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Pickled cucumbers balance the EPA & DHA rich fatty fish and also jump start your digestion, by giving a boost to your microbiome

Electrical charge differences determined by segregation of various ions, such as Na+, Cl-, Ca++ or K+ drive the electrical backbone of life itself

Quinones are a class of organic compounds derived from aromatic compounds, and have less chemical stability than their aromatic parents. Urrrghh, that’s a rather Saharian-dry definition, isn’t it?  Well, as dry as they may appear, quinones are prevalent throughout biology,…

EPA and DHA, found in cell membrane, support efficient communication between brain cells, improving memory and alleviating depression.

Carnitine is what transports fatty acids into the mitochondria of your cells, where these are oxidized into molecules of ATP, that provide energy for your body.

By adding vegetables, seeds or nuts and protein powder, your smoothie would be similar to foods that make up a meal.

Acknowledging plants will make you more aware of your interaction with other life forms in general, so you can live in balance with everything around you.

Envision yourself as a modern hunter gatherer, hunting for an as big variety of foods as possible, while paying particular attention to the sourcing of those foods

Pectin, found in high amounts in berries, is a fiber that slows down stomach emptying

Iodine is an essential mineral, which means that your body needs it to function properly and you cannot produce it on your own — you must therefore ingest it through your diet or as a supplement. Unlike nutrients such as…

Nitric oxide is made in the body from the amino acid L-arginine by the NOS (Nitric Oxide Synthase) enzyme that exists in three different isoforms.

Figs are loaded with antioxidants, flavonoids, fiber and they are a rich source of iron, which will make you feel energised for more exciting activities

The Masochist, a smoothie that challenges your palate with a variety of flavours on the spicy-bitter end

tryptophan, an essential amino acid that the body uses to produce serotonin, a chemical that helps to regulate sleep, and melatonin

Ketone bodies formation allows for continuous oxidation of fatty acids and is a healthy energy production adaptation

The name Kefir comes from the Turkish word keyif, which refers to the “good feeling” a person gets after they have drunk it.

Anchovies and sardines are two of the richest sources of healthy omega-3 fatty acids and they are a richer source of vitamin B12

glutathione conjugation is one of the 6 phase 2 detox pathways of the body, responsible for approximately 60% of toxin processing

Phytic acid binds important minerals like zinc, iron, calcium and magnesium, preventing their absorption.

The good news is that most of the people have enough B12 stores to last them at least 6 months.

A molecule of glucose can yield up to 36 molecules of ATP, whereas fatty acids can yield 3 or even 4 times as much.

Humans can’t digest lectins. These compounds usually pass through our digestive system unchanged.

Ashwagandha is part of the family of plants called adaptogens which help the body to adapt to stress.

Phytochemical range from classic alkaloids like caffeine, to less known compounds like anthocyanins, flavonoids, terpenes, saponins etc.

Curcumin is a bioactive substance that fights inflammation at the molecular level and stimulates your body’s own antioxidant enzymes.

Micronutrients are so called, because they are required in lesser quantities than macronutrients for the body to function properly.

Quercetin together with vitamin C has antiviral properties and was used as prophylactic treatment in patients with SARS-Cov-2.

Chaga contains 31 times more antioxidants than blueberries!

The first amino acid to be discovered was asparagine, in 1806 and the last of the 20 to be found, threonine, was not identified until 1938.

Spirulina is a single cell organism with a spiral physical configuration that comes from the blue green freshwater algae called cyanobacteria.

Did you know that the oxidation of carbohydrates is the central energy-yielding pathway in most non-photosynthetic cells?

The word nootropic comes from the Greek and it is roughly translated to bend or shape the mind.

Did you know that the human body has more bacteria than human cells?

Fats or lipids are a chemically diverse group of compounds, the common and defining feature of which is their insolubility in water.

Mix of adaptogenic herbs provide stress resilience, as you adapt to daily life challenges

The powder blend of berries and medicinal mushrooms gives a systematic immune boost

This is the most nutrient dense super meal blend available. Helps increase performance and feeds your body entirely

Prebiotic powder mix and the high amount of fiber feed your gut microbiome, soothing your GI tract

Nootropic herbs blend helps with a more balanced cognition throughout the day, without the sometimes jittery effects of coffee

Detox and chelating herbs help detoxify your body, as you indulge in polyphenol rich nutrients. Chlorophyll is the new Hemoglobin!