1. Betulinic Acid

    Betulinic Acid
    Betulinic acid is a plant-based substance that is particularly found in large quantities in birch bark and the Chaga mushroom. Researchers have determined that it is a powerful antioxidant with antibacterial, antiviral, and anti-inflammatory properties.
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  2. Pink Pitaya powder

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    Today, we take you on a journey to a colorful and intriguing superfood: Pink Pitaya powder. With its vibrant pink hue and fascinating properties, this powder is a true sensation for both your taste buds and your creativity. So relax, get inspired, and discover why Pink Pitaya powder is an essential ingredient for a colorful and flavorful culinary experience.
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  3. The hidden gem of minerals: How sulfur promotes energy, immunity and detoxification.

    The hidden gem of minerals: How sulfur promotes energy, immunity and detoxification.
    Discover the underrated power of sulfur, the mineral that can support your well-being in numerous ways. Read on to find out why sulfur is an essential ingredient for a healthy lifestyle.
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  4. Understanding vitamin E: benefits, deficiency and safety

    Understanding vitamin E: benefits, deficiency and safety
    Dive into the fascinating world of Vitamin E, an essential nutrient with antioxidant properties. Learn about its role in cellular protection, the recommended daily amount, and much more.
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  5. There is no such thing as organic Stevia

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    Stevia Extract is made from the leaves of the plant Stevia Rebaudiana. So you would say that this natural sweetener could also be organically grown. Yet it isn't. Naturaplaza explains below how this is the case.
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  6. What is Psyllium husk?

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    The seed husks of the Plantago ovata

    Psyllium husk comes from the plantago ovata, and is an excellent source of dietary fibre. It is composed of both soluble and insoluble fibres, the most common of which is a type of mucilage called hemicellulose.

    What does 99% stand for in Psyllium husk?

    Psyllium husk 99% refers to the purity of the psyllium husk. It is the highest level of pure psyllium husk available and contains 99% pure psyllium husk, with no additional fillers or binders. The remaining 1% consists of trace amounts of other ingredients such as silica (Silica). An adult body contains about 1.5 grams of silicon, the element is essential for bone and connective tissue growth. Psyllium husk 99% is the most potent form of psyllium husk and has the greatest potential for health benefits. It can be taken in capsule form, loose fibre or as a powder, to increase your dietary fibre intake. 

    Is there also impure psyllium husk?

    Impure forms of psyllium husk

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  7. Mushroom Extracts

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    What are mushroom extracts?

    Mushroom extracts are a concentrated, dried form of mushrooms that have been ground and mixed into a powder or paste. The extract contains all the beneficial compounds naturally found in mushrooms, such as antioxidants, polysaccharides (e.g. beta-glucans), vitamins, minerals, triterpenes, sterols and enzymes. Extracts are usually derived from various medicinal mushrooms, including wigweed, chaga, reishi, cordyceps, shiitake and maitake. These extracts can be used as supplements for a wide range of health benefits.

    What does 30% polysaccharides mean?

    Polysaccharides are complex carbohydrates found in both plants and mushrooms. They consist of a chain of simple sugars bound together by chemical bonds, allowing them to form large molecules.

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  8. What is a cacao ceremony?

    What is a cacao ceremony?

    Discover what a cacao ceremony is and why it's gaining immense popularity. Learn about its roots in ancient Mayan rituals and how it has evolved into a modern experience for self-discovery and connection.

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  9. The Scoville scale

    The Scoville scale

    The Scoville scale is a measure, devised by Wilbur L. Scoville in 1912.

    It measures the pungency (spicy heat) of chillies and other spicy foods. It runs from 0 to 16.000.000 SHU's

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  10. What is Freeze Drying?

    What is Freeze Drying?

    Freeze drying is a technique used for the preservation of food and medicines. It is an industrial method for drying things at temperatures below freezing. For food, freeze-drying basically involves four steps.

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