Here are some of my recommended products to support a gluten free nutrition:

Find out more about their health benefits below and how I use them:

 

Cinnamon powder

GMO free and non irradiated. Ceylon cinnamon is known as a better inner value and is also known as “true” cinnamon.

Health benefits:
– Control blood sugar level,
– Anti-Diabetic,
– Lower blood pressure,
– High in antioxidant,
– Lower oxidative stress,
– Anti-Inflammatory agent,
– Support cardiovascular health,
– Reduce the triglycerides, the total and bad cholesterol,
– Increase the good cholesterol level,
– Reduce insulin resistance,
– Regulate metabolism and energy use,
– Antifungal and antibacterial properties,
– Reduce infections, help fight tooth decay and bad breath,
– May have protective effects against cancer,
– Natural food preservative.

How do I use it?
As a powder I add it into my smoothies, juices, hot drinks, porridge, cakes and savoury dishes. I also sprinkle it in my fruit salads, cereal, puddings and desserts.

As a bark I use it in my special tea blends.


Cocoa powder

Health benefits:
– Rich in antioxidants,
– Anti-Inflammatory and Antibacterial,
– Reduce the risk of diabetes,
– Increase nitric oxid levels in the blood,
– Improves blood vessels functions,
– Maintain healthy blood sugar level,
– Reduce insulin sensivity,
– Better blood flow,
– Reduce high blood pressure,
– Supporting cardiovascular health,
– Heart protective benefits,
– Reduce bad cholesterol,
– Improve brain functions,
– Support better menthal performance,
– Natural mood stabilizer,
– Reduce stress,
– Improve calmness and contentment,
– Increase overall health and better psychological well-being,
– Immune system booster associated with a lower weight,
– May help achieve faster weight loss,
– Anti-asthmatic compounds,
– Protective effects against dental cavities and gum disease,
– Promotes healthy skin by protecting it from sunlight and improving circulation,
– Increase the smoothness of skin surface and hydration.

How do I use them?
As a powder I use it in smoothies and juices, cold/hot drinks, porridge, cakes, cereals, puddings, desserts, tea or just simply sprinkled on the top of fruits such as bananas and strawberries.


Vanilla powder

No additives, no preservatives, no added extract and 100% Natural.

Health benefits:
– Rich in antioxidants,
– Cancer-fighting properties,
– Anti-ageing benefits,
– Good source of B complex vitamins,
– Traces of calcium, manganese, magnesium, potassium, iron and zinc,
– Prevent and reverse skin damages,
– Remove environmental pollutants and toxins from skin,
– Skin cleanser,
– Acting as a shield for the immune system,
– Antibacterial properties,
– Traditional remedy to heal burns, wounds and cuts,
– Decrease body stress,
– Support faster recovery from injuries or illnesses,
– Good source of many nutrients which maintain hair health,
– Can make your hair silky, shiny and smooth,
– Promotes hair growth,
– Treat anxiety and depression,
– Support weight loss,
– Mild anaesthetic properties,
– Can relieve pain from a sore throat or headache,
– Positive effect on the central nervous system,
– Pain reliever, help fight toothache and infection,
– Can relieve digestive problems,
– Relieves nausea,
– Traditional remedy for vomiting and stomach upsets,
– Used as an aphrodisiac since ancient times,
– Help reduce fever and fight infections.

How do I use it?
I always use vanilla from Madagascar. It simply has a better inner value and taste. It is perfect for flavouring smoothies, juices, cakes, biscuits, sorbets, similar to coconut and chocolate. Healthy and tasty.


Black seeds

Health benefits:
– Rich in antioxidants
– Prevent hair loss,
– Lower oxidative damage to cells,
– Reduce the impact of chemotherapy mixed with cysteine, vitamin E, and saffron to ease the side effects of a chemotherapy drug called cisplatin,
– Anti-Diabetic,
– Can aid in blood sugar regulation,
– Lower insulin resistance,
– Anti-Inflammatory and Antibacterial properties,
– Possible anti-cancer effects,
– Heart protective benefits,
– Support weight control,
– Lower total and bad cholesterol level,
– Protect the liver from injury and damage,
– Prevent kidneys from chemical damages,
– Increase overall health and psychological well-being,
– Detoxifier,
– Support healthy nerve system,
– Support healthy vision,
– Reduce join pain,
– Supporting healthy skin conditions

How do I use them?
As a seed I eat them as they are or I mix them with some other seeds and nuts. I also add them into my salads, smoothies, juices, porridge, lentils and currys to provide even more flavor to the dishes.


