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Added sugars
Nutrient / Macronutrients

Whilst sugars are vital for human health the concerns are about too much 'free' sugar or 'added' sugar present in many processed foods and drinks

Carbohydrate
Nutrient / Macronutrients

Carbohydrates provide a vital source of energy for your brain, nervous system and muscles

Fats
Nutrient / Macronutrients

Fats are key components of your cell membranes, protect your nervous system and are a rich source of energy

Fibre/Fiber
Nutrient / Macronutrients

For healthy bowels, protects your heart and arrests the development of diabetes

Glutathione
Nutrient / Macronutrients

Described as the mother of all antioxidants and plays a critical role in how your cells adapt to stress

Glycemic load
Nutrient / Macronutrients

The glycemic load (GL) is a figure that estimates how much a given food will raise a person's blood glucose level after eating it. It helps people... More

Kilocalories - calories
Nutrient / Macronutrients

A unit that measures how much energy food provides to your body.

Lactose
Nutrient / Macronutrients

Lactose is a sugar present in milk which some people struggle to digest

Macronutrients
Nutrient / Macronutrients

Macronutrients are protein, carbohydrate fat and fibre. These are required in large amounts for the growth and maintenance of all our cells, tissues... More

Monounsaturated fat
Nutrient / Macronutrients

Natural sugars
Nutrient / Macronutrients

Natural sugars are those sugars occurring naturally in ingredients ranging from bananas to peas and are not thought to be detrimental to human... More

Polyunsaturated fat
Nutrient / Macronutrients

Items Found: 15

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