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  1. The Production of RAW Cacao

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    Discover the strict standards behind RAW cacao in this in-depth look at the production process. From fermentation to pressing, learn how careful temperature control is essential to preserving the natural nutritional value. This blog explains why RAW cacao products, which are never heated above 45°C, take more time and effort to produce and are therefore rarer and more costly. An revealing look at the efforts required to truly call cacao 'RAW'.
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  2. Cadmium in Cocoa

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    This blog is about cadmium in cocoa, a harmful metal that is found in the soil where cocoa is grown. An explanation of how cadmium ends up in cocoa products and why this is a problem for our health. We also discuss how European regulations ensure that cocoa products are safe to eat and how this affects cocoa imports.
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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. Relaxing Golden Milk (Tumeric tea)

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    Do you want to relax and unwind after a busy day? Then take a look at this recipe for a delicious golden milk. This tea is also very healthy, turmeric is one of the healthiest spices in the world.
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  7. Ginger Detox Tea

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    The detox tea that also helps to get rid of your bloating. This tea contains Ginger, Turmeric, Cayenne pepper, Lemon and Cinnamon. If you have been craving a nice cup of ginger tea, then go through this recipe for ginger detox tea.

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  8. Coconut oil from the Philippines and Indonesia

    Coconut oil from the Philippines and Indonesia
    Coconut oil is a popular ingredient in the food and cosmetics industries. Our coconut oil is Fairtrade and is made and paid for in a fair way.
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  9. Stevia Information

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    Stevia is a natural remedy that has no nasty side effects. It is a herbaceous plant that has been used for many centuries by the Indians of South America. Stevia is a herbal plant that has been used for...

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  10. Ayurvedic Herbs

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    Ashwagandha means 'horse smell'. The taste consists of a combination of bitter astringent (rasa), sweet after digestion (vipaka) and hot as effect (virya). From this plant, the roots are used...

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