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PROBIOTIC

Probiotics are the strong, silent heroes in our digestive and immune systems. They’re good bacteria that help our bodies break down the foods we eat to facilitate the smooth passage of vitamins and acids through our intestinal walls and the proper nourishment of our vital systems.

 

The World Health Organisation (WHO) defines them as live microorganisms which, when administered in adequate amounts, confer a health benefit on the host.

 

Probiotics are found naturally in our bodies, but their presence can be complemented and balanced with certain foods and, of course, with  newyou. Each chocolate bar contains the required daily amount of the PROBIOTIC needed to help your body.

Did you know?

 

Our microbiota (the sum of our microorganisms) is unique to each of us, just like our fingerprints. It weighs around 200 grams and is home to more than 3 million genes. In total, there are just as many microorganisms as there are human cells.

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Our Star

 

The neural, endocrine, and immune systems form what some refer to as the “gut-brain axis.” This pathway links the brain and gut, allowing each to influence and communicate with the other.

 

Our Star, Bacillus Subtilis DE111 works in the gut to benefit the whole person. Backed by 30+ scientific studies, Bacillus subtilis DE111 has proven beneficial across ages, lifestyles, and needs.

 

• Crowds out bacterial pathogens and maintains healthy gut microbiota
• Supports the normal immune reaction of intestinal cells
• Communicates with intestinal cells to maintain the gut barrier’s function
• Can persist in the GI tract, increase its numbers, and then re-sporulate

PROBIOTIC

Probiotics are the strong, silent heroes in our digestive and immune systems. They’re good bacteria that help our bodies break down the foods we eat to facilitate the smooth passage of vitamins and acids through our intestinal walls and the proper nourishment of our vital systems.

 

The World Health Organisation (WHO) defines them as live microorganisms which, when administered in adequate amounts, confer a health benefit on the host.

 

Probiotics are found naturally in our bodies, but their presence can be complemented and balanced with certain foods and, of course, with  newyou. Each chocolate bar contains the required daily amount of the PROBIOTIC needed to help your body.

Did you know?

 

Our microbiota (the sum of our microorganisms) is unique to each of us, just like our fingerprints. It weighs around 200 grams and is home to more than 3 million genes. In total, there are just as many microorganisms as there are human cells.

Our Star

 

The neural, endocrine, and immune systems form what some refer to as the “gut-brain axis.” This pathway links the brain and gut, allowing each to influence and communicate with the other.

 

Imagen 1

 

Our Star, Bacillus Subtilis DE111 works in the gut to benefit the whole person. Backed by 30+ scientific studies, Bacillus subtilis DE111 has proven beneficial across ages, lifestyles, and needs.

 

• Crowds out bacterial pathogens and maintains healthy gut microbiota
• Supports the normal immune reaction of intestinal cells
• Communicates with intestinal cells to maintain the gut barrier’s function
• Can persist in the GI tract, increase its numbers, and then re-sporulate

 

Organic ingredients, meticulously selected

by our nutritionist:

CACAO

El cacao… A super-food!

With more than 50 nutrients and bioactive components, it’s a source of minerals and vitamin B. It also has strong antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

It’s the perfect complement to probiotics. It helps them grow so that our body can benefit . newyou. contains up to 70% cacao.

Cacao and heart: helps reduce your blood pressure.

Cacao and metabolism: helps control excessive weight and reduces the risk of diabetes.

 

Did you know?

 

The naturalist Alexander von Humboldt (1769-1859) said this about cacao: “At no other time has Nature concentrated such a wealth of valuable nourishment into such a small space as in the cocoa bean”.

MORINGA

Moringa, also known as the “tree of life”, is a medicinal plant indigenous to India and Nepal. It has high vitamin and mineral content, which makes it a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory. But it also stands out for its ability to facilitate digestion and increase one’s sense of fullness. It speeds up our metabolism as it works to absorb nutrients.

Did you know?

 

It’s a tree that grows both tall and quickly, reaching up to 12 metres in height! No part of it goes to waste. Its roots, fruits, flowers and leaves, which have a higher concentration of vitamin C than oranges, are all used.