Carob powder

Health benefits:
– Anti-cancer, anti-inflammatory, antidiabetic and neuroprotective properties,
– Rich in calcium, copper, magnesium, manganese, potassium, zinc, selenium,
– Excellent source of vitamin A, B2, B3 and B6,
– Support heart and bone health, nerve system and muscles to function well,
– Low in fat and sodium,
– High in fibre, pectin and protein,
– Relieves digestion problems including diarrhea, heatburn,
– Support the intestines to properly absorb nutrients,
– Aid in absorption disorders include celiac disease and sprue,
– Can help in weight management,
– Help to stay fuller longer to help you eat less,
– Good for skin and eye health,
– Aid in vomiting during pregnancy,
– Regulate total cholesterol,
– Reduce blood sugar level,
– Prevent constipation and maintain healthy bowels,
– Used as a natural sweetener,
– Lower the total and bad cholesterol,
– Gluten and caffeine free,
– Free from tyramine (trigger migraine).

How I use it?
I use carob powder alone instead of cocoa powder. I sometimes mix them up in drinks, cakes, biscuits as a natural sweetener. I also use it as a decoration sprinkled on smoothies, in juices and on sorbets.


Organic Sun Dried Goji Berries

Goji berries are also known as Wolf Berries. Fruity and Sweet. This organic goji contains no additives or preservatives.

Health benefits:
– Essential Amino Acids,
– High Protein,
– High Vitamin C,
– High Carotenoids,
– 21 Trace Minerals including Iron, Calcium, Zinc, Selenium,
– Hight Fibre.

How do I use them?
I use them as a snack, mixed with other nuts. I also consume them in my raw superpower breakfast, natural banofee, smoothies, porridge and cereals.

To find out more about my recipes, click here.


Khorog raisins

Soft, sweet and plump. Contains no added sugar, oil or additives.

Health benefits:
– Full of nutrients, vitamins and minerals,
– Low in sodium,
– High in fibre to aid digestion,
– Contain oleanolic acid to fight cavities and tooth decay,
– High in calcium to support the bones and teeth,
– Reduce body acidity,
– Treat anemia,
– Protect eyes,
– Protect against free radicals thanks to polyphenolic nutrients,
– Anti-inflammatory properties,
– Antibacterial properties.

How I use them?
Sometime I mix them up with some nuts and seeds. I also add them in porridge, puddings, cakes and biscuits.


Linseed

Health benefits:
– Rich in omega 3 fatty acid,
– High in antioxidants,
– Improve heart health,
– Increase blood circulation,
– Promote healthy cardiovascular system,
– Anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer benefits,
– Anti-aging propertis,
– Reduce gout symptoms,
– Boost immune system,
– Hig in fibre and aid in digestion,
– Regulate hormones in post-menopausal women,
– Support the total and good cholesterol,
– Lower blood pressure,
– Prevent various gastrointestinal diseases,
– Support healthy vision,
– Improve the quantity and quality fluid in your eyes,
– Reduce general healing time.

How I use it?
I sprinkle it in salad, porridge and soup. I also use it in grounded form.


Chia seeds

Health benefits:
– Rich in vitamins such as A, B1, B2, B3, C and E,
– Good source of calcium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, zinc, boron and magnesium,
– Anti-cancer benefits,
– High in omega 3 fatty acid,
– Anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties,
– Promote healthy skin,
– Support weight management,
– Cholesterol free,
– Lower cholesterol level,
– Improve heart health,
– Increase blood circulation,
– Promote healthy cardiovascular system,
– Antidiabetic properties,
– Balance the digestive system,
– Energy booster and increase the body stamina,
– Regulate blood pressure,
– Prevent osteoporosis and arthritis,
– Strengthen bones and dental health,
– Increase general body flexibility,
– Support menthal health.

How I use them?
As a raw snack I consume 1 or 2 tablespoons per day in liquid such as smoothies, juices and water. I sometime mix them up with other nuts and seeds in salad, porridges, puddings, cakes or biscuits. I also use them in a grounded form in the same dishes.


