Raw Food e Superfood


Raw literally means "raw".

Raw foods are "live" foods that keep intact all the nutritional properties contained within them.

Many minerals and vitamins in fact, including C vitamin and those of the B group are thermolabile so they are not resistant or are only partially resistant to heat: in essence when we cook food we destroy part of its nutritional virtues.

This is why Ambrosiae has chosen both the ingredients and a production process that takes place entirely below 42°C: this is in fact the temperature threshold beyond which foods lose part of their nutritional value.

Cooking also destroys part of the enzymatic charge of the food, while raw food is rich in food enzymes and reduces stress on the endocrine system. By consuming more raw food we can provide our body with food rich in digestive enzymes and can therefore relieve the burden of the digestive process.


Superfoods are defined as all those foods (mainly berries, seeds, fruits or roots) that have a higher than average density of essential nutrients, especially vitamins and minerals.

The consumption of superfood is directly associated with increased energy and they are valuable allies in getting the essential nutrients we need during the day.

The essential nutrients are those that the body does not synthesize and that therefore must be introduced through food: a consumption of superfood is therefore very useful to reach the recommended daily intake of vitamins and minerals.

The SPROUTING process

In the sprouting process the seed begins its growth path to become a plant. At this moment we can obtain the maximum nutritional benefits of the seed in its most concentrated form. Ambrosiae germinates seeds and cereals and leaves them to dry at low temperatures in order to stop the sprouting process and keep all the nutrients inside them.