Dandelion root and bee pollen
Dandelion root and bee pollen
Dandelion Root has long been known for its Cleansing and restoring properties for liver, slowing the progression of liver scarring (fibrosis) It also reported that dandelion root extract was able to induce apoptosis in pancreatic and prostate cancer cells in test tube studies, either slowing their growth or preventing their spread.
Bee pollen contains many vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, making it incredibly healthy. Studies have linked bee pollen and its compounds to health benefits such as decreased inflammation, as well as improved immunity, menopausal symptoms and wound healing. Does not contain additives or added sugar.
Dandelion root powder, bee pollen.
Does not contain additives or added sugars.
100 grams of freeze-dried berry powder was made from 700-800 grams of fresh berries!
100 gr powder:
Energy 1198 kJ / 286 kcal
Proteins 32 gr
Carbohydrates 20,6 gr
...of which sugars 13,6 gr
Fat 1,2 gr
...of which saturated 0,2 gr
Fiber 38,6 gr
Salt 0,1 gr
HOW TO USE
HOW TO USE
Use this blend daily for best results. You can add it to boiling water, smoothies, breakfast, snacks or a healthy occasion!
Try your favourite smoothie recipe: mix 1 tsp. dandelion root blend, 1 banana, 1-2 tablespoons lemon juice, 1 handful of spinach and 1 cup of water or green tea (or 1⁄2 cups of tea and 1⁄2 cups of milk or buttermilk, yogurt).
Delivery to EU countries. The price of the postal package is € 9.90 for orders under € 89. Free delivery to EU countries for all orders over € 89. Delivery time for postal parcels is 3-7 working days.
Delivery to Finland. Shipping and handling costs over € 49 for domestic deliveries are free. For orders under € 49, we charge € 5.90 per order.
has long been known for its cleansing and restoring properties, slowing down scarring (fibrosis) and its progression.
has gained traction in the health community because it’s loaded with nutrients, amino acids, vitamins, lipids and over 250 active substances.Studies have linked bee pollen and its compounds to health benefits such as decreased inflammation, as well as improved immunity, menopausal symptoms and wound healing.
Popular recipe: GOLDEN MILK
1 cup (250 ml) your chosen unsweetened milk
1-2 teaspoons of GOLDEN MILK BLEND
1 teaspoon honey or maple syrup (optional)
1 teaspoon coconut oil (optional)
If you want to make golden milk, mix all the ingredients in a small saucepan and bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer for about 5-10 minutes. If desired, strain the drink through a fine strainer into a mug and add the cinnamon.
Golden milk can also be prepared in advance and stored in the refrigerator for up to five days. Only warm it before drinking
What is freeze-dried fruit/berry powder, and how is it made?
The freeze-drying process is unique because the fruit/berry/plant undergoes sublimation, in which frozen water is evaporated directly from ice to water vapor, removing 99% of moisture from the fruit, without ever having to enter a liquid phase.
Here's how it works: fruit/berry/plant is placed inside a vacuum chamber where the temperature is below freezing. The temperature is slowly raised, and the solid water molecules enter a gaseous state without ever becoming a liquid. In doing so, the structure of the fruit, as well as its nutritional value, is preserved.
Can I use several powder mixtures at the same time?
Yes. Different powders can be consumed at the same time and on the same day. As these are food powders, such consumption is not harmful to the body. Rather, it should be noted that, in general, the ratio of powder to raw plants is 1:10. This means that 1 tablespoon (10g) of berry or fruit powder corresponds to 1 handful (100g) of raw berries or fruits or green plants.
Can I mix Be LUOMU powders with only water?
Yes! Our powders taste really good with just water.
If you want to enhance the taste of the water and powder mixture, you can add a little lemon juice or vanilla (or honey for sweetening) to the water.
Where are Be LUOMU powers made?
Raw materials for powders are from... Nordic raw berries are harvested and deep-frozen in Finland; green plants and vegetables are from Central and Southern Europe; raw materials for exotic fruits are from India, Peru, Brazil and South Africa, and deep-frozen and powder are made in Estonia.
What are the benefits of consuming freeze-dried fruit?
Freeze-dried fruits, vegetables ja powders have many benefits—nutritional and otherwise.
Fruit is naturally bursting with flavor, and freeze-dried fruit packs just as satisfying of a punch, despite all the steps it goes through. So if you were unsure what would pair best with freeze-dried fruit, just know it's the same foods you would pair with fresh fruit!
In theory, freeze-dried ingredients can store for years. The benefit of freeze-dried fruits, in general, is that because they can live in your pantry, choosing freeze-dried fruits for smoothies over bulky bags of frozen fruit saves you space in your freezer, and they're always readily available when you're looking for something nutritious.
Not only do freeze-dried plant powders take up minimal space in your pantry, but they're also lightweight, portable, and, as a result, perfect for travel. BeLUOMU freeze-dried smoothie packets, for example, are versatile because you can eat them out of the bag as a snack, sprinkle them over hot oatmeal in the morning for a boost of superfoods, prepare smoothies or vitamin-shots.
Do freeze-dried fruits have more sugar than fresh fruit?
It's one of the common misconceptions is that freeze-dried fruit (unsweetened) has more sugar than fresh fruit. That is not true, but the actual difference is in the difference is the concentration of sugars, not the amount of sugar.
During the freeze-drying process, moisture is removed from the fruit, which means the fruit shrinks in size, and, in turn, concentrates the sugar content and makes it easier to consume more servings in one sitting than had it been consumed in fresh ones.
To put it into perspective you can envision a bunch of 20 grapes next to a small handful of 20 raisins. Both of these snacks contain the same amount of sugar. The difference is how the fruits make you feel after consumption.
In other words, (unsweetened) dried or freeze-dried fruit doesn't have a higher sugar content than fresh fruit, but it is easier to eat it in larger quantities, yielding a higher concentrated amount of sugar, in a shorter period of time.