Pumpkin seeds

Health benefits:
– Good source of vitamin A, B complex, K and E,
– Rich in manganese, calcium, potassium, magnesium, copper, phosphorus, zinc and iron,
– Anti-inflammatory benefits,
– Improve heart health,
– High in polyunsaturated fats,
– Rich in antioxidants,
– Aid in skin care,
– Improve blood circulation,
– Prevent blood clots,
– Improving oxygenation of organs
– Strengthen the bones,
– Relieve anxiety, stress and depression,
– Stimulate hair growth,
– Balancing hormones,
– Protecting the prostate,
– Balance cholesterol levels.

How I use it:
As a raw snack I eat 1 to 2 handful of nuts per day. Sometime I mix it up with some other nuts and seeds. I also sprinkle them in salad, porridge and soup.


Pistachio

Health benefits:
– Rich in minerals such as phosphorus, potassium, calcium, iron, magnesium, zinc, copper and sodium,
– Source of vitamins such as A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B9, C, E, K and choline, betaine,
– Rich in antioxidants,
– Anti-inflammatory benefits,
– Promotes heart health,
– Lower bad cholesterol,
– Improve metabolism,
– Prevents the hardening of arteries and the formation of blood clots,
– Support weight management,
– High protein, low saturated fat and high unsaturated fats,
– Support healthy vision,
– Good source of dietary fibre, aid in digestion,
– High copper content, which helps in better absorption of iron,
– Support better blood flow,
– Boost brain health,
– Eliminate the dryness from the skin,
– Aphrodisiac properties,
– Antidiabetic,
– Regulate the blood sugar levels and blood pressure,
– Maintain healthy nervous system,
– Aid in wound healing and cellular growth.

How do I use them?
As a raw snack I eat 1 to 2 handful of nuts per day. Sometime I mix them up with some other nuts and seeds. I also chop them in salad, porridge, puddings, cakes and biscuits.


Hemp seeds

Health benefits:
– Contains vitamin E
– Source of zinc, magnesium, calcium, phosphorous, copper, manganese and iron,
– Rich in omega 3 and a rare form of omega 6 called GLA (gamma linoleic acid),
– Perfect naturally, balanced omega fatty acids,
– High well balanced insoluble and soluble fibre,
– Improve heart health,
– Promote healthy cardiovascular system,
– Stimulate digestion,
– Exellent source of high quality complete protein,
– Contains all of the 8 essential amino acids,
– Aid in muscle building,
– Eliminate insomnia and reduce stress,
– Improve blood health,
– Support weight management,
– Stimulate metabolic system,
– Prevent various type of cancers,
– Boost the immune system,
– Reduce symptoms of menopause and menstruation,
– Improve skin, nail and hair health,
– Strengthen the bones and joints,
– Reduce addictions like alcohol and cocaine.

How do I use them?
As a raw snack I sometime consume 1 or 2 tablespoons per day in order to benefit from the higher vitamins and minerals contents. I mix them up with other nuts and seeds in porridges, salad, soup, smoothies, juices, puddings, cakes and biscuits. I also use them in a grounded form in the same dishes. It is possible to use them as an alternative to milk.


Pumpkin seed oil

Health benefits:
– Good source of vitamin A, B complex, K and E,
– Rich in manganese, calcium, potassium, magnesium, copper, phosphorus, zinc and iron,
– Anti-inflammatory benefits,
– Improve heart health,
– High in polyunsaturated fats,
– Rich in antioxidants,
– Aid in skin care,
– Improve blood circulation,
– Prevent blood clots,
– Improve oxygenation of organs
– Strengthen the bones,
– Relieve anxiety, stress and depression,
– Stimulate hair growth,
– Balance hormones,
– Protect the prostate,
– Balance cholesterol levels.

How do I use it?
I consume 1 or 2 teaspoons of pumpkin seed oil as it is to enjoy the healthy benefits mentioned above or as a salad dressing, in desserts, or even added to my soups and stews in order to give to my dish a nutty flavour. I do not recommend to heat it as it is sensitive.


Black pepper

Health benefits:
– Good antioxidant,
– Antimicrobial,
– Antibacterial,
– Anti-inflammatory,
– Antidepressant activities,
– Antiparasetic agent,
– Cardioprotective,
– Improve gastrointestinal functionality,
– Boost nutrient’s absorption,
– Neuroprotective agent,
– Detoxifier,
– Chemoterapeutic,
– Reduce oxidative stress,
– Improve skin and hair conditions,

How do I use it?
I use it as a powder, always freshly grounded and sprinkled into the salads, smoothies/juices, soups and currys. I also sprinkle it on the top of vegetables like avocado and tomatoes when I eat them individually.
(*) In smoothies and juices it helps the absorption of nutrients in the body.


