The richest in protein among cereals, oatmeal is a great source of B vitamins, vitamin E, selenium and magnesium, as well as a treasury of flavonoids - compounds with antioxidant properties. In oatmeal there is fiber in the form of a soluble fraction (beta-glucan), which is a medium for "good" intestinal bacteria. This fiber slows down the process of sugar absorption, binds fatty acids and cholesterol. ⠀
Consuming cocoa helps fight stress, improves concentration and accelerates regeneration. In addition, cocoa beans are a source of vitamins A, E, C and B vitamins. The flavonols contained in cocoa improve cognitive functions.
The highest health value of coconut is considered to be medium-chain saturated fatty acids contained in its composition, which accelerate metabolism and are a quickly available source of energy. Coconut flesh contains magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, folic acid and fiber.
Coconut sugar has a light coconut and caramel aftertaste. It is classified as a low GI product (coconut sugar glycemic index is 35), so it can be used by diabetics.
Plantain egg has a positive effect on the growth of the number of good bacteria in the intestines and is a source of fiber. It helps to increase the viscosity of the intestinal contents, regulate the frequency of bowel movements and improve digestion. In addition, psyllium seeds help maintain the proper level of cholesterol in the blood. Plantain ovoid can be used during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
Cashews are an excellent source of protein, vitamins A, D, E, K, B vitamins, minerals: calcium, phosphorus, iron, potassium, magnesium, zinc, selenium and EFAs (essential unsaturated fatty acids).