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Every month we bring you new delicious recipes, prepared with 100% fresh and natural ingredients.  

// MAY

ENERGY

BOOST

Pineapple
Melon
Pear
Cocunut
Mint

ENERGY 67,2  kcal
LIPIDS 1 g

of which saturated 0,6 g 
CARBOHYDRATES 13,5 g

of which sugars 13,5 g
PROTEINS 0,9 g

FIBERS 2,6 g

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The fruits and vegetables we chose for this month's Energy Boost were: Pineapple, Melon, Pear, Cocunut and Mint.

Pineapple is a great post-workout option as it favors muscle recovery and has anti-inflammatory properties that help in the health of muscles and joints.

 

Melon is a very refreshing fruit with diuretic properties and rich in vitamins A and C, great antioxidants.

 

Pear is an excellent source of soluble and insoluble fiber. Soluble fibers help to reduce the absorption of cholesterol and glucose, and insoluble fibers such as pectin are essential for maintaining a healthy intestinal transit.

 

The coconut pulp (white part) despite being very high in fat, helps to lower LDL cholesterol (“bad cholesterol”) and to increase HDL cholesterol (“good cholesterol”), and provides medium chain fatty acids - excellent sources of fast energy.

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

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For this month's Brain Food we chose Melon, Mango, Apple, Maca, and Ginger.

Melon and Maca are very rich in vitamin C which, due to their strong antioxidant action, prevents the damage and aging of neurons, as well as other body structures. Vitamin C can be an important ally in the prevention of neurodegenerative diseases.

Mango is rich in vitamin B6 and glutamine, nutrients that improve memory and power of concentration. Its consumption increases the hormonal production of GABA, a neurotransmitter essential for the development of nerve cells.

 

In addition to being an important source of vitamin C, Apples are very rich in quercetin, a powerful antioxidant that helps to reduce cell death caused by oxidation and inflammation of neurons.

 

Maca is a root with origins in Peru. It has numerous proven properties, namely in hormonal regulation, improvement of cognitive function and learning ability.

 

Ginger stimulates blood circulation, and is rich in gingerol, a substance that helps in the dilution of blood clots, making it a good prevention of stroke.

These 5 ingredients make the Brain Food smoothie a perfect drink to increase concentration and look after our brain health.

BRAIN

FOOD

Melon
Mango
Apple
Maca
Ginger

ENERGY 70,8 kcal
LIPIDS 0,5 g

of which saturated 0,1 g 
CARBOHYDRATES 15,9 g

of which sugars 10,5 g
PROTEINS 0,9 g

FIBERS 3,3 g

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ANTI

AGING

Apple
Kiwi
Strawberrires
Linseed

ENERGY 75,6 kcal
LIPIDS 0,8 g

of which saturated 0,1 g 
CARBOHYDRATES 16,2 g

of which sugars 8,6 g
PROTEINS 1 g

FIBERS 3,3 g

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The fruits and vegetables we chose for this month's Anti-aging were Apple, Kiwi, Strawberries and Linseed.

Apple is an excellent source of vitamin C which, due to its strong antioxidant action, prevents damage and aging of gray matter, as well as other body structures. Vitamin C can be an important ally in the prevention of neurodegenerative diseases.

Kiwi is one of the richest fruits in antioxidants, among them we can highlight Beta-carotene, phenolic compounds, flavonoids and vitamin E which also helps to protect skin cells from degeneration and premature aging.

Strawberries have a quarter more antioxidants than most fruits. Antioxidants protect the body from free radicals linked to premature aging.

Linseed is the richest vegetable source of omega 3, a compound with an extraordinary anti-inflammatory action.

This Anti-aging smoothie has the perfect combination of ingredients for healthy cell development.

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