Balsamic vinegar of Modena

Health benefits:
– Resource of vitamin A, B3 and C,
– Good source of minerals like iron, potassium, calcium, manganese and phosphorus,
– High in antioxidant,
– Promote healthy cardiovascular system,
– Reduce blood pressure,
– Lower total and bad cholesterol,
– Support healthy digestion,
– Boost gut health,
– Immune system booster,
– Natural probiotic,
– Support weight management,
– Fat free,
– Antidiabetic,
– Regulate blood sugar,
– Boost blood circulation,
– Support healthy cleares and brighter skin.

How do I use it?
Delicious drizzled on the salad. Used primarily as a condiment to increase the flavor and also the nutritional value of any meal. For healthy benefits a teaspoon a day can improve general well being.



Coconut flour

– Gluten free,
– Rich in vitamin B3, B6, C and folate,
– Provide 18 various necessary amino acids,
– Good source of manganese, calcium, selenium, phosphorus and potassium,
– Antidepressant activities,
– Low blood pressure,
– Eliminate toxins including metals,
– Support a healthy blood suhar level,
– Boost the immune system,
– Stimulate digestive system,
– High in fibre,
– Low in carbohydrates,
– Good protein resource,
– Anti-inflammatory,
– Support bone and nerve health.

How do I use it?
As a powder I add it into my smoothies, juices, hot drinks, porridge, cakes and savoury dishes. I also sprinkle it in my fruit salads, cereal, puddings and desserts. It is great as decoration.


Almonds

Health benefits:
– High in healthy monounsaturated fats,
– Good source of fiber,
– High in protein,
– Rich in vitamin E, vitamin B2, magnesium, manganese, copper, iron, zinc, calcium and phosphorus,
– Great source of antioxidant,
– Anti-ageing,
– Anti-cancer,
– Support cardiovascular health,
– Reduce oxidative stress,
– Low in carbohydrates,
– Support a healthy blood sugar level,
– Lower blood pressure,
– Lower cholesterol and prevent cholesterol oxidation,
– Support weight loss.

How do I use them?
As a raw snack I consume 1 to 2 handful nuts per day. I also mix them up with some other nuts and seeds. I chop them in salad, porridges, puddings, cakes and biscuits. As a powder I add it in my smoothies, porridges, soups and raw cakes/biscuits. For more information about my recipes click here.


Peanuts

Health benefits:
– Plant-based source of protein,
– High in vitamins, minerals and plant compounds,
– Ideal for a weight loss diet,
– Reduce the risk of heart disease,
– Reduce the risk of gallstones.

How I use them?
As a raw snack I consume 1 handful nuts per day. I also mix them up with some other nuts and seeds. I add them in salad and soups and in raw cakes. For more information about my recipes click here.


Cashew nuts

Health benefits:
– High levels of iron, calcium, magnesium, sodium, zinc, copper, selenium, phosphorus, folic acid and manganese,
– Good source of vitamin E, vitamin K, vitamin B6,
– Lower blood pressure,
– Promotes formation of red blood cells,
– Good source of protein and fibre,
– Aids in curing cancer,
– Support bone and muscle health,
– Good for teeth and gums,
– Monounsaturated fatty acids that promote healthy levels of good cholesterol,
– Balance longer energy production,
– Support cardiovascular health,
– Support healthy vision,
– Immune system booster,
– Improve vitality,
– Provides flexibility in blood vessels, bones and joints.

How I use them?
As a raw snack I consume about 1 to 2 handful of cashew nuts per day sometime I mix them up with some other nuts and seeds.

I also chop them in salad, puddings, cakes and biscuits. I also ground them in smoothies, porridges, soups, sauces and my raw cakes or biscuits. You can find out more about my recipes here.


