COCO LIME FLUFF
A tropical, sweet and fragrant sauce made with coconut milk and ginger.
New obsession: Prookie Bombs!!! Delicious bombs made with oats, peanut butter, chocolate chips and whey protein. Perfect on-the-go or as a pre-workout healthy snack. 💪🏻 ⚡️ Every Prookie Bomb contains 7 grams of whey protein, which is essential to give strength and elasticity to skin and hair. Whey is the liquid part that separates from the […]
Nori is the Japanese name for a type of seaweed that, as well as in Japan, can be found in China, Korea, and Europe, above all along the British coasts, where it is known as black butler. Seaweed of the Porphyra variety, which is used to make nori, has a high protein and fibre content. […]
Peanuts are an energy food with high protein content: 24 grams of protein and 8 grams of fibre per 100 grams. They are also a good source of group B vitamins and specifically, niacin, which is useful for the well-being of skin and metabolism.
Out of all the nuts, almonds occupy a place of honour. They contain unsaturated fats, oils that nourish the skin from the inside, proteins, plant fibres, minerals, and vitamins (in particular, Vitamin E and B2).
The slightly buttery taste of cashews is perfect with the delicate aroma of toasting. A topping containing lots of fatty acids, vitamin E and zinc.
Chia seeds are very oily and aromatic. They are full of anti-oxidising compounds (quercetin) and have a good fibre content. They are rich in Omega-3 fatty acids, and in particular, alpha linolenic acid, which are precious aids in keeping the nervous and cardiovascular systems healthy. They also contain vitamin A and group B vitamins, in […]
WASABI SESAME SEEDS
These small white sesame seeds have been flavoured with Japanese wasabi and mirin to make them a perfect topping for those who love spices. Wasabi, a traditional Japanese plant, is often used with raw fish dishes on account of its bland antibacterial and digestive properties.
COCO LIME FLUFF
A sauce with sweet, fragrant tropical notes, made with coconut milk, lime, and ginger.
A sesame-based sauce with apple juice and peanut butter for a taste explosion. An excellent source of vegetable protein. Peanuts are an excellent source of carbohydrates, fat and proteins. A balance of these three macronutrients is essential to people of all ages. They are also packed with many other essential nutrients, such as vitamins, minerals […]