Buckwheat is a natural source of minerals and vitamins: iron (helps the formation of red blood cells/hemoglobin in the blood and allows normal supply of energy metabolism), zinc (helps maintain normal metabolism of carbohydrates and the reproductive system), calcium, iodine, phosphorus, boron, zinc, magnesium, organic acids, pectin, and from the vitamins contains B group vitamins and vitamin A.View Details
Chia seeds (salavia hispanica) are recognized since the time of the ancient civilizations and played an important role as a source of energy for the Mayans and the Incas. Because of the remarkable features of the seed Mayans called it “Chia” which means “Strength”.
The Chia seed is the richest plant source of Omega-3 fatty acids (over 30%), Omega-6 fatty acids (10%), proteins and powerful antioxidants. This “super seed” as the nutritionists call it is an excellent source of essential minerals (phosphorus, manganese, calcium and zinc) and a high percentage of dietary fiber.
Flax seed is one of the richest sources of fatty acids that dilute the blood and reduce the risk of thrombosis.
In traditional medicine, it is used as a cure against inflammation of nose tissue and membrane (chronic rhinosinusitis), stomach and intestines. In case of digestion problems, you should consume two spoons daily.
4 ground seeds is remarkably balanced mix of flax seed, integral sesame, sunflower seeds and pumpkin seeds. They are naturally rich in iron, vitamin B1, calcium, magnesium and phosphorus, and also a natural source of omega 3 and omega 6 oily acids. 4 ground seeds are rich in fiber.View Details
Sesame seeds contains 43% polyunsaturated fatty acids, 43% monounsaturated fatty acids and 12% saturated fats. It is rich in proteins and contains essential amino acids, especially methionine. The seeds contain a special ingredient known as sesamin, which reduces cholesterol levels in the blood and, in turn, the absorption of the intestines and helps digestion. The sesame contains vitamin E as well, which is one of the most powerful antioxidants. It is rich in magnesium, zinc, potassium and iron (compared to meat, the concentration of potassium is 20 times greater, while iron concentration 3 times). It is considered to be healing food that slows down the aging process.View Details
Coconut oil is one of the healthiest oils used in diet and nutrition. It is a vegetable oil extracted from the kernel or meat of coconuts so that all the oil nutrients are maintained.
The oil is white or pale yellow in color and has the specific pleasant smell of a coconut. The coconut oil contains a healthy form of saturated fats suggesting that its consumption boosts metabolism. It helps the body burn more fats by giving it more energy and greater endurance. All this results in loss of extra kilograms and maintaining healthy, balanced weight. 50% of the saturated fats in the coconut oil is, in fact, lauric acid, a dominant fat acid in breast milk.
It is produced with mechanical pressing and filtrating of the oil from the pumpkin seeds and no chemical additives added which results in wonderful taste and aroma.
It characterizes with dark green color and a distinctive taste. It is high in vitamin E and functions as antioxidant.