Coconut milk powder*, inulin from the blue agave*, coconut blossom sugar*, turmeric root powder(12%)*, cinnamon ground*, lemon zest*, ginger powder*, sunflower lecithin*, gum arabic*, natural flavoring, black pepper*
The spice of life with a golden radiance. Turmeric is the favorite spice of the Orient and gives our Golden Life Blend an exotic touch, which we have accompanied with delicious caramel. At the same time we have combined turmeric with black pepper, so that the two ingredients develop proper super powers. The turmeric curcumin, which is also responsible for the golden radiance, is packed with plenty of antioxidants that trap free radicals in our bodies. Since our body can process curcumin only to a limited extent, however, we have put black pepper aside, which through its piperines improves the intake of turmeric by about 2000 percent. So the two buddies turmeric and black pepper can push each other and give you a golden life.
Coconut milk (powder)
Coconut milk as a delicious source of energy. The high content of medium chain fatty acids (MCT) of coconut milk provides the body with fast energy. Unlike other fats, however, MCT is rarely incorporated into adipose tissue, thus supporting efforts for a sexy beach figure. Apropos: In the tropics, coconut milk is even one of the staple foods.
Inulin from the blue agave
The healthy fiber provides superfood for the good bacteria in our intestines and has a prebiotic effect. Prebiotics are indigestible food ingredients for bacterial species in the colon. Inulin boost will help to spread the bacterial strains and other beneficial microorganisms that are beneficial to our organism. This promotes a healthy intestinal flora and makes life difficult for potential pathogens. Inulin also supports the improved absorption of nutrients and minerals (eg calcium, magnesium).
Coconut blossom sugar
The sweet tropical wonder is rich in nutrients (potassium & vitamin C) and has a lower glycemic index than white sugar, thus preventing a rapid increase in your blood sugar level. Coconut blossom sugar tastes delicious caramel and today is one of the stars in the sugar alternatives. Coconut blossom sugar is extracted from the nectar of the coconut palm: when cutting off the flower bud of the coconut palm, a juice emerges, the so-called coconut nectar. By Aufkocken or vacuum steaming then the coconut blossom sugar crystals arise. Coconut sugar is also considered particularly sustainable because a coconut palm can produce nectar for over 70 years!
The miracle tuber is one of the absolute superfoods and is rich in important nutrients, vitamins and trace elements (such as potassium). The main ingredient of the ginger root is gingerol, which is a true all-rounder on behalf of health and impresses with its sharp character.
The beauty food for a great figure and beautiful skin. As cinnamon gets your metabolism going, your body uses more energy, which has a positive effect on weight loss. In addition, the regular intake of cinnamon reduces blood sugar levels. In the opposite case, a high blood sugar level, our body produces a high amount of insulin, which inhibits our metabolism. Another plus of cinnamon: it slows the release of glucose from our food into the blood, with the result: no food cravings anymore!
Lemon peel is clearly one of the superfoods as the ultimate vitamin bomb. The bowl of the yellow fruit is packed with healthy ingredients that are in a much higher concentration than in the pulp or in the fruit juice. Thus, the proportion of vitamin C in lemon juice is 39 mg, in the lemon zest 129 mg. Also, the amount of vitamin A, calcium, potassium and fiber in the shell is much higher. In addition, the shell contains powerful antioxidants that protect us from free radicals.
Power for the nerves. Sunflower lecithin contains the natural lecithin complex of sunflower seeds in high concentration. Lecithins, in turn, belong to the group of phospholipids, which are important components of cell membranes, including brain and nerve cells, and play a key role in the repair and regeneration of body cells.
The resinous sap of some African-style acacia species is called gum arabic. It is used as a stabilizer and leads to an improved distribution of the individual ingredients. Gum arabic is considered harmless and is slowly absorbed through the colon and utilized via the metabolic pathway of short-chain fatty acids.