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// JUNE

ENERGY

BOOST

Pineapple
Apple
Spinach
Matcha

ENERGY 79,6 kcal
PROTEINS 1,1 g
LIPIDS 0,6 g
CARBOHYDRATES 17,3 g
FIBERS 3,5 g

The fruits we chose for this month's Energy Boost were Mango, Apple and Pineapple. Mango is an excellent source of B-complex vitamins - a group of essential vitamins used for various metabolic functions, namely for energy production.

 

Apple plays an important role in combating bone deficiencies, namely osteoporosis. Its nutrients, like phosphorus, are important for calcium fixation, increasing bone density and resistance. Pineapple is rich in bromelain - a set of digestive enzymes that degrade protein bonds, essential for digestion. As this physiological process consumes a lot of energy, the intake of pineapple helps to "save" energy in digestion and use it in other functions.

The vegetable we chose for this smoothie was Spinach. Spinach is rich in coenzyme Q10, an antioxidant essential for energy production. This nutrient also assists in physical performance and slows down the aging process. Finally, we also add Matcha, excellent for keeping the body awake and full of energy. This ingredient maintains a perfect balance between theine - stimulating molecule, similar to caffeine - and theanine - relaxing molecule.

The combination of these 5 ingredients makes this smoothie a perfect Energy Boost, ready to provide nutrients and energy we need to embrace the day.

BRAIN

FOOD

For Brain Food we chose yellow and orange fruits and vegetables, due to their natural pigments - Carotenoids.

Some of the fruits we chose for this month's Brain Food were Pineapple, Mango and Peach - excellent sources of vitamin C, a potent antioxidant. In addition, Mango also contains folic acid, essential for the development of the central nervous system.

 

Peach is rich in chlorogenic and neochlorogenic acid, two antioxidants studied in the prevention of neurological degenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer's disease.

The vegetable we chose for this smoothie was Carrot. The carrot is rich in vitamin E and beta-carotenes, which have potent antioxidant properties. These are extremely important to maintain the health of the  central nervous system and to guarantee the ability to renew brain cells.

These 4 ingredients make this Brain Food smoothie a perfect drink to increase concentration and take care of our brain’s health.

Mango
Peach
Pineapple
Carrot

ENERGY 64,4 kcal
PROTEINS 1,1 g
LIPIDS 0,4 g
CARBOHYDRATES 13 g
FIBERS 2 g

ANTI

AGING

Apple
Strawberries
Kiwi
Linseed

ENERGY 75,6 kcal
PROTEINS 1,0 g
LIPIDS 0,8 g
CARBOHYDRATES 16,2 g
FIBERS 9,1 g

The fruits we chose for this month's Anti-aging were Mango, Kiwi and Strawberry. Mango is rich in carotenoids, which have a high photoprotective action on the skin, protecting it from the harmful effects of ultraviolet rays.

 

Kiwi is one of the richest fruits in antioxidants, of which we can list beta carotene, phenolic compounds, flavonoids and vitamin E, which also help to protect skin cells from degeneration and premature aging.

 

Strawberries have a quarter more antioxidants than most fruits, protecting the formation of free radicals, linked to premature aging.

For this smoothie, we also chose Linseed, as it is a plant source rich in omega-3, a compound with an extraordinary antinflammatory action.

This Anti-Aging smoothie has the perfect combination of ingredients to guarantee a healthy cell development.

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