Appeared more than 3 billion years ago, spirulina is one of the first forms of life on earth. This microscopic blue-green alga contains up to 70% protein and is therefore the best ally of athletes. It has been used for centuries in Latin America and Africa for its many virtues: it fights against fatigue and facilitates recovery after physical activity.
Chia seeds were already appreciated by the Aztecs. In the West, it was not until the 1990s that they filled the shelves of our stores. This superfood, rich in vitamins and amino acids, is good for skin, hair and memory.
This spice balances the cholesterol level, stimulates digestion and is good for the complexion. It is also used in the treatment of several pathologies and has protective effects against several types of cancer. Its medicinal properties have been known for millennia in Asia, especially in India.