YOUR NUTRITIONAL NEEDS

A Healthy Outside Starts From The Inside

Supports the Immune System & Healthy Gut Flora

Powerful Antioxidants

Good Source of Dietary Fiber

Make Bones Strong

Increases Energy

Post-Workout Recovery

+ Vitamin H Biotin

PROPERTIES OF INGREDIENTS

  • SPIRULINA
  • MORINGA
  • CITRATE OF MAGNESIUM
  • VITAMIN H BIOTIN
  • SPINACH
  • CACTUS

In states of anemia, it increases hemoglobin, improves blood quality and increases the production of red blood cells, thanks to its high content of iron, its high concentration of chlorophyll and its content of phycocyanin, a blue pigment that helps induce production of stem cells in the bone marrow. Strengthens immunity, increases the production of antibodies and cytokines, including interferons and interleukins, develops greater protection against viruses and microbes, and improves immune status. Due to its high content of provitamin A and zeaxanthin, both responsible for ocular function, beneficial properties are attributed to improve vision. In addition, its rich composition in easily absorbed proteins and antioxidants is useful for athletes to recover after intense physical effort. In addition, its high content of calcium and magnesium helps to mitigate possible cramps. It has been reviewed that due to its high content of proteins, B vitamins and minerals such as zinc, hair cells are nourished and stabilized, which gives it a stronger and shinier appearance. Essential fat acids help improve circulation and prevent its fall. The same happens with nails and skin. Several studies have shown that it increases the intestinal flora, promotes bacterial balance.

Moringa stands out as a powerful nutritional and energetic contribution, with antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antihistamine, antibacterial, lipid-lowering, hypoglycemic, eupeptic (favors digestion), emollient, dermoprotective, and antifungal properties. The extracts of its leaves and seeds show an intense antioxidant capacity, very useful to stop the action of free radicals and to prevent infections. Therefore, it is attributed a preventive effect. It helps reduce blood cholesterol levels, helps reduce LDL cholesterol levels in the blood, and in the long run it prevents cardiovascular accidents. It is a power plant; enhances the production of red blood cells and provides us with essential vitamins. Provides a contribution of vitality and energy. Moringa has a high anti-inflammatory capacity, proving effective in the treatment of chronic conditions such as diabetes, arthritis and osteoarthritis, but also in digestive, liver and kidney inflammations. Concentrated extracts of moringa leaves have been shown to reverse tissue inflammation. Among other of its effects, it has been shown to exert a repairing effect on liver cells, increasing protein content, restoring liver enzyme levels, and reducing inflammation.

Magnesium is a mineral provided by food and is included in what is known as essential micronutrients. It has a very important role in the body to help maintain your vitality and maintain healthy muscles, it plays a crucial role in bone metabolism. In addition to inhibiting bone resorption, magnesium stimulates the creation of bone and participates in the activity of vitamin D. The role of magnesium in maintaining strong bones is therefore indisputable. The deficiency of this mineral is associated with psychological and emotional alterations. Depression, anxiety and stress are some of the moods that have been studied in relation to magnesium. High blood pressure is a major risk factor for heart disease and stroke. Magnesium supplements lower blood pressure, but only slightly. Some studies indicate that people who consume more magnesium in their diet have a lower risk of heart disease and stroke. People with migraines sometimes have low levels of magnesium in their blood and other tissues. Several minor studies indicate that magnesium supplements may reduce the frequency of migraines.

A sufficient intake of biotin is important as it helps the body to:
• Convert food into glucose, which is used to produce energy; • Produce fat acids and amino acids (the building blocks of proteins); • Activate the metabolism of proteins / amino acids in the hair roots and nail cells.
• They allow the creation of hemoglobin and stabilize blood levels. Some results of preliminary studies indicate that biotin
supplementation could improve blood sugar control in people with type 2 diabetes. Biotin promotes the growth of rapidly reproducing tissues, providing more elasticity and less hair breakage.
Improves the health of roots and follicles by increasing oxygenation levels in different tissues, including the hair bulb. A brittle and thin hair, cracked and weak nails, or a dermatitis caused by dry and irritated skin, are some of the symptoms that occur when the body shows a deficiency of this vitamin.

Spinach protects the lining of the stomach and acts as a reliever for heartburn and heartburn. They are a source of vitamin A, C, K and folic acid; They are also rich in iron and calcium, all of which are important for curing gastritis and gastric ulcers. Spinach is without a doubt a superfood loaded with tons of nutrients in a low calorie food product. This deep green characteristic is important for skin and hair and provides protein, iron, vitamins and minerals. Spinach fights constipation due to its high fiber content. In addition, fiber causes cholesterol and glucose in the blood to be reabsorbed, thus helping to control diabetes and cholesterol. They are also a natural diuretic. According to certain studies, it has been possible to verify that the phytochemicals and bioactives derived from spinach are capable of eliminating reactive oxygen species and preventing macromolecular oxidative damage, modulating the expression and activity of genes involved in metabolism, proliferation, inflammation and antioxidant defense.

