The products we loveDepending on the seasons and the program you choose
Here are our little favorites
The turkey breast fillet
Crumbled, diced or sliced … because it’s a lean meat and rich in protein , the turkey breast is in our top 10.
She is notably the star of our Low Carb burger.
per 100g of turkey
Poached, peasant, scrambled, Nordic … No need to hide, we love eggs. There are 1001 ways to prepare them. We select them for you because they are rich in protein, vitamins and minerals .
per 100g of poached eggs (~ 2 eggs)
In-dis-pen-sable in any good diet. We use it for its richness in Omega-3, vitamin D and protein .
Our chef likes to do it in the oven, in a filet, and to serve it with a light sauce in his own way.
per 100g of Pollack caught in the North Atlantic
We use few dairy products for their saturated fat content. This is exactly why we are in love with Greek yogurt. It is low in lactose, rich in protein, calcium and probiotics .
per 100g of 2% Greek yogurt
Nuts, hazelnuts and almonds
The walnut family is an essential source of unsaturated fatty acids, vitamin E and magnesium . They are also high in protein , which makes them ideal in a salad, or in a snack.
per 100g of nuts
Chia seeds are the basis of Eatology porridge, and for good reason: the full offibers in the morning (34%!), a good dose of antioxidants, and polyunsaturated fats .
per 100g of chia seed
Our featured recipes
The Eatology Balls
An energy bomb. Hand-rolled with peanut butter, dates or 70% chocolate, Eatology energy balls will quickly become the highlight of your week. Or that of your children.
Ezechiel Eatology bread
For us, it is the best bread in the world. A top secret recipe that we should keep in a safe. Seriously.
The low carb burger
It’s sad but you won’t see burgers like you used to. A low-carb burger, without bread but with turkey, zucchini and broccoli, and who’s good? It can only be invented at Eatology.