Topoloveni Jerusalem artichoke(Topinambour) Gourmet Confiture–230 g.
– 100% BIO Functional Food, all natural, sugar free, preservatives free, additives free
– Does NOT contain sugar or other industrials sweeteners
– Supplier of the Romanian Royal House
– ONLY TWO INGREDIENTS: Fruit & Natural Apple Juice
Description: In this product, the fruit is caught into cubes.
Content: 70% Jerusalem artichoke (topinambour) and 30% natural apple juice.
Nutritional qualities: The Jerusalem artichoke (Topinambour) Gourmet Confiture has a medium energetic value (289 kcal/100 g) and a content of food fibers of 7,7%.
It is all natural, sugar free, preservatives free, additives free. Does NOT contain sugar or other industrials sweeteners.
Awards: The product received the “Quality Brand” (from National Centre for Comparative Tests) and the title of Official Supplier of the Romanian Royal House.
Jerusalem artichoke (Topinambour) Gourmet Confiture = 100% BIO Functional Food
Benefits: The National Research and Development Institute for Alimentary Bioresources Bucharest makes the following statement about this product:
“The product contains a large quantity of food fibers, both soluble (10,1%) and insoluble (7,7%). The soluble fiber is represented especially by inulin, that is considered to be a functional food ingredient because it can modify the physiological and biochemical processes inside the human body. It prevents the appearance of some diseases and it conducts to an improved health state. The inulin has the role of a bifidogenetic agent, which stimulates the immune system. It also decreases the level of pathogenic bacteria from the intestine, combats constipation, lowers the risk of osteoporosis by increasing the absorbtion of minerals (especially calcium), reduces the sugar absorbtion in the blood, preventing the metabolic syndrome and diabetes.
The results of the analysis reveal that the sugar quantity in this product was 61,4%, the glycemic charge for 20g of Jerusalem artichoke preserves is 6, that represents a low glycemic charge.”