Among some of its many benefits, the following stand out: From its richness in soluble fiber, it has a satiety effect and a reduction in the absorption of fat at the intestinal level, contributing to weight loss. In addition, the vegetable fibers of the nopal control the excess production of gastric acid and protect the mucosa of the stomach and intestines. In the treatment of diabetes: It has a highly recommended hypoglycemic power as prevention and treatment of this condition, since it decreases glucose concentrations in the blood. The presence of dietary fiber helps to dilute the concentration of potentially cancer cells that may occur in the colon, thereby preventing, to a certain extent, the appearance of this condition. Antioxidant: Due to its high antioxidants, it helps fight free radicals that age the skin. Helps regenerate skin cells to allow wound healing. Other bioactive compounds that nopal contains have an anti-inflammatory effect, preventing the generation of plaques that clog the arteries, and with it cardiovascular diseases

  • KIWI FRUIT
  • PINEAPPLE
  • ORANGE
  • APPLE PULP
  • STEVIA
  • GREEN JUICE

Kiwifruit offers a surprising amount and variety of nutrients. It contains notable amounts of soluble fiber, which regulates cholesterol, triglyceride and sugar levels in the blood, it is also rich in folic acid, important for preventing spina bifida during pregnancy, as well as for the formation of red blood cells. It is very rich in antioxidant substances such as chlorophylls, carotenes and other compounds of this family, such as xanthophylls or lutein. Kiwi fruit is rich in potassium that favors the elimination of fluids and balances the effect of salt, which is why it is advisable in weight loss diets, during pregnancy and in cases of hypertension and heart failure. Kiwifruit is a recommended dessert after a copious meal because it contains actinidin, which helps digest proteins, which prevents heaviness, gastritis and gas formation.

It contains bromelain, an enzyme that has a positive effect on digestion, allowing the breakdown of proteins. It is a natural diuretic, which helps eliminate fluids and toxins from the body and is also a natural anti-inflammatory, contributes to the proper functioning of the liver. Pineapple helps balance glucose levels in the blood. It contains vitamins such as C, vitamin A, B and folic acid. It also has an enzyme, bromelain, found in the stem and fruit, which facilitates digestion. Specifically, it has the virtue of breaking down proteins and converting them into amino acids, which favors the digestive process. Pineapple is an excellent remedy for the liver and its regular consumption is known to increase circulation in this vital organ. In addition, pineapple exerts a remarkable anti-inflammatory action, useful in cases of tendinitis and rheumatic conditions with edema of the limbs. Its consumption can help to inhibit platelet aggregation and exert fibrinolytic activity, which can reduce the risk of embolisms.

Due to its low glycemic index, the orange is one of the fruits recommended for the prevention of diabetes. Its high content of vitamin C stimulates the production of white blood cells and helps to strengthen the immune system. It contains antioxidants that maintain healthy skin and reduce the signs of aging. They are rich in calcium, which protects bones and teeth, keeping them healthy. Its consumption helps reduce fat absorption and lower cholesterol and blood pressure. It has anti-inflammatory properties, making it beneficial for people with arthritis. Oranges are also rich in thiamine and folic acid, two B vitamins essential for the health of the nervous system. In addition, due to its richness in magnesium, which thins the blood and prevents the formation of clots, it protects against the risk of cardiovascular disorders. Another of the health benefits of oranges is that they act as a stomach and intestinal regulator to relieve gastric spasms and slow and heavy digestions or dyspepsia. Also, they are carminative in those who are prone to gas and bloating.

The apple is rich in pectin, a type of soluble fiber that is not absorbed in the intestine. It retains water and turns into a gel that acts as an emulsion that absorbs waste in the intestine and facilitates the elimination of toxins with the feces. In addition, they renew the intestinal flora, prevent fermentation and act as a natural dentifrice.
The apple is, after the quince, one of the fruits with the highest content of tannins, which are astringent and anti-inflammatory. Among its vitamins, C stands out: an apple can cover 30% of daily needs. It is rich in boron, a mineral that is involved in many body functions. One of them is to facilitate the assimilation of calcium and magnesium, thus helping to prevent osteoporosis. For diabetics, apple is ideal for two reasons: a good part of its sugar is in the form of fructose, which does not require insulin to enter cells and, secondly, pectin helps regulate the release of sugars, which allows its passage to the blood to be slow and progressive.

Although we know stevia as a NATURAL sweetener, it is a medicinal PLANT that we can use as such, if we use the stevia leaf, whole leaf or powder, thanks to its properties: * It does not provide calories, it has no impact on blood glucose or blood sugar. * Antibacterial. * Vasodilator. * Diuretics. * Immunomodulatory. Stevia has a dilation effect on blood vessels, it can also increase diuresis or excretion of urine and sodium. As a result, it can lower blood pressure.The apple is, after the quince, one of the fruits with the highest content of tannins, which are astringent and anti-inflammatory. Among its vitamins, C stands out: an apple can cover 30% of daily needs. It is rich in boron, a mineral that is involved in many body functions. One of them is to facilitate the assimilation of calcium and magnesium, thus helping to prevent osteoporosis. For diabetics, apple is ideal for two reasons: a good part of its sugar is in the form of fructose, which does not require insulin to enter cells and, secondly, pectin helps regulate the release of sugars, which allows its passage to the blood to be slow and progressive.

Although we know stevia as a NATURAL sweetener, it is a medicinal PLANT that we can use as such, if we use the stevia leaf, whole leaf or powder, thanks to its properties: * It does not provide calories, it has no impact on blood glucose or blood sugar. * Antibacterial. * Vasodilator. * Diuretics. * Immunomodulatory. Stevia has a dilation effect on blood vessels, it can also increase diuresis or excretion of urine and sodium. As a result, it can lower blood pressure.The apple is, after the quince, one of the fruits with the highest content of tannins, which are astringent and anti-inflammatory. Among its vitamins, C stands out: an apple can cover 30% of daily needs. It is rich in boron, a mineral that is involved in many body functions. One of them is to facilitate the assimilation of calcium and magnesium, thus helping to prevent osteoporosis. For diabetics, apple is ideal for two reasons: a good part of its sugar is in the form of fructose, which does not require insulin to enter cells and, secondly, pectin helps regulate the release of sugars, which allows its passage to the blood to be slow and progressive.

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