Walnuts

Health benefits:
– Rich in vitamins such as vitamin C, complex B and E,
– Source of minerals such as calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, sodium and zinc,
– Excellent sources of antioxidants like ellagic acid, catechin, melatonin, and phytic acid,
– Reduce LDL (bad) cholesterol,
– Anti-inflammatory benefits,
– Good source of dietary fiber and protein,
– Rich in omega 3 and 6 fatty acid,
– Improve metabolism,
– Aid in weight management,
– Control of diabetes,
– Improve brain health,
– Act as a mood booster,
– Anti-aging and antibacterial properties
– Natural exfoliator, keep the skin young and fresh,
– Improve heart health and stamina,
– Promote healthy cardiovascular system,
– Boost bone health,
– Cleanse digestive system,
– Improve the gut functions and have prebiotic properties,
– Boost male fertility,
– Regulate sleep,
– Mood booster,
– Support healthy thicker, longer and stronger hair.

How I use them?

As a raw snack I eat 1 to 2 handful of nuts per day. Sometime I mix them up with some other nuts and seeds. I also chop them in salad, porridge, puddings, cakes and biscuits.


Brazil nuts

Health benefits:
– High selenium content providing essential mineral,
– Rich in antioxidants,
– Strengthen the immune system,
– Helps in the prevention of damage to the nerves and cells,
– Reduce inflammation,
– Improve heart health,
– Aid in skin care,
– Boost weight loss,
– Reduce the signs of aging,
– Regulate thyroid function,
– Fight anxiety,
– Stimulate growth and repair,
– Improve the digestive process,
– Boost male fertility.

How I use them?
As a raw snack I eat 1 to 2 handful of nuts per day. Sometime I mix them up with some other nuts and seeds. I also chop them in salad, porridge, puddings, cakes and biscuits.


Rock salt

Health benefits:
– Combats water retention,
– Soothes sore muscles,
– Regulate sleep,
– Detoxifies the body,
– Lower the blood pressure,
– Reduces stress,
– Reduces body pains,
– Overcome muscle cramps,
– Support respiratory problems and sinus.

How do I use it?
Bath, foot bath, energy cleanser, radiation filtering, air purification.

I add it in my salads, soups and avocados.


Pine nuts

Health benefits:
– Support cardiovascular system,
– Contribute to a healthy heart,
– Great source of monounsaturated fatty acids,
– Reduce cholesterol levels,
– Reduce the risk of heart attack,

How do I use them?
As a raw snack I eat 1 to 2 handful of nuts per day. Sometime I mix them up with other nuts and seeds. I also add them in my salads.


Pecans

Health benefits:
– Powerhouse of vitamins such as A, B6, C, E, K,
– Rich in minerals such as manganese, potassium, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, zinc and selenium,
– Sodium free,
– High in monounsaturated fats such as oleic acid along with phenolic antioxidants,
– Rich in fibre and protein,
– Support cardiovascular and heart health,
– Maintain healthy blood sugar level,
– Increase blood circulation throughout the body,
– Antidiabetic and anti-aging properties,
– Lower cholesterol level,
– Reduce high blood pressure,
– Boost metabolism and enhance satiety,
– Help in weight management,
– Reduce the risk of gallstones,
– Anti-cancer properties,
– Anti-inflammatory benefits,
– Lower the risk of arthritis,
– Support healthy functioning of the brain,
– Ease menstruation,
– Immune system booster,
– Improve digestion,
– Maintain good bone health,
– Support healthy vision,
– Strengthen the roots of the hair,
– Prevent hair loss.

How I use them?
As a raw snack I eat 1 to 2 handful of nuts per day. Sometime I mix them up with other nuts and seeds. I also chop them in salad, porridge, puddings, cakes and biscuits.


Macadamia nuts

Health benefits:
– Rich in micronutrients,
– Rich in vitamins and minerals in one serving,
– Rich in monounsaturated fatty acids,
– Great source of fibre,
– Vitamin B6,
– Calcium,
– Copper,
– Iron,
– Magnesium,
– Manganese,
– Potassium,
– Selenium,
– Zinc.

How I use them?

As a raw snack I eat 1 to 2 handful of nuts per day. Sometime I mix them up with other nuts and seeds. I also add them in salad.


Turmeric powder

Health benefits:
– Prevent heart disease,
– Prevent Alzheimer’s,
– Prevent cancer,
– Act as anti-inflammatory and anti-oxydant,
– Help against depression,
– Improve symptoms of depression
– Improve symptoms of arthritis

How I use them?

As a powder I consume 1 teaspoon of powder per day mixed with half a cup of warm distilled water, a pinch of black pepper and a pinch of black seeds. I repeat that dose every 4 to 5 hours in the day in the event of any pain or body inflammation.