MACA

Maca is a root that has been cultivated in the Andes Mountains for over 2,500 years. Known as Peruvian ginseng, it’s rich in vitamins and minerals, including zinc. It’s highly

valued for its benefits, among them an increase in physical endurance, libido and general well-being. It’s ideal for improving performance in sports.

Did you know?

Incan warriors viewed it as a gift from the gods and used it to increase their vitality and physical endurance on the battlefield.

REISHI

Reishi has been known as a medicinal mushroom in the Oriental tradition for more than 2000 years. It has 9 essential amino acids and stands out for its high quantity of vitamins, especially vitamin B. Although it’s an efficient antioxidant, its benefits also extend to the immune system, as it’s a powerful anti-inflammatory and activates our defences.

Did you know?

 

During the Ming dynasty, Shi-Jean Lee, a doctor, wrote about the effectiveness of reishi in his book “Ban Chao gang Moo”. In the book, he wrote that it helped one achieve a “long and healthy life”.

LUCUMA

Lucuma is a fruit of Peruvian origin. It’s known as “Incan gold” and is highly valued for its flavour and nutritional benefits.

Used as a sweetener, it promotes digestive wellness and doesn’t cause glucose swings. It’s considered a powerful natural antioxidant as it contains beta carotenes, powerful antioxidants and precursors to vitamin A.

Did you know?

 

It was a highly valued food by the Incas. Today, it continues to be so popular in Peru that lucuma-flavoured ice cream is the ice cream of choice in the country, above even strawberry or chocolate.

ASHWAGANDHA

Ashwagandha is also known as Indian ginseng. Thanks to the up to 12 alkaloids it contains, it helps the body reduce cortisol levels and manage anxiety. It’s ideal for use in reducing feelings of stress, clearing the mind and mitigating insomnia.

A unique ingredient to slow your pace, relax and enjoy.

Did you know?

 

It’s used in numerous shampoos and conditioners because, by improving blood flow in the scalp and activating hair follicles, it speeds hair growth.

CINNAMON

In Ayurvedic medicine, cinnamon is used as a remedy for indigestion and colds, and can help balance our kapha (physical and emotional energy).

Did you know?

 

Although there are many different types of cinnamon from countries such as India, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Brazil, Vietnam and Egypt, Ceylon and Cassia are the most common.

CARDAMOM

Cardamom is an antioxidant and, as such, is anticarcinogenic. This fruit combats certain free radicals that cause ageing, as well as the creation and growth of cancerous cells.

Did you know?

 

It’s one of the most expensive spices in the world, surpassed only by saffron and vanilla.

In early traditional medicine, cardamom could cure a sore throat, tooth and gum infections, congestion, tuberculosis and stomach problems, and it was also used as an antidote to spider and snake bites.

CLOVES

Cloves are spices extracted from the clove tree’s dry flowers. Indigenous to Indonesia, they’re currently cultivated in many different countries. They have analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties and assist in the digestive process, eliminating potential discomfort occasioned by the generation of gases. In addition, they’re rich in nutrients such as vitamins A, C, D, E and K, as well as minerals, especially calcium and magnesium.

Did you know?

 

Ayurveda is a healing art that has been practised in India for more than 5,000 years. It aims to help the healthy person maintain his or her health and the ill person obtain it. And it does this through the use of medicinal plants. In fact, it includes more than 2,700 of them, plus their combinations.

The blend of cloves, cinnamon and cardamom is an Ayurvedic recipe that we wanted to incorporate at newyou..

Organic ingredients, meticulously selected

by our nutritionist:

CACAO

El cacao… A super-food!

With more than 50 nutrients and bioactive components, it’s a source of minerals and vitamin B. It also has strong antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

It’s the perfect complement to probiotics. It helps them grow so that our body can benefit . newyou. contains up to 70% cacao.

Cacao and heart: helps reduce your blood pressure.

Cacao and metabolism: helps control excessive weight and reduces the risk of diabetes.

 

Did you know?

 

The naturalist Alexander von Humboldt (1769-1859) said this about cacao: “At no other time has Nature concentrated such a wealth of valuable nourishment into such a small space as in the cocoa bean”.

