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protein cocktail FOHT-DIET has a unique composition ideally supplementing the dietary structure for enrichment of the body with the elements essential for healthy and full life with the minimum number of calories and the proper proteins, fat and carbohydrate balance. The basis of a protein cocktail is formed of serum protein having a rich amino-acid composition and giving the opportunity to provide the body with valuable nutrients as fast as possible.
A perfect formula with the vitamin mineral complex is excellently suitable for supplemental nutrition both during weight losing and for maintenance of the muscle mass. The cocktail will be a splendid alternative to 1 or 2 meals, which is the most valuable for the people, who wish to get rid of excess weight. Fast and complete digestion of serum protein FOHT-DIET will be ideally suitable for the people who wish for appropriate diet and for those who wish to get rid of excess kilograms and be fit. Only a few minutes, and useful, tasty cocktail with the minimum calories will be ready for drinking.
Composition for single serve (20 g): serum protein (8 g), powdered skim milk (6.89 g), soya protein (4 g), xanthan gum, powdered coconut milk (0.2 g), food flavouring agent (apple and dairy cream), Vitamin E (Tocopherol) (6.042 mg), Thiamin (Vitamin B1) (0.36 mg), Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) (0.526 mg), Pyridoxine (Vitamin B6) (0.49 mg), Niacinamide (Vitamin B3) (3.95 mg), Folic acid (0.12 mg), Pantothenic acid (2.38 mg), Vitamin C (12.5 mg), Biotin (31.56 µg), Vitamin B12 (0.47 µg), Vitamin A (17.77 µg), Vitamin D3 (0.035 µg), Beta-carotene (3.78 µg), Vitamin K (2.15 µg), Vitamin B4 (8.1 mg), Calcium (62.78 mg), Iron (0.034 mg), Magnesium (5.88 mg), Phosphor (53.66 mg), Potassium (92 mg), Sodium (25.58 mg), Zinc (0.23 mg), Copper (6.9 µg), Selenium (1.12 µg), Manganese (1.8 µg), sweetening agent, and citric acid.
to mix 20 g (2 tablespoons) with 200 ml of water or skim milk. To replace 1 – 2 meals or quick meals. Calorific value of a single serve (20 g) in water – 70 kilocalories, in 1.5 % fat milk – 160 kilocalories. Nutritional (feeding) value per 10 g of products Proteins - 12 g, Fats - 1 g, Carbohydrates - 5 g
24 months, at a temperature between +5°С and +25°C
Serum protein — is a high-quality protein containing all essential amino acids. Its nutritional value is very high. It is quickly digested and absorbed from the intestine. These properties make it one of the best dietetic sources of protein and useful supplement to a low-calorie diet. The intake of serum protein ensures the decrease of appetite, increase of metabolism, maintenance of muscle mass with the elimination of fatty deposits. Serum protein has a positive effect on the health: it reduces arterial blood pressure, lowers the blood sugar concentration, and reduces symptoms of stress and depression. Besides, it protects against cancer, strengthens the immunity, and increases the mineral density of the bone tissue.
Soya protein — contains amino acids being an important building material for muscle tissue. Soya protein is ingested easily and practically in full, reduces blood cholesterol level and retains calcium in bones, reduces risk of incidence of cardiovascular diseases, alleviates hunger, prevents overeating, and fits of bad mood.
Powdered milk — contains many mineral substances having a favourable effect on the body. Calcium strengthens bone tissue. Potassium has a favourable effect on the functions of the cardiovascular system. Vitamin A improves the visual acuity and the skin health. The presence of vitamin D exerts the antirachitic effect. Holin helps to normalize blood cholesterol level. Thanks to chlorine, it is possible to get rid of edemas and clean the body.
Coconut milk — is a low-calorie product, which is recommended in the presence of avitaminosis, loss of strength, and chronic fatigue. Drinking of coconut milk decreases the development of some vascular and cardiac diseases. This product is recommended for people suffering from depression and nervous diseases. Coconut milk is useful in the presence of urological disorders; its drinking has a positive effect on the brain functions. It is a good cleaning agent.
Vitamin E — is a powerful antioxidant. The main active substance of vitamin E is tocopherol. It removes toxins and other harmful substances from the body preventing carcinogenesis. It influences on the function of the female reproductive system being involved in the formation of muscle tissue.
