Cocoa sweet nibs Organic
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„I like to eat cacao nibs in coconut nectar at work when I want to enjoy something good and healthy. This goodness not only tastes great, it is also a natural source of minerals and antioxidants.“
Main product features
- crushed cocoa beans in coconut nectar are easy to chew and enjoy the pleasant taste and effects on body and soul
- natural source of antioxidants, magnesium, calcium, iron, potassium and phosphorus
- contains only natural coconut nectar with no added sugar or sweeteners
- low glycaemic index
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The cocoa bean is home to quality chocolate and cocoa...
...we've sweetened it with natural coconut nectar and created a "dish of the gods" that invites you to munch without a hint of guilt.
The fruit of the cacao tree(Theobroma cacao) is botanically classified as a nut and tastes like dark chocolate. Unroasted, they are an excellent way to give the body energy, a good mood, a clear mind and support a healthy lifestyle.
Cacao beans are 100% organic and raw, sourced from Peru. The coconut nectar is organic and the country of origin is Indonesia.
Cocoa beans hide a rich spectrum of benefits for physical health and a clear mind
Flavonoids are substances with antioxidant activity, i.e. they protect the body from the effects of free radicals. They have a wide range of beneficial effects, for example, they contribute together with calcium to the harmonious function of the heart and blood vessels and to the maintenance of normal blood pressure. Their content decreases significantly when cocoa beans are roasted. In addition to cocoa beans, they are also found in fruit, vegetables, tea and red wine.
Anthocyanins are natural dyes of purple colour. They are also found, for example, in blueberries and acai, where they contribute significantly to the beneficial effect on the human body.
Thanks to their iron and magnesium content , they help to reduce fatigue. Specific substances that also contribute to this effect are the purine compounds theobromine and, to a small extent, caffeine. Both substances are quite similar in their effects due to their affinity, but the effect of theobromine is about ten times weaker than that of caffeine. Therefore, neither cocoa beans, nor other snacks made from them, need be concerned about 'over-stimulating the body' or being 'addictive' in the way that coffee is.
On the contrary, both cocoa beans and high-quality pure chocolate induce a pleasant feeling of physical fitness and mental alertness.
Thanks to their magnesium, calcium and potassium content , they contribute to the normal functioning of the nervous system, psychological processes and neurotransmission; substances called bioactive amines also contribute to the harmonious function of neurotransmitters (carriers of nerve impulses in the brain) and also contribute to the creation of 'feelings of well-being'.
Thanks to their magnesium, phosphorus, potassium and calcium content , they contribute to the maintenance of normal bone and dental health, as well as to normal muscle function and healthy protein production
thanks to their iron content , they contribute to the normal production of red blood cells and haemoglobin, and thus to the normal transfer of oxygen in the body
the iron content contributes to the normal function of the immune system
calcium content contributes to the normal function of digestive enzymes
the magnesium, phosphorus, calcium and iron content contribute to normal energy metabolism
thanks to the othe content of magnesium, calcium and iron support healthy cell division
From the above we can see that cocoa beans are a very good source of minerals - magnesium, phosphorus, iron and potassium.
The sweet nectar of the coconut palm is a great natural liquid sweetener, has a mild taste, similar to wildflower honey, a low glycaemic index and a high nutritional value.
Ingredients: organic cocoa beans, organic coconut nectar
in 100 g
2 385 kJ/ 578 kcal
of which saturated
of which sugars
184 mg (23 %)*
560 mg (28 %)*
154 mg (22 %)*
6.8 mg (48 %)*
244 mg (65 %)*
* Reference intake values
** only in the form of naturally occurring sodium
Use: excellent as an office meal, in a snack bowl on the counter, as part of a morning muesli, as a garnish in a morning smoothie
Store in a cool, dry and dark place.
Caution is advised in pregnancy, breastfeeding, children under 5 years of age, and caution is advised when combining with certain medications and other substances (especially certain antidiabetic drugs, lithium, theophylline, hormonal preparations, caffeinated tea and coffee)
Chocolate should be treated with caution by anyone prone to migraines or gout.
|Weight including packaging||370 g|
|Country of Origin:||Indonesia, Peru|
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