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About Us

Luciana, Founder of Le Smart Cake, 2016 Evrim, Managing Partner of Le Smart Cake, 2022
The Smart Cake story, like most of the good ones, is a story about love. Love for good food, for cooking, for putting a smile on people’s face through the experience of tasting. We started baking cakes in a small oven, at home, using healthy and natural ingredients from our kitchen, avoiding the tons of sugar in products available in the market. And that’s how we still do it: it’s all homemade, balanced, made without artificial flavors or preservatives. Instead, we preserve quality and yumminess.
We are a small company with a grand vision: to combine delightful and nourishing elements within every single bite! In our pursuit of aiding individuals in making optimal choices, we refuse to make concessions between these two aspects. This commitment is what makes our snacks truly SMART! Our 100% natural team members are;
Low in saturated fatty acids and of 100% vegetable origin, almond milk is an alternative to cow’s milk, and does not contain dairy products. Rich in antioxidants, vitamins (E and B) and minerals (especially magnesium and iron), it also helps fight against the first effects of aging. And since there is no cholesterol in almond milk, studies suggest that its consumption may help reduce the risk of coronary heart disease.
Almond Milk
Rich in fiber, especially beta-glucan – a soluble fiber, whole oats can help reduce blood cholesterol and the risk of coronary heart disease, as part of a healthy diet. Once in the body, these fibers swell and have a satiogenic effect which reduces snacking and therefore weight gain. Oats are naturally gluten-free, but they are often contaminated with wheat. Gluten-sensitive people should only consume certified “gluten-free” oats.
Certified Gluten-Free Oats
Almonds are nuts rich in fiber, packed with healthy fats and proteins, and low in carbohydrates. Studies show that eating almonds increases the feeling of being satisfied and helps to reduce the number of calories ingested. Almonds are rich in antioxidants that can protect your cells from oxidative damage, a major factor of aging and diseases.
Dates are a good source of dietary fiber and minerals such as magnesium and potassium. They also contain vitamin B6, niacin and pantothenic acid. Their high carbohydrate content makes them high-energy fruits, perfect for intense sports activities. In addition, they contain a high concentration of antioxidants.
Quinoa can reduce blood cholesterol, blood sugar, and triglycerides. It has a lower impact on blood sugar than other gluten-free foods. Carbohydrates in quinoa consist mainly of starch, insoluble fiber and small amounts of sugars that nourish gut bacteria.
Chia is rich in quality protein, more so than most plant foods. Protein is the most slimming macronutrient and can greatly reduce appetite and cravings. They are very rich in fiber, antioxidants, minerals and omega-3 fatty acids. Chia seeds and chia flour can help promote lower blood pressure.
Flaxseeds are high in healthy fats and are one of the best plant sources of omega-3 fatty acids. They can help fight heart disease by lowering blood pressure, regulating blood cholesterol levels, and increasing levels of omega-3 fatty acids in the heart. They contain essential proteins and amino acids that help support immune function.
Sunflower seeds are rich in unsaturated fatty acids, good fats that naturally help lower LDL-cholesterol, better known as “bad cholesterol”. Another strong point is that they are ultra rich in vitamin E – an antioxidant which protects the cells from the free radicals and reinforces the immune system. For vegetarians, they are also a valuable source of protein, and contain many vitamins and minerals such as calcium, iron, phosphorus and magnesium.
Sunflower Seeds
Raw cacao is a nutritional gold mine and a very good anti-stress food: with a magnesium content of 500mg per 100g, it ranks among the foods richest in this mineral – which is the most deficient in developed societies. Cacao is also a source of calcium, potassium, phosphorus and trace elements like iron, copper, selenium and zinc. In terms of vitamins, cocoa provides vitamins A, B1, B9, C and E. Raw cacao beans are very rich in flavonoids and therefore have a powerful antioxidant capacity, ideal for combating the action of free radicals.
Raw Cacao
Medium chain triglycerides in coconut oil can increase the number of calories you burn compared to the same amount of other fats. Studies also show that coconut oil has a protective effect on the arteries and heart. The body immediately uses the fat reserves, without storing them. No risk of deposits that could eventually clog the arteries. This can result in a reduced risk of heart disease.
Coconut Oil
Compared to other sugars (beet, sugarcane, agave) it has the most ecological production. The coconut palms remain in place and continue to give flowers which will be used to produce coconuts, sugar, alcohol and / or vinegar. When compared to white sugar, which provides empty calories, coconut sugar provides vitamins and minerals, such as potassium, magnesium, zinc, iron, and vitamin C. Despite its lower glycemic index (compared to other sugars), it’s still a sugar, so it should be consumed sparingly.
Coconut Sugar
Rich in protein (30 to 55% depending on the species), pumpkin seeds are highly nutritious. They contain fiber, phytosterols and unsaturated fatty acids – good for the cardiovascular system. Are also an important source of minerals (Magnesium, Iron, Phosphorus, Zinc, Copper, Potassium, Ca) and vitamin A as well as vitamins B1 and B2. Pumpkin seeds have a beneficial effect against fatigue and anemia thanks to their high iron content. A handful covers a third of our magnesium requirement, which fights anxiety, stress, PMS or cramps.
Squash Seeds


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