, our daily purchase of fruit depends on seasonality, cost, and freshness.

Q: What does it mean when a fruit is “in season?” Sadly, fruit is one of the most inconsistent fruits out there when it comes to taste. For example, with vegetables you can expect it to taste the same all year round. With fruit, there’s seasonality, which ensures better tasting fruit when it’s “in season.” When you eat fruit that thrives in the current season, you are eating fruit that tastes at it’s optimal best. You are also doing good for your local farmer, body, and wallet. Currently, you can see the seasonal fruit we offer by checking out our fruit board at the Arts District store.


Q: How many calories are your smoothies?
About 200 - 250 calories.

Q: Do you add juice in your smoothies?
Nope. Our establishment is juice free. Your smoothie is made with 100% fruit.

Q: Are your smoothies vegan, dairy free and organic?
Vegan and dairy free, yes. Organic, no.

Nut Butter
Q: What’s in your nut butter?
Brazilian nuts, Almonds, Pecans, Filberts, Cashews, Hint of Salt.

Q: Is your nut butter vegan, gluten free, and dairy free?
Yes to all the above!

Q: If I have a nut allergy, what products at Amazebowls should I avoid?
Definitely avoid the nut butter and almond bits. We also wouldn’t suggest any of our granolas as they are made in in a facility that uses nuts. If you’re looking for a crunch (nut free) substitute, we suggest adding cacao nibs, hemp hearts, chia seeds, and/or flax seeds instead!

The Extra Stuff

Q: What kind of protein do you use?
We use Epic Protein which is completely plant based. Epic Protein uses 100% whole food ingredients. No flavoring, no gums, no thickeners – just pure plant nutrition. Protein is vegan, organic, gluten free, dairy free, sugar free. Click on the link above to learn more.

Q: Where do you source your blue spiurlina and activated charcoal?
We get these two powders sourced from Pop Joy, right here in Los Angeles. We chose Pop Joy because they share the same values as us: vegan, 100% natural, gluten free, and they make healthy eating fun and colorful!