An enrichment powder that has a neutral flavor and combines with the food in a way that is hardly noticeable in the texture or flavor of the dish. Suitable for people who need extra protein and calories.
Main nutritional ingredients in Hadassa Lunch:
Egg Protein (biological value 100) – Contains all the amino acids the body needs, including the essential amino acids that the body cannot synthesize autonomously. In addition, the ratio between the amino acids in the egg protein enables maximal absorbtion and maximal utilization for building proteins. 1
Canola Oil – Contains a relatively large quantity of monounsaturated fat (omega 3) which assists in decreasing the cholesterol and the triglycerides in the blood, aids in lowering blood pressure, reduces oxidation of LDL cholesterol and thus helps to prevent atherosclerosis and heart diseases. 2,3
Soluble Nutritional Fibers – These fibers speed up bowel movements, increase the stool’s weight, release constipation and contribute to the proliferation of the natural flora in the large intestine. In addition, the fibers bind LDL cholesterol and also excess glucose in diabetics. 4,5
Hadassa Lunch traits:
• A serving of 4 measuring spoons of Hadassa Lunch powder provides 400 Kcal and approx. 10 g of protein.
• Neutral flavor.
• Lactose free • Low in sodium
• Marketed in 1 kg packages • Kosher Badatz • Parve
Blend well the Hadassa Lunch powder in the cooked food. The amount of powder varies according to the serving size, for example: a bowl of soup (250 ml): 2-3 measuring spoons of Hadassa Lunch. Cooked puree/rice (1 cup): 1-2 measuring spoons of Hadassa Lunch. In some foods the Hadassa Lunch can be blended in the cooking stage, for example in the batter of an omelet or in croquettes before frying them.
1) L.K. Mahan, S Escott-stump 2004. 11th ed. Krause’s Food, Nutrition and Diet therapy. Nutrition basics. p 62-68. Elsevier (USA)
2) L.K. Mahan, S Escott-stump 2004. 11th ed. Krause’s Food, Nutrition and Diet therapy. Appendix 46. p 1245. Elsevier (USA)
3) Hu FB et al. Types of dietary fat and risk of coronary heart disease: a critical review. J Am Coll Nutr. 2001; vol. 20; No. 1: 5-19
4) American Dietetic Association. Position of American Dietetic Association: Health implications of dietary fiber. J Am Diet Assoc 2002; 102:993-1000
5) S. Kolida, K. Tuohy and G. R Gibson. Prebiotic Effects of inulin and oligofructose. Brit J of Nutri 2002; 87 (2): s193-s197
1 serving size contains: 400 Kcal and approx. 10 g of protein
Nutritional values in Hadassa Lunch – Neutral flavored:
|Nutritional values||Per 100 g of powder||1 measuring spoon (22 gr)|
|of which saturated fat (g)||1.0|
Ingredients: Maltodextrin, refined canola oil, egg protein, modified starch, nutritional fibers.
Allergens: Contains eggs. May contain: milk, soy, gluten (wheat), sesame seeds.
The product comes with a measuring spoon.
One measuring spoon contains approx. 22 g of powder which has:
approx. 100 Kcal and approx. 2.5 g of protein.