Oats are high in antioxidants and have an anti-inflammatory effect. Oats have a low GI level, which give you a slow rise in blood sugar.

Beta-glucans help regulate cholesterol.

Rich in vitamin B-6.

Flaxseed provides protein, fibers and omega-3 fatty acids, in addition to being a rich source of vitamins and minerals.

A great vegetarian source for omega-3.

They contain a group of nutrients called lignans, which are powerful antioxidants.

May lower blood sugar due to their insoluble fibers content. 

Chia seeds

Despite their tiny size, chia seeds are one of the most nutritious foods on the planet. They’re loaded with fibers, omega-3 fatty acids, protein and various micronutrients.

40% fibers by weight, making them one of the best sources of fibers out there.


Pea protein is a high-quality, easily digested protein source made from yellow peas. It is rich in iron, arginine and branched-chain amino acids, offering benefits like improved muscle growth, feelings of fullness and heart health.

Brown rice

Brown rice protein is packed with essential amino acids, regulates cholesterol, helps with muscle repair and is said to improve liver function.

Rapeseed oil

As an important supplier of fatty acids and vitamin E, making it an essential component of our products. 

It contains omegas 3, 6 and 9, which reduce cholesterol and help to maintain brain, healthy joints and heart function. 

Sunflower seeds

Sunflower seeds are especially high in vitamin E, magnesium and selenium.

They may help lower cholesterol, blood pressure and blood sugar.  


Seabuckthorn is one of the richest sources of vitamin C which is important for the immune system and heart health.

100g seabuckthorn contains more than 12 times more Vitamin C than in 100g of oranges. 

It is the richest plant source in the world for rare Omega-7 fatty acids. 

Inactive yeast

Nutritional yeast can be particularly helpful for vegetarians for its vitamin B-12 content, which mostly occurs in animal products. Vitamin B-12 is said to help boost energy.
Research shown S. cerevisiae, a strain of yeast in nutritional yeast, can support the immune system and reduce inflammation resulting from bacterial infections. 

Tapioca starch

Athletes use it avoid exhaustion and Tapioca starch is therefore used in many products for active people.  


Almonds contain lots of healthy fats, fibers, Vitamin E, magnesium and protein.  

Birch sugar

Birch sugar is very good for people who want to count calories without giving up sweetness, as it reduces cravings and is processed by the body with a minimal amount of insulin and is useful for both diabetics and people with obesity issues.

It has around 40% fewer calories than white sugar. Studies show that replacing sugar with birch sugar can reduce cavities and tooth decay up to 85%. Reducing gum inflammation can have benefits for other parts of the body as well. Birch sugar has a low glycaemic index.


Studies show that Sukrin can fight free radicals in the body, and thus acts as an antioxidant.
It may also help to protect against damage in blood vessels caused by elevated blood sugar levels and improve dental health.


Blackcurrants are very high on vitamin C and have plenty of antioxidants and anthocyanins to strengthen your immune system and ease flu symptoms. 

They are an anthocyanin-rich food known to be incredibly supportive of eye health. 


Raspberries are a big source of fibers, vitamins A, C, E, K, B, mangan, zink, calcium and iron. 

They contain fat-burning ketones, have a very low glycaemic index and help you stay full for longer due to f fibers.

It is considered a natural pain killer thanks to its anti-inflammatory abilities. 


Coconut is high in fibers, saturated fat and minerals including manganese, selenium, copper, potassium and iron.

The type of fat found in coconut is easily absorbed by the body and is less likely to be stored in arteries.

It is suggested to for helping with weight loss, maintaining cholesterol levels and improved digestive health.


Cacao is high in fibers to support a healthy digestive system. For the best taste, we use Valrhona cacao. Valrhona cacao is an exclusive product, which provides a deeper and more intense flavor.     

It is packed with flavonoids that are very good for your heart and blood vessels, which may help to reduce the risk of strokes and heart disease.

A great provider of antioxidants to help you stay more vibrant and with anti-inflammatory effects to help restore balance to your body.

It is high in magnesium which may help against muscle cramps and fatigue.


Bananas are high in fibers and potassium, which helps convert carbohydrates into energy, build muscle and regulate blood pressure. 
Potassium is also vital to nerve transmission, heart function and muscle contraction. 

They are high in vitamin E, magnesium and manganese.