Type of fish, flowers, fruits and vegetable
WILD-CAUGHT COD IN THE NORTH SEA
Typical fish grown wild in very cold salted waters and caught in the North Sea in Germany, with sustainable fishing programs to prevent its extinction. Since cod is a predatory fish, eating mainly fish rich in Omega 3 fatty acids, it is extremely useful for health promotion.
BLUEFISH CAUGHT IN THE BALTIC SEA
Bluefish generally include anchovies. herrings, sardines, sprats and mackerels. This kind of fish has a consistently high content of Omega 3 fatty acids, because they have the chance to take these very important elements directly through their nourishment.
WILD-CAUGHT SALMON FROM THE OCEAN
The meat has a better maturation, with a much lower content of fat compared with the reared salmon, but much richer in high quality proteins and essential Omega 3 fatty acids (especially EPA and DHA).
ROSEMARY CULTIVATED IN THE EUROPEAN PLAINS
The product is naturally preserved, excluding the use of antioxidants and preservatives from chemical synthesis such as BHA and BHT.
GREEN PEAS CULTIVATED IN FRANCE
The better glucose absorption management of the peas prevents rapid glycemia peaks predisposing to diabetes, as it happens with cereals and potatoes, recreating the same natural nourishment conditions.
They are from the hills just before the Maritime Alps, in the Monregalese area, with a good quantity of minerals and vitamins A and of B and C group.
HIBISCUS FLOWERS CULTIVATED IN THE EUROPEAN HILLS
Hibiscus calyxes and epicalyxes: the flower extracts were proven to have anti-bacterial, antioxidizing, nephro- and hepato-protective, antidiabetic and anti-hypertensive effects.
ROSA CANINA AND ROSA PENDULINA FROM EUROPEAN PROMONTORIES
“Fake fruit”: the active ingredients contained in the fruit were proven to reduce osteo-arthritis, thanks to their anti-inflammatory and condor-protective properties, preventing the cartilage wear.
BLACKBERRY, RASPBERRY AND WILD STRAWBERRY FROM EUROPEAN MOUNTAINS
Berries stand out for their anti-cancer features, as it reduces cancer vascularization.