Inulin is a fiber that is naturally present in various plants including onion, garlic, chicory, artichoke, and leek. It is not digested in the upper gastrointestinal tract, so it passes directly to the colon, where it works as prebiotic, providing nutrients for the intestinal microbiota.
Carnitine is a naturally occurring molecule in the human body and in foods of animal origin.
Skeletal muscle is a highly plastic tissue that can shift from moments of (relative) inactivity to moments in which its energy consumption increases dramatically.
Oat represents one of the healthiest cereals in the world, but unfortunately, it is still not very popular among consumers. Let's find out its nutritional properties and the benefits it can bring.
Vitamin D (calciferol) is a fundamental micronutrient for our health. Specifically, vitamin D refers to a group of liposoluble pro-hormones consisting of five different molecules, of which the most important for our body are vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) and vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol).
Whey is the liquid part that remains from the process of making cheese after the casein has been extracted.