A source of antioxidants and probiotics, this refreshing mocktail is a healthy tribute to summer!
Not content with bringing a beautiful color to your mocktail, this berry offers you its many benefits. It is actually an excellent source of fiber, antioxidants, vitamins (especially C) and minerals such as manganese, magnesium and potassium. It is recognized for its diuretic, anti-inflammatory, remineralizing and refreshing properties, but be careful, always choose it wild (picked) or organic! Like many berries, it is actually one of the fruits with the highest concentration of pesticides.
small in size, this bay nevertheless has all the trappings of a large one. It is full of antioxidants (flavonoids), fiber, minerals (potassium, magnesium and calcium) and vitamins (C, E and K). Diuretic and anti-inflammatory, it cleanses your body and especially cleanses your intestines.
A must for health food, this fermented drink provides you with enzymes, probiotics, vitamins (B and C), amino acids, antioxidants (polyphenols) and to a lesser extent minerals (zinc, copper, manganese and iron). Allied with your microbiota, it harmonizes your transit, improves your immune system and assimilation of nutrients, has a positive effect on the acid-base balance, detoxifies the liver, reduces stress and fights oxidation of cells and tissues. .
Derived from unripe coconut (not to be confused with coconut milk, extracted from mature coconut), this water contains many nutrients: minerals (magnesium, potassium and calcium), fibre, enzymes (including peroxidase and diastase), trace elements (zinc and manganese). ), vitamins (group B and C) and antioxidants. Very popular with athletes, this exercise drink is refreshing, remineralizing, hydrating, stimulating, digestive and draining. It is also interesting for the acid-base balance and for the nervous system. Always choose it without added sugar, without additives and unpasteurized. Pasteurization actually destroys the good bacteria, the nutrients.
This citrus fruit is a real cocktail of vitality. It gives you vitamins (B, C and E), minerals (calcium, magnesium, potassium and phosphorus), fibre, trace elements (zinc and assimilable iron) and antioxidants (flavonoids). Antiviral, detoxifying and alkalizing, it promotes good digestion, boosts the immune system, regulates cholesterol and blood pressure.
It exhibits a good content of iron, manganese and vitamin K. The digestive system, it supports the production of bile and tones the liver. And if it is a regular part of summer drinks, it is thanks to its menthol, an organic compound1 which gives a feeling of freshness.
ISLANDIn addition to the notes of caramel and vanilla, this whole cane sugar has a good content of minerals (potassium, magnesium, calcium, iron and phosphorus), vitamins (group B and E) and amino acids. In no way demineralizing2, rapadura is an ally for the heart and nervous system. Not to be confused with brown sugar, which is nothing more than a colored white sugar devoid of nutritional interest.
Fauxito recipe (for 1 glass)
- 1 lime
- 3-5 blackberries
- 3-5 raspberries
- A dozen fresh mint leaves
- 1 tsp rapadura (optional)
- 10 cl coconut water
- 10 cl very sparkling kombucha
- Crushed ice
- Cut the lemon into wedges.
- Wash blackberries, raspberries and mint leaves. Put them in a tall glass, add lemon wedges and, if necessary, sugar.
- Crush with a pestle to extract the maximum flavor.
- Cover with coconut water and kombucha. Add crushed ice and enjoy!
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