Nutrition and health
Lupin offers its nutritional profile towards a better diet.
In everyday food, it enables a nutritional improvement. For more specific, sensitive populations, coeliac or elderly people, lupin reveals itself to be a compelling ingredient.
The formulation with no gluten
Naturally glutenfree, our ingredients from white lupin, allow you to develop your range destined for people who are allergic to gluten. The natural richness of lupin will let you improve the organoleptic profile (smell and taste) of your product, to bring a delicious golden color, and to improve the texture of the food.
Nutrition for seniors
To anticipate and to be the actors of tomorrow's nutrition.
The Europeans polulation is changing and we will soon have to answer to the new nutritional needs of our seniors.
Thanks to its content in nutrients (mainly protein) and micro-nutrients (zinc, magnesium, potassium, calcium, manganese, iron, vitamin B1, etc...), lupin is a privileged food ingredient for seniors. Used in your recipes, it could:
- Help fight against muscle loss (proteins, zinc, magnesium),
- Contribute towards maintaining a positive cardiovascular health (potassium, vitamin B1 and low content of sodium and of saturated fatty acids).
- Fight against the risk of osteoporotic fractures (proteins, calcium, magnesium, manganese, phosphor and zinc).
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Hyperproteinated / Food complements
Proteinaceous foods are trendy. Vegetarians, sportsmen and women, or ordinary consumers who want to follow a balanced and varied diet, are taking an interest in proteinaceous foods. In high protein products , lupin boosts this protein contribution but it also provides an environment in significant micronutrients (vitamins, minerals and fiber).
It helps towards improving organoleptic qualities (color, taste, texture) of these specific products.