Sellerí* (Þýskaland), Jerusalem Artichoke* (Þýskaland), Lemon Balm* (Frakkland), Sítróna* (Egyptaland), Engifer* (Indland), Epli (Þýskaland). *lífrænt vottað
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Þyngd: 150 gr. eða 30 skammtar
Bragð: sætt og súrt, sellerí bragð
Sellerí frá Þýskalandi
Celery is full of secondary plant compounds that have been shown to protect the digestive tract. The vegetable is also rich in minerals such as magnesium, iron, and sodium. Celery can have a neutralizing effect and thus prevent hyperacidity.
Jerusalem Artichoke frá Þýskalandi
The root vegetable mainly contains inulin, a fermentable dietary fibre that also gives it a sweet taste. Inulin stimulates the growth of bifidobacteria in the intestine and thus positively influences the intestinal flora. Better intestinal flora supports the body’s defences. The vitamin C found in Jerusalem Artichoke also supports the immune system by accumulating in the white blood cells (immune cells) and protecting them from free radicals.
Lemon Balm frá Frakklandi
This lemon-scented herb comes from the same family as mint and has a long tradition in alternative medicine where it is used to relieve stress and abdominal discomfort.
Sítróna frá Egyptalandi
Do you drink warm lemon water first thing in the morning to jumpstart your digestion? According to Ayurvedic medicine the sour lemon taste helps stimulate your “agni” which is supposed to jumpstart the digestive system, allowing you to digest food more easily and helping to prevent the build-up of toxins.
Engifer frá Indlandi
Ginger has a long history in alternative medicine. The root’s natural oils, Gingerols, can speed up the emptying of the stomach and naturally support digestion. It also contains the digestive enzyme protease which helps with the breakdown of proteins.
Epli frá Þýskalandi
Apples are full of pectin, a soluble fibre that feeds the bacteria in the large intestine. The fruit’s oligofructosaccharides support the growth of healthy gut bacteria, promote digestion, and improve nutrient absorption. Besides, apples contain the digestive enzyme amylase, which aids in the digestion of starches.