Vitamin C participates in hundreds of processes in the body. It helps the body to make collagen, which is necessary for the formation of connective tissue in the skin, ligaments and bones. It also helps maintain immune function, and increases the absorption of iron from plants.
First vitamin discovered, vitamin A improves night vision and protects the cornea. It also promotes bone development and tissue renewal, making it an excellent ally for the skin. It is also involved in the protection of the immune system, the cardiovascular system and acts as an antioxidant.
We all know the role of calcium, the raw material of the skeleton. But, it plays many other roles in the body: it is very important for blood clotting, the functioning of the brain and the nervous system but also for muscle contraction. This is why it plays a vital role in muscle growth.
Proteins are macronutrients absolutely necessary for the proper functioning of the body. They have a significant fat burning effect and are essential for the development and retention of your muscles.
Iron is part of all our cells and performs many tasks in our body: it transports oxygen from the lungs throughout the body, helps to store and use oxygen, in addition to the fact that the body needs it for produce red blood cells. Its benefits correspond to a good growth of the body and to maintain good health.
The fibers are absolutely essential to the balance of the digestive tract and to the body. Indeed, they help regulate intestinal transit, eliminate certain toxic elements such as cholesterol, regulate the absorption of carbohydrates and lipids and act as appetite suppressants.
Carbohydrates are a vital source of energy for the body. They are essential for the functioning of the muscles and the brain. Once ingested, they transform more or less quickly into glucose, fuel of certain cells of the body. Note that glucose is the exclusive fuel of the brain, which needs about 140gr per day.
This macro-element plays an important role in the regulation of the blood pressure and the water presence in our cells. Sodium is essential for the transmission of nerve impulses and muscle contraction.
For a light, low-calorie breakfast, and to start your day
with sweetness and indulgence:
- 2 buttered bread slices
- 1 natural yoghurt
- 1 cup of sugar-free coffee
- A glass of juice Marrakech Flavors of the World Pina Colada
For a breakfast boost:
- A bowl of cereals (oats, quinoa, buckwheat, …)
- 1 yoghurt
- A hot drink of your choice.
- A glass of Maxy Pulp’ Orange
For an awakening of the senses and for a little change, you can opt for the sweet and savory breakfast:
- A boiled egg or dish.
- A portion of cheese.
- A hot beverage.
- A glass of Marrakech Selection Clementine
or Selection Pineapple
For a Beldi breakfast that will bring you satiety and strength:
- Two fried eggs with khlii(*)
- Mint tea
- Some dried fruits
- A glass of Marrakech Tradition Orange
Cinnamon or Orange Blossom orange
& Orange Blosson