Raab Vitalfood Bio Topinamburpower, 150g
Jerusalem artichoke is an old cult plant of the Indians and has been grown in Central Europe for about 300 years. The root bulb of the Jerusalem artichoke plant was considered an important food, especially in the 19th century. Due to its relationship with the sunflower, Jerusalem artichoke is also called "sun bulb". The pleasantly nutty -tasting Jerusalem artichoke tuber consists of approximately 40% inulin, a swellable, indigestible carbohydrate. Inulin is stored as a reserve fabric in a variety of plants. In contrast to strength, inulin consists of many fructose units that are made available to the plant as energy suppliers if necessary. Inulin: 50g per 100g; 6g per 12gsiehe consumption recommendation/used 2-3 teaspoons. For example, the powder can be constructed in dairy products and salad dressings or used for baked goods.100% Topinamburpower*
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