Pea protein contains large amounts of essential amino acids, especially lysine, arginine and glutamine. In addition, it is rich in dietary fiber, vitamins B and A, C, E and K, folic acid and many minerals such as potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron and calcium.
Cold-pressed hemp protein is a source of protein with a full profile of exogenous amino acids that the body cannot synthesize on its own, and must be supplied with food. Hemp seeds are easily digestible and easily digestible, rich in fiber, chlorophyll, B vitamins, iron, zinc, copper, calcium, potassium, vitamin E and unsaturated fatty acids Omega-3-6-9.
Protein from quinoa is a complete protein, providing all the necessary amino acids, rich in fiber and often deficient in iron. It is rich in unsaturated fats, mainly alpha-linolenic, oleic and linoleic acids. An excellent dietary component for vegans and vegetarians.
The health benefits of linseed are due to the presence of fiber, lignans and omega-3 fatty acids. Consuming linseed has a positive effect on the circulatory system and regulates the work of the digestive tract. Thanks to lignans (phytoestrogens), seeds can reduce the risk of hormone-dependent diseases, e.g. breast and ovarian cancer. These substances also contribute to the reduction of the level of "bad" LDL cholesterol and blood glucose, protect against osteoporosis and inhibit the growth of pathogenic microorganisms.
MCT (Medium Chain Triglyceride) fats are medium chain fatty acids that are not digested like other fats. They are the preferred source of energy, thanks to which resting energy expenditure may increase after consumption. Some studies indicate that an adequate supply of MCT fats may have a beneficial effect on the reduction of adipose tissue in humans.
Otherwise known as konjac glucomannan, it is a soluble fraction of dietary fiber, ideal for people struggling with constipation. It cleans the intestines without irritating them or causing them to become lazy, as is the case with laxatives.
Due to the high content of trace elements, Himalayan salt is an excellent supplement to electrolytes lost during exercise.
Steviol glycosides in stevia leaves are several hundred times sweeter than sugar, making them effective in a small dose. They are characterized by a low glycemic index and can be successfully used as a sweetener in diabetics or people with carbohydrate disorders.
Green leafy vegetables (kale, spinach, broccoli) are the richest sources of a whole set of vitamins, especially A, C, E and K, fiber, magnesium and iron. Vitamins A, C and E are a set of the strongest natural antioxidants.
The human body needs vitamins and minerals to function properly - they contribute to the proper functioning of our body. They must be supplied in appropriate amounts and proportions with food, because the human body cannot produce them.
Adaptogen, responsible mainly for reducing anxiety, lowering the level of stress hormone (cortisol), easier falling asleep and better quality of sleep, as well as reducing "bad" LDL cholesterol, improving insulin sensitivity and increasing the concentration of thyroid hormones in people with hypothyroidism.
Curcumin, one of the active ingredients of turmeric, has numerous pro-health properties: it has anti-inflammatory and antiviral properties, prevents inflammatory diseases, helps fight cancer, reduces the level of cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood, can prevent the formation of gallstones, protects the DNA of cells against damage.
Ginger root contains valuable substances with a healing effect. It has anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and soothing properties related to inflammation of the respiratory tract. It will help people with motion sickness and nausea.
Ceylon cinnamon not only has a more noble taste, but above all it is characterized by a low content of coumarin, a compound that is toxic to the liver and kidneys in larger amounts and is present in Chinese cinnamon. Consuming cinnamon is recommended for people who have digestive problems, e.g. irritable bowel syndrome, thrush, flatulence, nausea. Cinnamon also has strong antioxidant properties, it lowers cholesterol.
Probiotics, i.e. good bacteria, have healing properties confirmed by numerous studies - their action supports, among others treatment of diarrhea, allergies, atopy, inflammatory diseases of the intestines and liver, and strengthens the body's immunity.