by Bérengère of Croc La Vie
Bananas contain essential trace elements such as manganese, selenium, copper, boron and molybdenum, as well as large amounts of minerals such as potassium, which is one of the key nutrients for the good operation of the neurotransmitters. Bananas are also rich in amino acids. Kiwis are an excellent nutritional source with more than 40 trace elements. Pumpkin seeds contain both essential amino acids and fatty acids as well as micronutrients such as potassium, zinc, magnesium, manganese and selenium. They are rich in antioxidants as well as in E vitamin , A vitamin and C vitamin. Barley grass is a superfood rich in essential nutrients for our body. Phyto-nutrients, vitamins, minerals, trace elements and chlorophyll make it a real nutrient concentrate! Pollen is a complete food with 40% proteins (all the essential amino acids), all the polyunsaturated fatty acids (Omega 3-6-9), the main trace elements, the vitamins of B group, A provitamine, flavonoids (antioxidant)... It supports the liver during spring time. Combined with honey, it is even more digestive. Curcuma is the icing on the cake for its exceptional anti-inflammatory properties.
Vegetarian, raw and gluten-free recipe
Ingredients for 1 person
2 bananas (well ripe) - 2 kiwis - 1 tbps of pumpkin seeds (soaked for one night) - 1 tsp of barley grass powder* - 1 drizzle of lemon juice - a little water depending on the desired consistency
Edible decoration 1 tbsp of cistus pollen* - 1 tsp of honey - a few pinches of curcuma powder - a violet flower
Mix all ingredients in a blender. Pour into a bowl. Add the pollen, honey and curcuma powder. Decorate with an edible spring flower (violet, primrose, daisy...). Enjoy immediately with a spoon.