Baobab Workout Powder: the best of the plant for the sports nutrition market

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October 21, 2021
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Natural Origins’ Baobab powder-based formulation comes from a responsible and sustainable supply chain and was developed for training and intensive physical exercise. Different tests carried out on athletes on its nutritional benefits, namely during the Paca Raid sports event, confirmed the interest of this super fruit for the sports nutrition market. Indeed, the Baobab pulp has not only tonifying, invigorating and energising virtues (1), it also has prebiotic qualities benefitting digestive health (2).



A sports nutrition product made from natural ingredients


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Our new product made from Baobab is a powder to be diluted in a shaker to be consumed during or just after sporting activities. This innovative turnkey galenic in a portable and practical format, made by our Botanical Studio® is suited for the recuperation phase as well as for athletes in action.


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Designed specifically to provide benefits to people wishing to maintain their sports training while caring for their health, our Baobab Workout Powder comes in the form of a 75 gram bag containing Baobab fruit pulp powder (20%), and the following ingredients:


  • Oat powder:
    Rich in super fibers (beta-glucans), oat is an ideal ingredient for proper physical and muscular preparation. During intense training, its nutritional input balances glucose and insulin levels, contributing to a healthy digestive system. In addition, beta-glucans develop immune defenses.

  • Dried banana powder and banana pulp powder:
    Bananas are very rich in potassium and is a super food which contributes to mineral input to prevent cramps, aching and fatigue. As it is a source of fiber, it participates in the proper funtioning of the digestive system.

  • Mango pulp powder:
    Source of soluble fiber which contributes to reducing the risk of cardiovascular diseases (cholesterol reduction), mangoes have antioxidant properties based on its high level of polyphenols and carotenoids (beta-carotin and violaxanthin). Mangoes encourage intestinal passage, satiety, and indicate a low glycemic load.

  • Hibiscus flower powder:
    For well-being and metabolism


As a refreshing and nutritional beverage, the Baobab Workout Powder presents:


  • Taste qualities:
    • A fruity flavourful taste
    • A touch of gourmet caramel
    • Choice of consistency: smoothie effect (400ml) thirst quenching beverage (1200ml)



Ideal for athletes: performance, endurance, hydration and recovery


Our product is rich in prebiotic fibers (50% of RDA) is adapted specifically for athletes because it provides energy necessary for the body during and after physical exercise. In fact, carbohydrates from fruit (273 kcal/sachet), antioxidant vitamin, along with magnesium minerals (5% of RDA), potassium (8.5% of RDA) and calcium (5% of RDA) contributes to improving physical performance while encouraging good recovery.

For example, there is an equivalent of 300 mg of potassium in a shake, which compensates mineral loss due to sweating during an hour of endurance and rehydrates the body. Baobab Workout Powder is an essential input of energy which allows the sportsperson to avoid bouts of fatigue. Absorbing sugars is facilitated by the large amount of soluble fibres which decreases the glycemic index during exercise.



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(1) ZAHRA’U, B., MOHAMMED, A. S., GHAZALI, H. M., et al. Baobab tree (Adansonia digitata L) parts: nutrition, applications in food and uses in ethno-medicine–a review. Ann Nutr Disord & Ther, 2014, vol. 1, no 3, p. 1011.
(2) LUNVEN, Paul et ADRIAN, Jean. INTÉRÊT ALIMENTAIRE DE LA FEUILLE ET DE LA PULPE DU FRUIT DE BAOBAB (Adansonia digitala). In : Annales de la nutrition et de l'alimentation. CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE, 1960. p. 263-286.
(3) RUFINO, M. S. M., SAMPAIO, C. G., ALVES, R. E., et al. Antioxidant activity measurement in tropical fruits: A case study with acerola. In : XXVII International Horticultural Congress-IHC2006: International Symposium on Citrus and Other Tropical and Subtropical 773. 2006. p. 299-305.

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