Tips & Tricks
Fructose is the sugar contained in ripe fruit and honey.
Sodium cyclamate is 25-50 times sweeter than sugar and is not damaged by cooking.
Fructose sweetens almost twice as much compared to ordinary sugar for the same amount of calories.
Low-sodium salts are suitable in diets that require control of sodium intake and reduced intake, e.g. diets of people suffering from hypertension
EPA and DHA can contribute to normal heart function.
Omega-3 fatty acids are “essential” fatty acids, i.e. they are not produced in our body and must be supplied through food.
Low-sodium salt is highly recommended to hypertension sufferers.
Scientific research has led to the identification of some natural and artificial sweeteners that can replace sugar, especially in the diets of people who cannot eat sucrose.
Potassium can contribute to the normal function of the nervous system and of muscle and to help maintain normal blood pressure.
Magnesium can help reduce tiredness and fatigue and contribute to normal energy metabolism, to the normal function of the nervous system and muscle, to normal bone maintenance.