Low GI "Eu Zin" Mix
Mix suitable for a glycemic index diet*
Mix for the preparation of bread and baked goods of high nutritional value
- Suitable for a glycemic index diet*
- Source of dietary fiber
- Enriched (source) with:
- B vitamins (B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B9, B12) and trace elements (Fe, Ca, K, P).
- B1 (Thiamine): Helps maintain proper nervous and digestive system function and regulate the metabolism, and promotes skin health.
- B2 (Riboflavin): Contributes to the proper nervous and digestive system function, promotes skin heath, supports cellular development and helps regulate the metabolism.
- B3 (Niacin): Contributes to the proper nervous and digestive system function, promotes skin heath, supports cellular development and helps regulate the metabolism.
- B5 (Pantothenic Acid): Helps regulate the metabolism and the hormone synthesis.
- B6 (Pyridoxine): Contributes to the immune system and to the regulation of the metabolism.
- B9 (Folic acid): Reduces the risk of children being born with brain or spinal cord defects.
- B12 (Cyanocobalamin): Essential for the normal formation of blood cells, the proper functioning of the nervous system and the regulation of the metabolism.
- Fe (Iron): Promotes blood formation and oxygen transfer to the body; it also promotes the immune system and the normal cognitive function.
- Ca (Calcium): Keeps bones and teeth strong and contributes to the maintenance of normal muscle function.
- K (Potassium): Contributes to the normal functioning of the nervous system and maintains normal arterial blood pressure levels.
- P (Phosphorus): Keeps bones and teeth strong and contributes to the normal functioning of cell membranes.
*For a glycemic index diet, (contains resistant starch (14% of total starch in the final preparation), compliant with the EU regulation 432/2012, with regard to: “Replacing digestible starches with resistant starch in a meal contributes to a reduction in blood glucose rise after that meal”, which is demonstrated by a clinical study conducted by the diabetes center of the DIAGNOSTIC AND THERAPEUTIC CENTER OF ATHENS “HYGEIA” – ATHENS DIABETES CENTER.