MORINGA

Moringa, also known as the “tree of life”, is a medicinal plant indigenous to India and Nepal. It has high vitamin and mineral content, which makes it a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory. But it also stands out for its ability to facilitate digestion and increase one’s sense of fullness. It speeds up our metabolism as it works to absorb nutrients.

Did you know?

 

It’s a tree that grows both tall and quickly, reaching up to 12 metres in height! No part of it goes to waste. Its roots, fruits, flowers and leaves, which have a higher concentration of vitamin C than oranges, are all used.

MACA

Maca is a root that has been cultivated in the Andes Mountains for over 2,500 years. Known as Peruvian ginseng, it’s rich in vitamins and minerals, including zinc. It’s highly

valued for its benefits, among them an increase in physical endurance, libido and general well-being. It’s ideal for improving performance in sports.

Did you know?

Incan warriors viewed it as a gift from the gods and used it to increase their vitality and physical endurance on the battlefield.

REISHI

Reishi has been known as a medicinal mushroom in the Oriental tradition for more than 2000 years. It has 9 essential amino acids and stands out for its high quantity of vitamins, especially vitamin B. Although it’s an efficient antioxidant, its benefits also extend to the immune system, as it’s a powerful anti-inflammatory and activates our defences.

Did you know?

 

During the Ming dynasty, Shi-Jean Lee, a doctor, wrote about the effectiveness of reishi in his book “Ban Chao gang Moo”. In the book, he wrote that it helped one achieve a “long and healthy life”.

LUCUMA

Lucuma is a fruit of Peruvian origin. It’s known as “Incan gold” and is highly valued for its flavour and nutritional benefits.

Used as a sweetener, it promotes digestive wellness and doesn’t cause glucose swings. It’s considered a powerful natural antioxidant as it contains beta carotenes, powerful antioxidants and precursors to vitamin A.

Did you know?

 

It was a highly valued food by the Incas. Today, it continues to be so popular in Peru that lucuma-flavoured ice cream is the ice cream of choice in the country, above even strawberry or chocolate.

ASHWAGANDHA

Ashwagandha is also known as Indian ginseng. Thanks to the up to 12 alkaloids it contains, it helps the body reduce cortisol levels and manage anxiety. It’s ideal for use in reducing feelings of stress, clearing the mind and mitigating insomnia.

A unique ingredient to slow your pace, relax and enjoy.

Did you know?

 

It’s used in numerous shampoos and conditioners because, by improving blood flow in the scalp and activating hair follicles, it speeds hair growth.

CINNAMON

In Ayurvedic medicine, cinnamon is used as a remedy for indigestion and colds, and can help balance our kapha (physical and emotional energy).

Did you know?

 

Although there are many different types of cinnamon from countries such as India, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Brazil, Vietnam and Egypt, Ceylon and Cassia are the most common.

CARDAMOM

Cardamom is an antioxidant and, as such, is anticarcinogenic. This fruit combats certain free radicals that cause ageing, as well as the creation and growth of cancerous cells.

Did you know?

 

It’s one of the most expensive spices in the world, surpassed only by saffron and vanilla.

In early traditional medicine, cardamom could cure a sore throat, tooth and gum infections, congestion, tuberculosis and stomach problems, and it was also used as an antidote to spider and snake bites.

CLOVES

Cloves are spices extracted from the clove tree’s dry flowers. Indigenous to Indonesia, they’re currently cultivated in many different countries. They have analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties and assist in the digestive process, eliminating potential discomfort occasioned by the generation of gases. In addition, they’re rich in nutrients such as vitamins A, C, D, E and K, as well as minerals, especially calcium and magnesium.

Did you know?

 

Ayurveda is a healing art that has been practised in India for more than 5,000 years. It aims to help the healthy person maintain his or her health and the ill person obtain it. And it does this through the use of medicinal plants. In fact, it includes more than 2,700 of them, plus their combinations.

The blend of cloves, cinnamon and cardamom is an Ayurvedic recipe that we wanted to incorporate at newyou..

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