Iron, vitamins thiamine (B1), riboflavin (B2), niacin (B3), B6 and B12 contribute to normal energy-yielding metabolism.
Iron, vitamins riboflavin (B2), niacin (B3), B6, B12 and folate contribute to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.
It improves your nutritional state: It provides the energy and nutrients that your body needs during the day.
It increases physical performance. The body needs energy to perform activities, particularly physical ones.
It helps control weight. Eating breakfast helps keep weight within healthy limits to a greater extent than if you skip this important meal of the day.
It increases your concentration and memory. The brain gets the nutrients it needs to function properly.
It is a good habit. Getting your children accustomed from an early age to get up in time for a good breakfast is positive for the health and wellness of the whole family
A good breakfast should include foods from at least these 3 groups: dairy products or vegetable beverages and desserts, cereals and fruit. By combining foods from these three groups you will obtain nutritious, tasty, and above all, healthy breakfasts.
Fruits: Whole, in fruit salad, juices, jam, stewed…
It contains the 4 basic pillars of traditional dietary nutrition: Wheat germ, brewer’s yeast, soy lecithin and pollen.
With teff, sesame, oats and flax, which in addition to containing fibre, provide important essential nutrients, such as fatty acids and vitamins.
Inulin and lactic ferments improve the assimilation of certain nutrients and aid physiological intestinal transit.
Enriched with B vitamins, iron and zinc.
As a supplement in the daily diet, especially for breakfast, it is an energy and nutrients supply.
Growing periods for children and teenagers and for elderly people.
For sportsmen and women.
Periods of convalescence.
It helps regenerate the intestinal flora.