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Fruit bar Dr. Light Fruit Cranberry-Raspberry

Fruit bar Dr. Light Fruit Cranberry-Raspberry

Light sourness of the cranberry and distinct and fine sweetness of the raspberry are real milestones of new delight! The combination of sweet apricots, apples, grapes and sour tasteof cranberries and raspberries!

Bar weight 30 g.

Package 25 pcs.

Contents: dried apricots – 57,4 %; dried apples – 10,0 %; dried grapes – 9,6 %; fructose; raspberry juice concentrate – 6,3 %; fast frozen fen-berry – 5,2 %; gelling agent: Gum arabic (natural fibre); acid: ascorbic acid (vitamin C); acidity regulator: citric acid.

          

0.9 USD - Bar
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21 USD - Package
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Nutritional valuesper 100 g% RDI*per 30 g% RDI*
Energy value 1350 kJ 16 405 kJ 5
Energy value 318 kcal 16 95 kcal 5
Fats 0,6 g 1 0,2 g 0,3
- saturated fatty acids 0,3 g 2 0,1 g 0,5
Сarbohydrates 70,0 g 27 21,0 g 8
- sugars 48,0 g 53 14,0 g 16
Fibre 12,0 g 12 3,6 g 3,6
Proteins 2,5 g 5 0,8 g 1,6
Salt 0,15 g 2 0,05 g 0,8
Vitamin С 40 mg 50 12 mg 15

* - recommended daily intake

Cranberry

Fruit contains organic acids (citric acid up to 2,8 %), benzene up to 0,04 %, glutaric acid, quinic acid, butyric acid, ursolic acid), sugars (2,6 %, pectins and colorants, glycoside vaccinine, flavonoids, carotene, vitamin C, tannin, phytoncide, trace elements (iron, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, zinc, silver, chromium, cobalt).

Raspberry

Fruit contains organic acids (salicylic acid, malic acid, formic acid, hexanoic acid), glucose (up to 4,3 %), fructose (up to 8 %), sucrose (up to 6,5 %), tannin (up to 0,3 %), pectins and nitrogenic elements, potassium salts and coppers, hydrogen cyanide, acetoin, benzaldehyde, vitamin C (up to 45 mg), carotene (0,3 mg), trace elements of vitamin B, ether oils. Seeds contain saturated oils (up to 14,6 %), phytosterin (0,4 %).

Apricot

Apricot contains sugars, organic acids (salicylic, malic, and citric), provitamin A (carotene), vitamins C and B and is rich in salts, potassium, magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, sodium and iron.

Apple

Fresh fruit contains various sugars (up to 12 % of fructose, glucose, sucrose), organic acids (up to 2,42 % - malic, tartaric, citric, chlorogenic acid, metapectin), pectins, tannin and colorants, mineral salts, organic compounds of iron and phosphorus, vitamin B and C, provitamin A (carotene) and ether oils. Part of the ether oils are acetic aldehyde and complex ethers of amyl alcohol with formic, acetic and hexanoic and caprylic acid.

Dried grapevine (raisins)

Fruit contains sugars (up to 20 %), organic acids (roughly 2,5 % – tartaric acid, malic acid, citric acid, succinic acid, oxalic acid, formic acid and traces of salicylic acid), salts of potassium, calcium, magnesium and iron and twin salts of these elements, furthermore tannin, pectin and colorants, quercetin, enin, glycosides of mono- and bidelphinidin, vitamins A, B1, B2 a C.

Ascorbic acid (vitamin C)

One of the basic water soluble vitamins in human food. It is a immunostimulant, helping proper functioning of organism’s immune system. It is a strong anti-oxidant, which helps protecting the cells from the oxidation stress. It prevents toxic processes of free radicals, which are aggressive elements created in the organisms during illnesses, great physical strain, negative impact of the environment. It is necessary for creation of collagen and connective tissue: it strengthens the veins, bone tissue, skin, tendons and even teeth. It helps normalizing the nervous system function and resistance to stress. It protects necessary fats and vitamins soluble in fat (vitamins A and E) from oxidation. It plays an important role in transporting of glucose to cells, aids normal course of all energy related processes in the organism.

Fibre

In 1953 in professional literature E. H. Hipsley first came with the term dietetic fibre, which is the combination of polysaccharides (basic source of energy, containing high-molecular saccharides) and lignin (an element contained in the hardened cellular plant wall), which do no change to endogenous secretion from human intestines.

Human organism represent metabolism, for which various composite saccharides, polysaccharides and our intestine micro flora cannot function and multiply without fibre. Basic food elements containing Saccharides, which human enzymes do not dissolve and which are not obtained from upper parts of intestinal tract (insoluble fibre) becomes a nutrition beneficial to intestinal micro flora. These elements activate propagation; growth and lifespan of ordinary flora are prebiotics.

Fibrous and capillary structure of fibre makes it a natural sorbent. Fibre binds toxins, heavy metals, products of incomplete metabolism, fatty residues and cholesterol, helps its faster discharge from the organism.

Fructose

Fructose is a type of a natural sugar, present in all sweet fruits and berries (grapes, pears, apples, banana, sour cherries). Honey contains a lot of fructose: it composes half of its dry matter.

Fructose is absorbed through organ walls during food disintegration, but when entering the blood, it is absorbed quickly. Due to this rarity of metabolism, a human, who ingested fructose does not feel abrupt rise and subsequent drop of sugar levels in the blood as is the case with glucose and sucrose. Fructose ensures more balanced energy for the organism, taken as needed. Due to this fructose is recommended during adaptation to long-term tension. Fructose has another characteristic i.e. when changing from sucrose to fructose, occurrence of bad teeth drops by 30-40 %.

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