T8 MANANA is a delicate low-carb dessert to maintain the LCHF nutrition style.
The energy value of T8 Manana is due to the fact that 36% of this dessert consists of dried coconut milk, which is the richest natural source of MCT oils. These oils are fatty acids with a medium-length molecular chain (MCT – from the English: Medium Chain Triglycerides). Such acids easily penetrate through the stomach wall into the blood, and from it are transferred to cells, where they quickly enter the mitochondria – the "power stations" of our body. The energy in the mitochondria is produced in the form of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) molecules. And the main raw material for this process is just the fatty acids of MCT oils.
In addition, the T8 Manana dessert includes chia seeds. This is an excellent natural source:
A special feature of chia seeds is a very high calcium content: 631 mg per 100 g of seeds. This is twice as much as in a glass of milk.
Dessert T8 Manana has two different berry flavors: dried strawberries or wild blackberries. Sweetness is given to it by the sweetener erythritol, which has almost zero calories, and the consistency is the algal polysaccharide carrageenan, which is a plant alternative to gelatin.
How to use T8 Manana?
To prepare a delicious dessert, add water at room temperature to the mixture. The amount of water depends on what kind of consistency of the product you want to get. First, pour half of the prepared water into the mixture and mix it. After a while, add the remaining water. The dessert is ready to eat.
|“Pudding” (hard product)||50-60|
T8 Manana with fleshy strawberry
Composition: coconut powder, chia seeds, dehydrated crushed strawberries, 26% milk powder, carageenan, sucralose.
T8 Manana with astringent blackberry
Composition: coconut powder, chia seeds, dehydrated crushed blackberries, 26% milk powder, carageenan, sucralose.
Shelf life: 12 months
Gross weight: 130 g.
Weight of 1 serving: 26 g.
The number of servings in the T8 MANANA box: 5.
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