Description

The secret lies in a particularly delicate raw diet, which is rich,  but only little used by us, the Quinoa and Amaranth plants.

Quinoa

This plant originates in South America, more specifically from areas South America and has been growing there for 5,000 years. The Inquisitors called it "the mother of all the cereals". It is a rich source of:

  • minerals, containing manganese, copper, phosphorus, zinc, calcium, magnesium and iron
  • proteins and essential amino acids that the body needs
  • vitamins, contains folic acid, beta-carotene, alpha-tocopherol, thiamine, riboflavin and a large amount of vitamins C and E
  • unsaturated fatty acids as well as omega-3 fatty acids

Quinoa does not contain gluten and has high levels of phytonutrients and flavonoids that are important cancer fighters. It has a positive effect on the heart and blood vessels and also acts as an anti-inflammatory. It improves bowel movement, accelerates fat burning, has a low glycemic index, and therefore, helps to lose weight. The fiber found in this plant is insoluble to prevent the formation of gallstones, reduces the risk of breast cancer after menopause, and helps the body to eliminate toxins. Thanks to its complex carbohydrates, it delivers energy to the body. It helps to adjust one’s blood sugar level.

Amaranth

This plant also comes from South America and has grown there for 8,000 years. It was the basic food of Maya, Inks and Aztecs and is considered to be the "plant of the future". It is the source of:

  • lysine, a valuable essential amino acid that promotes brain cell production and mental development
  • Minerals, such as iron, calcium and magnesium
  • Vitamins, contains folic acid, Vitamin C, B and E
  • routines, a substance that works favorably on the vessels

Amaranth reduces cholesterol from a health point of view, and acts as a regular prevention for civilization diseases, including cancer. The low glycemic index helps in weight loss, but it can feed you for a long time. It does not contain gluten. It supports the growth of muscle mass and is a source of nutrients, important for athletes. It is a great way to boost immunity and promote metabolism.

Civilization diseases, cancer, overweight and obesity, fatigue and sleep disorders are very serious consequences of the world of agitation, poor living and lack of movement. Another modern problem is depression as a direct consequence of all the above-described indicators.

In addressing the problem, DEPRESSION has repeatedly touched upon the concept of serotonin and the associated story of the success of the latest generation of antidepressants. Not only have they asserted themselves in psychiatry to treat depression, but have begun to talk about them in a wider context.

Over 60 million Americans in the United States regularly use antidepressants. In Slovakia, it is almost every fifth Slovakian. Users do not want to be longer without the influence of the serotonin - the "hormone of happiness and well-being". Similarly, it is also with those who have to eat at least two tablespoons of chocolate, a bunch of bananas, an endless amount of spaghetti, or light a cigarette. Everyone is unconsciously looking for serotonin, according to wikipedia.com’s “hormone of luck.”

  Serotonin

We did not want to bring more antidepressants to the market, because we consider them to be an incorrect choice. That's why we searched for natural sources of serotonin in vegetables, fruits and herbs. The journey was long, but with excellent results.

The team of specialists, led by Antonín Spirita and in cooperation with the Austrian psychiatrist Reudiger Dahlke, was able to formulate MAKE U HAPPY from vegetables, fruits and herbs.  

MAKE U HAPPY (especially the bio-base variant - green) has many positive aspects regarding health. Thanks to the basic substances, vital substances and fiber, it is suitable as part of a dietary plan for poor digestion, eating disorders, diabetes mellitus, as well as dietary foods. This improves the body's supply of vital substances and has positive effects on the whole organism, especially the immune system and the skin.

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