This mix is just the right remedy for you if you are looking for more vitality and well-being
for your digestion and/or wish to do something about the constantly quarrelsome hunger-cravings in your stomach.
Ingredients: black psyllium seeds, small grain flax seeds and peeled sesame seeds. Origin - European Union.
3 grains vital mix for your digestion with black psyllium seeds, small grain flax seeds and
peeled sesame seeds.
This mix is just the right remedy for you if you are looking more vitality and well-being for your digestion and/
or wish to do something about the constantly quarrelsome hunger-cravings in your stomach.
We offer you here our 3 grains vital mix for your digestion with the ingredients of black psyllium seeds,
small grain flax seeds and peeled sesame seeds. Origin - European Union.
The application is very simple.
Add one tablespoon of the 3 grains vital mix of your food two or three times daily.
It is important to drink at least 2 liters, even better 3 liters of water throughout the day.
Please Note -
flax seed and psyllium swells up and deprives moisture of your food!
However, it is this function that stimulates the intestines.
Adequate hydration is key to avoids unwanted constipation.
However, if you drink enough, the 3 grains of the mix is going to have a beneficial digestive effect.
Foods that are going well with the 3-grain mix
Yogurts, mueslis, porridge, oatmeal, vegetable soups and quark dishes
in the hearty area.
This list can be continued. Be creative.
The 3-grain mix adapts well to almost every lifestyle -
the perfect supplement with minimal effort of time and brings great flexibility.
Let's take a closer look - the 3 grains in detail – the effects
Linseed or Flaxseed contains mucilage that swells up in the intestine and thereby stimulates your digestion.
This effect is more intense when the seeds are broken up.
The active ingredients are the content of the flax seeds or more specifically to say in the seed's coat.
There are plenty of mucilaginous substances, which are composed of, among others, the sugars xylose, galactose, and galacturonic acid.
In addition, there are about 25 percent fiber in the seeds, about 25 percent protein and 30 to
45 percent fatty oil.
This oil mainly consists of oleic acid, linoleic acid, and linolenic acid.
All three are omega-3 fatty acids, which belong to the group of unsaturated fatty acids.
Unsaturated fatty acids are especially valuable for the body. For this reason, they are also called
essential fatty acids. Essential means that the body can't take it out of the eaten foods itself.
Therefore, it must be supplied to the body via a supplementary source.
Psyllium is the fruit of an old medical plant.
Psyllium seeds contain the so-called soluble fiber.
It is especially good because of its regulating effect on the gastrointestinal tract and is used both for diarrhea and constipation.
For example, psyllium also ensures that sugar is absorbed more slowly from the intestines.
When this happens, the sugar does not enter the bloodstream as quickly as it would usually happen.
The blood sugar level is thereby lowered and the insulin response improved.
This relieves the pressure on the pancreas, which now has to spread out less insulin to lower the blood sugar level to its regular range.
Last but not least, psyllium is an ideal support to reduce obesity.
Their high swelling capacity in the stomach triggers a faster satiety.
This, in turn, helps to reduce the feeling of hunger. The low-calorie fiber is digested only slowly.
This keeps you satisfied for a long time.
Psyllium stimulates the digestive activity and additionally deprives by little the food's fat
and sugar, which will leave the body undigested together with the fiber of the psyllium.
The favorable influence on the blood sugar level also prevents the dreaded
Ravenous hunger attacks.
This can help to lose unwanted Kilogrammes besides a healthy diet and a regular sports routine.
Sesame seeds or grains
Sesame seeds have a high-fat content of 40 to 50 percent. Sesame fat or sesame oil exists
almost exclusively in unsaturated fatty acids and is particularly valuable to the body.
For this reason, unsaturated fatty acids are also called essential fatty acids.
Essential means that the body can not extract it from the food itself and require a supplementary source.
Sesame oil is produced out sesame seeds or the individual grains
Sesame oil contains linoleic acid, omega 3 and omega 6 and about 50 mg of vitamin E per 100 ml.
Linoleic acids make sesame oil one of the most valuable cold oils in the kitchen.
The sesame plant Sesamum indicum is native to the Orient.
It is the world's oldest oilseed, which has been cultivated for millennia in India and China.
The German Society for Nutrition (DGE) found out in 2010, during their Intervention studies with over 13,600 participants,
that a high proportion multiple unsaturated fatty acids, together with a low level of saturated fatty acids,
reduces the risk of coronary heart disease (eg, heart attack).
Now it is your turn...
To make use of the powers of sesame and linseeds and their unsaturated, essential fatty acids as well as their linoleic acids.
You deserve to feel good. It's for sure a good thing to do for your well-being.
Enjoy the psyllium for your intestinal balance and against the annoying cravings.
All three grains are combined in this mix.
One for all without compromises...
... Try it by placing your order today.
The use is not for the elimination or alleviation of diseases,
Suffering or pathological complaints are determined. The information given here comes from the
Naturopathy, based on the tradition of folk medicine or many years of experience.
Under no circumstances should this information replace a consultation with a doctor.
If you have any questions, please contact your doctor or alternative practitioner.