INGREDIENTS : Cocoa butter, sugar, whole milk powder , lactose [ milk ], whey powder [ milk ], skimmed milk powder, wheat flour, vegetable oils and fats from palm and sunflower oil, glucose syrup, caramelized sugar 2%, coffee powder 1.5%, albumin, emulsifier: soy lecithin , raising agent: sodium bicarbonate, flavoring: natural vanilla flavor, salt, inulin, palm oil, friendly bacteria (Bacillus coagulans). CONTAINS GLUTEN , SOY , EGG AND LACTOSE. MAY CONTAIN TRACES OF DRIED FRUITS. THE COCOA COMES FROM A COUNTRY OUTSIDE THE EU. KEPT IT IN A DRY AND COOL PLACE AT A TEMPERATURE OF 12-20 °C.
|Reference portion in grams per||100g||% RV*||1 μερίδα (21g)||% RV*|
|of which saturated fat||23,1 g||116%||4,9g||24%|
|Polyunsaturated fats||5,9g||–||1,2 g||–|
|of which sugars||26g||29%||6g||6%|
|Edible fiber||3 g||13%||1g||3%|
|Composition of friendly bacteria||Content per 100g chocolate|
|Bacillus coagulans||5 billion CFU (87,6mg)|
*Recommended daily intake amounts calculated for a 2000 calorie diet. The % recommended intake varies from person to person.
Friendly Bacteria Help maintain healthy levels of bacteria, contribute to the smooth functioning of the entire body and are a source of beneficial microorganisms . The intestinal microflora is very important for our health because it is able to:
- It fights pathogenic bacteria through a mechanism of competition and the production of antibacterial substances.
- Produces short-chain fatty acids, the most important nutrition for intestinal cells.
- Produces vitamins [K, B1, B6, B folic acid, pantothenic acid etc] that play an important role in various metabolic reactions
- Regulates the maturation of innate and adoptive immune responses (80% of the immune system is located in the gut).