health benefits

Enough of half truths and labels only a chemist can understand. Learn the simple facts about a diet rich in fruit & vegetables.

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What the medical community keeps saying.
Imperial College London

A diet equivalent of 5-10 portions of fruit a day lowers 24% chance of heart disease, 32% chance of stroke and 13% of cancer in a lifetime. Evidence

Harvard University

A diet rich in vegetables and fruits can lower blood pressure, reduce risk of heart disease and stroke, prevent some types of cancer, lower risk of eye and digestive problems, and have a positive effect upon blood sugar which can help keep appetite in check. Diet equivalent of 5-10 portions of fruit a day lowers 24% chance of heart disease, 32% chance of stroke and 13% of cancer in a lifetime. Evidence

Oxford Martin University

Plant-based diets could save millions of lives and dramatically cut greenhouse gas emissions. Evidence

WHO Recommendations

As part of a healthy diet low in fat, sugars and sodium, WHO suggests consuming more than 400 grams of fruits and vegetables per day to improve overall health and reduce the risk of certain noncommunicable diseases. Evidence

transparency means no lies

Learn below the only ingredients you will find in kencko. You won't find sugars, nor words (ingredients) you can't understand. We're obsessed with the idea of simplifying the consumption of organic fruits & vegetables.

radical transparency

Each ingredient is grown off the land, not prepared in a laboratory. 1 packet of Kencko = 2 of the recommended daily intake of fruit & veg.

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