Super Natural Protein Rolls
2 x 2pkts
Wheat flour, water, mixed seeds (15%) (sunflower seeds, linseeds, lentils red, buckwheat,), soy grits12%, sprouted grains 6%, (fermented rye sour (rye flour), kibbled barley, kibbled rye, mung beans, lentils, kibbled soy), wheat gluten, iodised salt, yeast, emulsifier (481)
- Contains gluten and soy
- May contain sesame seeds
- Suitable for vegans
Servings per Packet : 4
Serving size: 120g
- 12.9g protein per serve
- Equal combinations of mono and poly unsaturated fats
- Suitable for vegans – delivering a good combination of amino acids (which can be lacking in a vegan diet)
- Mixed seeds
- Sunflower seeds
- High in polyunsaturated fats – may reduce LDL cholesterol levels, heart attack and stroke risk.
- Rich source of alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) a type of omega 3 polyunsaturated fat – may reduce LDL cholesterol levels, lower risk of stroke and reduce inflammation.
- Great source of protein
- Great source of iron (great for vegetarians)– important for blood cells to transport oxygen
- High in fibre – supports regular bowel movements and growth of gut microbiome
- Contain a broad range of phytochemicals – can protect against chronic disease such as heart disease and type 2 diabetes.
- Good source of protein
- Contains resistant starch – resists digestion and is fermented in the large bowel by gut bacteria. This produces short-chain fatty acids (SCFA) which serve as nutrition for the large bowel cells and improve gut health and decrease the risk of bowel cancer and other chronic conditions.
- Sprouted grains
- Many plant foods contain chemicals that reduce the body’s ability to absorb essential nutrients. They are not a major concern for most people.
- Sprouting is a period in the life cycle of plants when they start emerging from the seed. This natural process is also known as germination.
- Sprouting has been shown to reduce some of the chemicals, therefore, increasing the availability of nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, protein and antioxidants.
- The sprouted grains include:
- Kibbled barley
- Kibbled rye
- Kibbled soy
- Mung beans
- Rich in essential amino acids such as phenylalanine, leucine, isoleucine, valine, lysine, arginine, and more.
- Essential amino acids are unable to be produced by the body.
- Amino acids are the building blocks to protein – therefore mung beans are a good source of protein.
- Average Quantity per serving
- Average Quantity per 100gr
- fat total
- Less than 0.1g
- Less than 0.1g
- dietary fibre total