Lifematrix Tropical Fibre has been upgraded to “super-fibre” status.
Our new formulation combines baobab with coconut, offering customers an excellent blend of soluble and insoluble fibres to support gut health, along with inulin, a plant-based pre-biotic “food” for healthy intestinal bacteria.
During the process, sugars are converted into organic acids such as PURE INDIGENOUS brings together the incredible wealth of South Africa’s healing plants in essential oil form.
The collection is comprised of a selection of indigenous plant remedies that celebrate our cultural heritage, having been in use traditionally by the San, early Cape Settlers and our African culture for many hundreds of years.
Arginine is also present in high amounts in egg white protein.
It’s a long overdue contribution to the ketogenic movement in South Africa (using fats rather than carbs as a key source of energy), and provides a premium alternative to our original MCT oil (a blend of coconut and palm kernel MCTs).
) which supports digestive health and weight management.
The snack packs are sulphite-free blends of nuts and dried fruits (such as almonds, cashews, cherries, cranberries).
Previously we were using pineapple fibre, but decided to switch to baobab not only because of its high soluble fibre value – mainly pectin, the gummy stuff used to thicken jams – but also because of its additional nutritional benefits.
Baobab has been rising up the superfood ranks in recent years because of its rich vitamin and mineral content, especially Vitamin C and potassium.