Lemongrass is a grass species that has a faint taste of lemon. The is often used in natural health to support the stomach and to maintain normal digestion.
Fenugreek is a half meter long plant that grows around the Mediterranean and in South Asia. It has light green leaves and white flowers. The fenugreek has been used therapeutically for centuries in traditional Arabic, Greek and Indian natural health to contribute to normal digestion. Fenugreek contains the nutrient choline which also traditionally support to maintain normal hormone levels, e.g. during menopause or contribute to normal fat metabolism levels in the body.
Psyllium Husk is a powder of psyllium husk, which provides a 100% pure, first-class source of dietary fiber. The high fiber content binds fluid and can support the body, for example in case of constipation. They are suitable if you want to supplement the intake of fiber, when for example a low-calorie or gluten-free diet is followed.
Star anise is the fruit of a small evergreen tree that grows in Vietnam, among other places. The taste is very similar to licorice and is often used as a spice. Star anise is commonly used in the diet to facilitate normal digestion, gassy stomachs or menstrual cramps. It is rich in antioxidants is also said to be able to contribute to normal sleep and estrogen production.
Baobab is a mythical tree that grows in Africa and is a fantastic source of nutrition. The fruit contains more vitamin C than kiwis and more magnesium than banana. With its 50% dietary fiber, the fiber content is higher than most fruits and it is also loaded with zinc and copper and also calcium and potassium.
Cinnamon is packed with antioxidants and the spice can contribute to normal digestion. Cinnamon is also rich in calcium, fiber, iron, flavanols and manganese.
Ginger is considered to be able to stimulate the stomach and gut. The root increases the production of digestive enzymes. Ginger traditionally helps to calm the stomach and to maintain normal digestion.
Belly Boost can be taken regularly or when your stomach is out of balance. Mix 1 teaspoon of powder with warm milk and cinnamon or cardamom or water. The powder mix can also be sprinkled directly over, for example, yoghurt or porridge.