Nutritional and easily digested, this nut is really rich in:

  • proteins with high amino acid arginine content
  • resveratrol and other antioxidant compounds
  • coenzyme Q10
  • polyunsaturated fatty acids
  • fibers
  • folic acid
  • vitamin E
  • magnesium
  • potassium


A nut full of:

  • “healthy” oil that shares characteristics with olive oil
  • proteins rich in amino acid arginine
  • fibers
  • a precious mixture of antioxidants with synergistic action (selenium, squalene, b-sitosterol)


One of the richest nuts in fibers, truly nutritional and digestible, but also rich in:

  • digestible proteins
  • phytosterols
  • calcium
  • vitamin E
  • polyunsaturated fatty acids


A nut that is also very nutritional and easily digested, but still full of:

  • digestible proteins with a high content of amino acid leucine
  • fibers
  • polyunsaturated fatty acids
  • vitamin K and folic acid
  • iron and selenium


Belonging to the category of ancient oilseed crops, this valuable ingredient contains great amounts of:

  • polyunsaturated fatty acids
  • antioxidant compounds such as lignans
  • proteins
  • fibers
  • folic acid
  • selenium
  • iron


One of the few types of food that is considered to help against such a wide range of diseases. According to the official database of USDA, it is rich in:

  • flavonoids, which are antioxidants that significantly protect against free radicals


A proud and beloved member of the exotic family, it offers natural sugars, proteins and highly digestible fat, consisting mainly of medium chain fatty acids. Thus, we are talking about a direct source of energy, since these oils are easily absorbed and metabolized by the body.


A valuable source of:

  • vitamin C, a powerful natural antioxidant that protects cells from oxidative stress and helps the immune system function properly
  • phytochemicals
  • potassium
  • folic acid


The richest source of b-carotene (provitamin A) than any fruit and a great enhancer of iron absorption. Moreover, it is full of:

  • phytochemical compounds
  • iron
  • potassium
  • fibers
  • organic acids
  • vitamin E


One of the richest sources of good bioavailability in b-carotene (provitamin A), it significantly enhances iron absorption. At the same time, it is full of potassium, fibers and phytochemicals. It’s not by accident that it is also called “a gold mine of antioxidants “.

Corinthian Raisin

A dried fruit, renowned for its great nutritional value, considered a valuable part of a traditional Mediterranean diet. It is extremely rich in:

  • phenolic antioxidants
  • soluble and insoluble fibers
  • potassium
  • tartaric acid, that is directly related to enhancing the iron absorption

Sesame Oil

A good quality functional oil, known for its very high concentration of phytosterols. It also offers:

  • polyunsaturated fatty acids
  • antioxidant compounds such as Lignans (sesamine, sesamolin)
  • vitamin E

Rice Bran Oil

A good-quality functional oil, with possibly the highest concentration of phytosterols. Moreover, it provides:

  • Ω-3 and other polyunsaturated fatty acids
  • antioxidant compounds such as γ-oryzanol
  • Vitamin E


A natural sweetener, full of important ingredients such as:

  • vitamins
  • minerals
  • amino acids
  • enzymes
  • organic acids
  • phenols, that increase antioxidant content, protecting the body from free radicals

Stevia glycosides

The well-known, natural calorie-free sweetener, that is impressively 250-300 times sweeter than sugar and originates from the sweetest herb, Stevia.

Chicory root fibers

A natural ingredient originating from various plants. Being a prebiotic dietary fiber, it improves the health of the gastrointestinal tract, while providing better calcium absorption.


A low glycemic index carbohydrate (GI = 35), that provides almost half the calories than sugar. It helps maintain and lose body weight but also manages blood sugar levels.


A slow absorption carbohydrate (glycemic index = 15 ± 4) that does not increase blood sugar levels as much as sugar, while it provides sweet taste and longer lasting energy.

Whey protein

A protein with impressive assimilation and high biological value. Its amino acid composition is similar to the human skeletal muscle. So important that even nature has ensured that it is the dominant protein provider in breast milk, equal to 60%.

Skim milk powder

A foundation of life in its entirety, as according to National Nutrition Guides it is one of the richest sources of calcium for the body, being rich in:

  • digestible proteins of high biological value
  • vitamin D
  • basic metals such as calcium


Famous from ancient times it is a spice found in traditional pharmacology.

Unique in antioxidant compounds, it scores one of the highest antioxidant values in researches, while benefiting the body in various other ways.

Rosemary extract

A Mediterranean aromatic herb, known from ancient times as the herb of memory, with fabulous antioxidant properties that make it a true protector of cells from oxidative damage.