Irwin Valley - Lupin Flour (Gluten Free) - 1 KG

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  • Lupin Flour (Gluten Free)
  • Brand Name : Irwin Valley
  • Weight : 1 kg
  • Product of Australia
  • Package : Plastic Pouch
  • Storage : Store in a cool, dry place.


Lupin Flour.

Cooking Instructions:

Preparing meals with lupin is easy, delicious, and good for you!

No matter what type of cuisine you crave, you can easily incorporate lupin into your meals & snacks.

You can enjoy a healthier version of your favourite recipes, by replacing 20-25% of the required plain flour with Irwin Valley Lupin Flour. You can’t go wrong!

Lupin Flour can be used as an ingredient in a range of foods similar to how wheat flour is used, including most baked products and pastas. It can also be used as a ‘stir in’ additive to soups, casseroles, pancakes, scrambled eggs and even sprinkled on breakfast cereals, muesli and porridge. It is really nice when used to coat fish, chicken or patties.

Nutrition Information (Per 100g):

Energy (kJ) 1391
Protein (g) 39.08
Fat, total (g) 7.55
Saturated fat (g) 1.41
Polyunsaturated fat (g) 3.57
Monounsaturated fat (g) 2.52
Carbohydrate, total (g) 11.46
Dietary Fibre (g) 31.60
Sodium (mg) 29.88
Potassium (mg) 809.62

Irwin Valley Lupin Flour - a low carb, low fat, gluten free flour containing 32% dietary fibre and 40% protein.

Why Should I Buy This Product?

The type of lupin commonly grown in Australia comes originally from the Mediterranean region and produces seed in a pod similar to peas. Like peas, the lupin seed is quite high in protein and is suitable to be used in a range of foods.

Lupin Flour has many nutritional and health benefits that are not found in standard wheat flour. These include high levels of dietary fibre, low carbohydrate and sugar and it reduces appetite.

Most types of flour are made from cereal grains that contain high levels of starch and are relatively low in protein. Lupin Flour on the other hand does not have any starch content and is also gluten-free, which can be very beneficial for people who have a gluten intolerance.

Lupin Flour like peanuts and soybeans because Lupin seed, which the Lupin Flour is made from, belongs to the legume family as do peanuts and soya beans. A small number of people have an allergy to legumes with the effect varying depending on the species involved .

The Australian Sweet Lupin is high in protein (30% lupin seed, 40% lupin flour) like soybean but is significantly higher in dietary fibre (30%) and lower in oil (6%) and contains minimal starch. It therefore has a very low GI, which has significant implications for modern societies with an increasing incidence of obesity and associated risk of diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Lupins (Australian Sweet Lupin & L. albus) have the lowest GI of any commonly consumed grains.

Low GI foods are known to:

  • Reduce liver cholesterol synthesis
  • Decrease serum Apolipoprotein B levels
  • Decrease 24h urinary C-peptide output
  • Higher satiety rating, control appetite
  • Lower post-digestion glucose rise
  • Reduce daily mean insulin levels
  • Lower total and LDL cholesterol levels

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