We are big fans of la pulpa, the prebiotic fibre that keeps our metabolism moving and nourishes the community of living microorganisms resident in our digestive tract.
Today, in most countries of the world, fiber consumption is well below the recommended levels. The diet of the industrialized world has contributed to the loss of beneficial bacteria or probiotics compared to rural agricultural populations.
The body has healing properties of its own that are more powerful than anything else and need to be fortified with microbiota accessible carbohydrates (MACs) that are only found in plants, not animals.
Most people are unaware of the benefits of fibre and we are here to help you get it.
The Pulp adds water and fiber that dilute toxins in the stool and prevent constipation
Supports the production of glucose in the gut leading to a glycaemic control effect.
Protects the walls of the intestine and facilitates intestinal absorption.
Fibre generates a greater feeling of satiety and less likely to snack.
Fiber allows the body to rid itself of excess hormones, including estrogen or testosterone.
Fiber helps dilute toxins including bile in the stool and prevents heartburn and burning in the colon.
Avocados, mulberries, blueberries, cherries, dates, figs, prunes, goji berries, acai berries, cocoa nibs, chia seeds, flax seeds, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, hemp seeds, poppy seeds , quinoa seeds, maca, moringa, guarana, spirulina, cashews, walnut kernels, hazelnuts, almonds, coconut, ginger, turmeric, cardamom, nutmeg, amaranth, teff, oats, cinnamon, fennel, cabbage curly, chard, spinach, komatsuna, bok choi, chard, celery, cucumber, zucchini, mint, anise, dill, and many more.
Maybe you'll tell me that you have a market near you who isn't too expensive, but do you say the same thing about superfoods like seeds, nuts, spirulina, goji, etc.? If you try to use Getmipulpa products, you will realise that it is cheaper than buying all the fresh products directly from the market and/or supermarket.
for its fiber, probiotics and zero waste
to give you flexibility in any recipe and for its low glycemic index
in the right amounts to save time!
spirulina, goji berries, chia seeds, almonds, and many more for a nutritional balance.
so you never get bored any week!
Adding fruit and vegetables to your diet is good, but is way more complicated. If you too have ever bought kale, especially at the organic market, you should know that this ingredient is bought individually. The whole cabbage, not the leaf. Yes, kale is good, but it has a strong taste. Incorporating it into a couple of recipes is easy, but eating it regularly is a little less so. After a few days, many people find themselves with a large amount of cabbage, which has unfortunately already passed. It's heartbreaking to have to throw it away!