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Vitamins & Minerals

Everything your body needs

We have developed Kenko Meals to fully cover Health Canada's recommendations for vitamins and minerals, so you can use Kenko for all your meals if you wish. Our nutrients come naturally from the ingredients in our recipe, not from synthetic vitamins.

** These percentages correspond to the daily intake of vitamins and minerals for a consumption of 2000 calories per day of Kenko Meals, based on Health Canada's recommendations.

Our Natural Ingredients

Real food your body recognize

Whole grain oats flour

Very healthy whole grain, providing good complex carbohydrates and soluble fibers that help lower cholesterol levels and regulate insulin, as well as having a satiating effect.

Almond

Source of good monounsaturated fats, rich in magnesium and vitamin E, protects against cardiovascular diseases, may prevents the appearance of certain cancers and improves cognitive functions.

Sweet Potato

Complex carbohydrate with low glycemic index, rich in vitamins A, B2, B5, B6, C, copper, potassium and manganese, it is a concentrate of various antioxidants, essential for the body.

Spinach

Extremely nutritious vegetable containing several vitamins and minerals: iron, folic acid, magnesium, vitamin A, potassium calcium and more, it is also an ally for the digestive system.

Cauliflower

Contains several antioxidant compounds that help detoxify your body and may prevent the damage of carcinogens, making it one of the most popular anti-cancer foods.

Cashew nuts

Rich in good monounsaturated fatty acids, they also have anti-inflammatory properties as well as essential minerals such as phosphorus, magnesium, iron, copper and manganese.

Kale

An important source of antioxidants that promote the renewal of cells, it is also anti-inflammatory, helps digestion and may prevents cardiovascular disease, in addition to containing several vitamins.

Walnuts

The nut richest in alpha-linolenic acid, an essential omega-3 fat associated with improving bone health and preventing cardiovascular disease and diabetes.

Carrot

A powerful antioxidant, beta-carotene in carrots could slows down aging, improves skin condition and is excellent for vision.

Pumpkin Seeds

Rich in several vitamins and minerals, especially iron, magnesium and zinc, pumpkin seeds are anti-inflammatory and excellent for the proper functioning of the immune system.

Broccoli

Rich in potassium and vitamin B, it would strengthen the immune system, prevent cancer, protect the respiratory tracts as well as help In slowing cognitive decline.

Partially skimmed milk powder

Packing 16 essential nutrients, excellent source of calcium for bones and vitamin D. The proteins, folate and zinc in milk help to balance the immune system.

Our Natural Ingredients

Real food your body recognize

Whole grain oats flour

Very healthy whole grain, providing good complex carbohydrates and soluble fibers that help lower cholesterol levels and regulate insulin, as well as having a satiating effect.

Almond

Source of good monounsaturated fats, rich in magnesium and vitamin E, protects against cardiovascular diseases, may prevents the appearance of certain cancers and improves cognitive functions.

Sweet Potato

Complex carbohydrate with low glycemic index, rich in vitamins A, B2, B5, B6, C, copper, potassium and manganese, it is a concentrate of various antioxidants, essential for the body.

Spinach

Extremely nutritious vegetable containing several vitamins and minerals: iron, folic acid, magnesium, vitamin A, potassium calcium and more, it is also an ally for the digestive system.

Cauliflower

Contains several antioxidant compounds that help detoxify your body and may prevent the damage of carcinogens, making it one of the most popular anti-cancer foods.

Cashew nuts

Rich in good monounsaturated fatty acids, they also have anti-inflammatory properties as well as essential minerals such as phosphorus, magnesium, iron, copper and manganese.

Kale

An important source of antioxidants that promote the renewal of cells, it is also anti-inflammatory, helps digestion and may prevents cardiovascular disease, in addition to containing several vitamins.

Walnuts

The nut richest in alpha-linolenic acid, an essential omega-3 fat associated with improving bone health and preventing cardiovascular disease and diabetes.

Carrot

A powerful antioxidant, beta-carotene in carrots could slows down aging, improves skin condition and is excellent for vision.

Pumpkin Seeds

Rich in several vitamins and minerals, especially iron, magnesium and zinc, pumpkin seeds are anti-inflammatory and excellent for the proper functioning of the immune system.

Broccoli

Rich in potassium and vitamin B, it would strengthen the immune system, prevent cancer, protect the respiratory tracts as well as help In slowing cognitive decline.

Partially skimmed milk powder

Packing 16 essential nutrients, excellent source of calcium for bones and vitamin D. The proteins, folate and zinc in milk help to balance the immune system.

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Whey (milk) protein concentrate

Derived directly from milk, whey proteins are a very good source of high-quality proteins that contains all nine essential amino acids.

Iodized salt

The human body needs a minimum of sodium to work well. With the addition of iodine, essential for the proper functioning of the thyroid hormones, which have a primary role in several metabolic functions, it allows for good overall health, while staying well below the daily maximums for sodium.

Brazil nuts

Providing phosphorus, magnesium and zinc, but especially a phenomenal amount of selenium, a trace element essential to the human body.

Natural flavors

Derived from elements found in nature, the aromas stimulate our sense of smell when we eat, giving the product a delicious taste. No artificial flavors.

Nutritional yeast

Rich in protein, fiber and amino acids, an important source of several vitamins, including essential vitamin B12 and B-complex vitamins that help metabolize proteins, fats and carbohydrates.

Stevia

Substitute for sugar and contains no calories. Much healthier than aspartame and other sweeteners, stevia is naturally derived from a plant.

Locust bean gum

From carob tree, a tree of the legume family, locust bean gum is rich in fiber that could help lower cholesterol and blood sugar levels, while improving the texture of the meal naturally.

Vitamin C

Present in large quantities in vegetables, but very fragile and can deteriorate rapidly depending on storage conditions. The meals were therefore supplemented with vitamins C so that you are sure to have enough for the duration of storage of the product.