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SEEDS AND FLAKES
Seeds and natural flakes from organic farming or bio dynamic. For your breakfasts or snacks, at any time of the day.
The quinoa seed is rich in antioxidants, minerals and trace elements, such as iron, potassium and phosphorus. It contains as much fiber as whole grains, useful in particular to increase the feeling of satiety and stimulate transit.
The coral lentil is rich in various nutrients: fiber, vegetable proteins, phosphorus (very good for bones), zinc, iron and flavonoids (very good antioxidants). All its properties make the coral lentil an excellent legume for your well-being.
Dried vegetables, the lentils of champagne are excellent for health dietitians know this perfectly. They are among the few foods that provide protein, fiber, calcium and iron. It will accompany your dishes while preserving your health.
Rich in vitamins, potassium, iron and magnesium, faba beans are loaded with a strong antioxidant power that protect us. Field beans are similar to lima beans and contain around 30% protein. They are a good source of energy. It is eaten in soup, pan-fried, stew ...
Full of vitamins and minerals like iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, as well as calcium, lentils are excellent for avoiding deficiencies. They are also full of group B vitamins, especially vitamin B9 and B3.
The lentil is a legume rich in iron (3.3 mg / 100 g) and protein (26% raw, 9% cooked), essential nutrients for energy and tone.
It is also an excellent alternative to meat.
The Beluga lentil, or more commonly called lentil caviar, is often considered the thin flower of lentils, due to its peculiarity of being very round, black and smooth. It provides us with a high content of fibers, proteins, vitamins and minerals.
PROTEINS - LIPIDS – CARBOHYDRATES
The silicon content of brown millet is strongly recommended for athletes, in case of fractures to promote good bone reconstruction, children in growth period, to help overcome fatigue. Millet seeds can be germinated. To mix in a yogurt, for direct consumption, or in a salad ...
With an interesting content of iron and calcium (100 g of teff provides 180 mg of calcium), almost as much as a plain yogurt. An interesting fact for lactose intolerant. This seed is also rich in potassium, zinc and magnesium.
The coral lentil is rich in various nutrients: fiber, vegetable proteins, phosphorus (very good for bones), zinc, iron and flavonoids (very good antioxidants). All its properties make the coral lentil an excellent legume for your well-being. It will be appreciated as an accompaniment as well as a salad.
Good news for those who do not eat meat: the lentil is a legume rich in iron (3.3 mg / 100 g) and protein (26% raw, 9% cooked), essential nutrients for energy and tone!
Chickpeas are rich in fiber, iron (4.86 mg / 100g) and vegetable proteins, a good supplement so when you do not eat meat. They have the advantage of being more satietogenic (feeling of satiety) than starchy foods, thanks to the amount of fiber they contain, and they have the advantage of having a low glycemic index.