Recommended for athletes since antiquity for its energy value.
Figs are rich in minerals and trace elements: potassium, iron, copper. They also are a good source of B-vitamins.
The fig’s flesh and skin provide antioxidant phenolic compounds such as flavonoids and carotenoids as well as an interesting quantity of fibers.
Most of its energy input is provided by the carbohydrates, a mix of glucose and fructose well absorbed by the body during a physical effort.
Spirulina is a freshwater micro-algae, a microorganism which has existed for several billion years.
Spirulina is a concentrate of nutrients.
It is extremely rich in beta-carotene, iron, vitamin B12, vitamin E (powerful antioxidant), proteins (from a qualitative point of view, the spirulina contains whole proteins which provide all the essential amino-acids in the right proportion), minerals and trace elements (calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, zinc, copper).
It also contains chlorophyll and phycocyanin, a pigment with antioxidant power.
Dates, often called “miraculous fruits”, are very energizing and provide lots of nutrients.
These fruits are extremely rich in vitamins, including vitamin C, B1, B2, mineral salts and trace elements, copper, zinc, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, etc.
Thanks to their content of glucose, fructose and saccharose, dates are an excellent source of energy for our cells.
Moreover, thanks to the potassium they contain, dates can regulate blood sugar and the storage of glycogen.
Proteins play an essential role in building and structuring the organism and participate in the daily renewal of cells, including muscle tissues.
The rice protein is rich in essential and non-essential amino-acids which help fight against muscle breakdown and improve recovery.
Its main asset is its quantity of omega 3, with an omega 6 / omega 3 ratio below 4 enabling the effective absorption of these two essential fatty acids.
Our diet contains few omega 3 which also play a role in the proper functioning of the brain and nervous system.
For its taste and its proper proportion of glucose and fructose, which enables an improvement of performance as well as the absorption of sugars during the physical effort.
Royal jelly is a well-known natural product and the richest in vitamin B5. Once in the organism, it becomes a coenzyme A which acts on the nervous system and the adrenal glands, hence the name of “anti-stress vitamin”. It contributes to the lipid metabolism and is said to play an essential role in the regulatory mechanisms of adrenalin, insulin and porphyrin (one of the basic component of hemoglobin).