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LUPIN PROTEIN 550 G

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Nutritious and satisfying vegetable protein suitable for weight loss diets, to fight flabbiness and to regulate the intestinal transit. Ideal for children and elderly people with feeding problems, and pregnant women who require a higher protein intake. 

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LUPIN PROTEIN

 

INGREDIENTS:

Lupin (Lupinus albus) flour from organic farming. It contains 43% protein and 28% all natural fibre. Contains no milk, soy, gluten or other ingredients. Contains no fructose, sweeteners, colours or sulfites. The taste is 100% natural, so it is suitable for mixing with your favourite flavours and ingredients, such as cocoa, fruit, drinks, juice or vegetable broth.

SUGGESTED USE:

 

Mix 2 scoops (14 g of protein) or the necessary grams in a drink or vegetable milk. It can also be added to broth or soup, to fruit juice or shake, to enrich their protein content. Shake well for best mixing results.

 

550g

 

Store in a cool, dry place.

Made in EU.

 

ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID PROFILE

Essential amino acids

mg/g protein

g/100 protein

Histidine 

22

2.2

Isoleucine

37

3.7

Leucine

72

7.2

Lysine

46

4.6

Methionine

6

0.6

Cysteine (or cystine)

12.5

1.25

Methionine + cysteine 

18.5

1.85

Phenylalanine

37

3.7

Tyrosine

44

4.4

Phenylalanine + tyrosine

81

8.1

Threonine

33

3.3

Tryptophan

8

0.8

Valine

34

3.4

 

Other amino acids  

 g/100 protein

Arginine

10.0

Alanine

3.7

Aspartic

11.5

Glycine

4.4

Glutamic

21.2

Proline

4.3

Serine

6.0

 

Recommended protein intake

The EFSA NDA² panel has set an average requirement (AR) of protein for adults (including the elderly) of 0.66 g per kilogram of body weight daily. Based on this average protein requirement, the panel has derived a Population Reference Intake (PRI) of 0.83 g / kg of body weight.

For example, a person weighing 60 kg has a protein PRI of 50g. Infants, children and adolescents: between 0.83 g and 1.31 g per kg of body weight per day, depending on age. Pregnant women: an additional intake of 1g, 9g and 28g of protein per day during the first, second and third trimester, respectively. Breastfeeding women: an additional intake of 19 g per day for the first 6 months of lactation and 13 g per day thereafter.

² Scientific Opinion on Dietary Reference Values ​​for protein. EFSA Panel on Dietetic Products, Nutrition and Allergies (NDA). EFSA JOurnal 2012: 10: 2557

 

This organic lupin flour has a high protein content: 43 g per 100 g of powder, which represents 46% of its energy content. As an example, if on top of the protein obtained from the diet, someone needs an extra 11 g, just taking 25 g of this flour will be enough to supplement it.

 

Allergens:

Contains Lupin. If you are allergic to lupin you should not take this product.

The advantage of the proteins in this flour is that despite being of vegetable origin, they have a high biological value (in relation to the WHO/FAO/UNU pattern), although they could be completed with foods rich in methionine, cysteine and valine. They do not contain phytoestrogens like soy, nor are they obtained from genetically modified organisms.

It has a low sugar content: 2.4g/100g of product.

It has a low salt content: 0.052g/100g of product.

 

Suitable for diabetics, hypertensives, vegans and vegetarians.


Certified Kosher, Organic, Gluten free and Non GMO.

 

Recommended fibre intake.

The role of dietary fiber in the intestinal function has been considered as the most appropriate criterion for establishing adequate intake. Based on this, the EFSA NDA panel considers that a daily intake of 25 g of fibre is adequate for a laxative effect. It recognises that amounts greater than this reduce the risk of coronary heart disease and type 2 diabetes, and improve weight management.

This lupin flour has a high fibre content (28 g per 100 powder), representing 7.4 g per 100 kcal. As an example, taking 1 measured serving of this flour will provide you with 7.8 g of fibre (31% of daily requirements as per the EFSA recommendation). 90% of this fibre is insoluble, which is the most suitable for intestinal transit. The remaining 10% is insoluble fibre.

In addition, this product provides a considerable amount of fermentable oligosaccharides (fibre-like), consisting of stachyose, raffinose and verbascose (7.6 g/100 g and 1.9 g/25 g of product), which enhance the laxative effect of fibre.

Nutrition information

 

Per 100g

%DRI*

Energy

kcal

376

19

 

kj

1569

 

Fats 

g

12

17

  of which saturated

g

1.7

8

Carbohydrates

g

10

4

  of which sugars

g

2.4

3

Fibre

g

28

 

Protein

g

43

86

Salt

g

0.052

1

Phosphorus 

mg

500

71

Iron

mg

5

26

Zinc 

mg

5

50

Magnesium

mg

150

40

Calcium

mg

180

22

Vitamin B1

mg

0.42

38

Vitamin B6

mg

0.39

28

Folic Acid

µg

50

25

Vitamin B2

mg

0.32

23

Vitamin E

mg- α-ET

2.49

21

*DRI: Average Dietary Reference Intake

The salt content in this product is due exclusively to the naturally-present sodium in this food.

 

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Store tightly closed in a cool and dry place.

Made in the EU.

Distributed by: Salengei S.L.

Av. Via Augusta, 48

08006-Barcelona

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