A philosopher at heart, his conscience dictates his actions and his words. His manner is frank, and his intentions are good, right and correct! There's no place for those who pollute his environment, he sweeps them aside without hesitation! His philosophy can be summed up as a well-mastered art of harmonising the life of the body with that of the spirit, which he shares with those around him. "A healthy mind in a healthy body" as Juvenal would say, a famous Roman poet of the 1st century BC.
The artichoke is one of the richest food in cynarine.
40 calories that's only what 100 g of artichoke contains!
12 to 19% of the recommended daily fibre allowance is provided by the artichoke.More
68 mg/d of artichoke dry extract
10-20/1 extraction ratio
1 000 mg/d dry plant equivalent
5,3 Kcal/d energetic value
Put under the tongue, directly or in a spoon
1 to 3 sprays/d anytime a day
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Ingredients (for 3 sprays or 1.5 ml): 68 mg of artichoke dry extract (sheet; 10-20/1); organic rice syrup; organic agave syrup; water; flavouring: raspberry ketones (99%); concentrated blackcurrant juice; natural raspberry aroma; acidity corrector: citric acid; natural berry aroma; preservatives: potassium sorbate, sodium benzoate.
You should not exceed the recommended doses. Keep out of the reach of young children. This food supplement is not a substitute for a varied and balanced diet or a healthy lifestyle. Those receiving medical treatment should consult their pharmacist or doctor before starting to take the supplement. Unsuitable for people who are allergic to one of the constituents. The natural character of the ingredients is likely to result in slight variations in the colour and initial texture of the product without altering the quality. Food supplement.
According to mythology, Jupiter fell madly in love with a beautiful blonde that he called Cynara. But the latter rejected him. To punish her, Jupiter transformed her into… an artichoke. This is the reason why the botanical name of the artichoke is Cynara scolymus! In the shadowy Middle Ages, thanks to the greediness of Catherine de Medici the artichoke crossed the alpine border. She was known to have little artichoke pies made for her! In the Sun King era, the head vegetable gardener at Versailles already distinguished 5 different varieties: "White", "Green", "Purple", "Red", and "Sweet Genoa" artichokes.
The artichoke is known for having a carbohydrate content higher than that of most fresh vegetables. The latter mainly count on inulin, an indigestible sugar, which qualifies as a prebiotic. Its caloric value is however very low: it is virtually not absorbed at the level of the small intestine, but simply broken down by the intestinal flora. The artichoke also contains many nutrients:
• 4 groups of important vitamins: A (retinol, beta carotene), E, K (K1, K2) and B (B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B9, B12)
• 8 micronutients and essential minerals: potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, calcium, sodium, iron, iodine, selenium