Thiamin (Vitamin B1) — normalizes the activities of digestive, cardiovascular, and nervous systems. It stimulates cerebral activity and hematogenesis influencing on the blood circulation at that. This vitamin is essential for athletes and the people engaged in heavy physical labour.
Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) — is essential for normal breakdown of fats, proteins and carbohydrates. It transforms fats and carbohydrates into energy. Riboflavin is called the “beauty vitamin” because the beauty, youthful look, elasticity, and resilience of skin depend on its presence.
Pyridoxine (Vitamin B6) — which basic function is to ensure the exchange of amino acids, being designed for protein building. Vitamin B6 is used for treatment of atherosclerosis and diabetes mellitus. Besides, pyridoxine removes excess fluid being helpful for the reduction of blood pressure. It fights against depressions increasing the production of serotonin and norepinephrine (antidepressants).
Niacinamide (Vitamin B3) — is used for treatment and prevention of avitaminoses. It stimulates the processes of regeneration, the microcirculation of the blood and cellular renewal. It acts as a protective barrier against the ultraviolet solar radiation. Niacinamide intensifies the protective functions, removes edema, and normalizes fluid balance.
Folic acid (Vitamin B9) — influences on the division of cells, growth and development of tissues, improves the function of immune system, and maintains the cardiovascular system. Folic acid has a favourable effect on the function of hematologic system and leukocyte functionality. It stabilizes emotional setting in the postnatal period and soothes menopausal disorders.
Pantothenic acid (Vitamin B5) — speeds up regeneration and slows the cellular senescence, prevents greying, and reduces skin laxity. Pantothenic acid (B5) exerts influence on the weight being helpful for keeping a figure slim.
Vitamin C — is an antioxidant, which activates the barrier function of the body. It reduces the amount of free radicals injuring healthy cells. Vitamin C resists chronic diseases and cold. Ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) improves heart health, strengthens the blood vessel walls, and reduces the blood cholesterol level. Vitamin C is involved in collagen synthesis slowing down skin ageing and maintaining its tone.
Biotin — is one of the most important participants of the carbohydrate metabolism. It is biotin, which sets in glucose processing while coming into contact with insulin. Biotin is also involved in protein metabolism being helpful for the digestion of proteins. Along with other B vitamins, biotin improves the function of the nervous system in the body. Biotin (vitamin H) is involved in the breakdown of lipids and promotes fat burning in the body at that. Vitamin H is classified among the “beauty vitamins” being responsible for delivery of sulfur atoms to the structure of hair, skin, and nails ensuring a healthy appearance.
Vitamin B12 — normalizes hematogenesis, influences on the lipid metabolism in the liver, optimizes the state of nervous system, metabolic processes in the body, and reduces blood cholesterol level. Vitamin B12 is involved in the synthesis of DNA molecules, amino acids, and influences on the processing of fats and carbohydrates.
Vitamin A — promotes normal metabolism, plays an important part in the formation of bones and teeth, is essential for growth of the new cells, and slows down the ageing process. It assures normal activity of the visual analyzer being involved in the synthesis of retinal visual pigment and light perception by the eye.
Beta-carotene — is the strongest antioxidant slowing down the development of cataract, glaucoma and being responsible for retinal health making it possible to have good sight at the elderly age. It is essential in the presence of gastric diseases and the diseases of the genitourinary system. Beta-carotene strengthens immunity.
Vitamin D3 — has a favourable effect on the state of immunity, heart, and vessels, increases bone density, improves their structure as well as the cellular function. It plays an important part in the functions of the majority of human organs and system, and also influences on the signal chemical compounds ensuring the function of immunity.
Vitamin K — is essential as an agent improving blood coagulation. It plays an important part in the formation and restoration of bones. It promotes the prevention of osteoporosis and is involved in the regulation of oxidation-reduction processes in the body.
Vitamin B4 — decreases the amount of blood cholesterol, thus having the antiatherosclerotic effect. It regulates metabolic processes and improves the intestinal activity.
Calcium — is essential for normal formation of bones, hair, nails, teeth, and tooth enamel; it influences on the levels of glucose and insulin, relieves the manifestations of the anxious premenstrual syndrome.
Iron — is a trace element, which is responsible for oxygen transport in the blood and muscles; it is involved in the formation of erythrocytes and the release of energy from the cells. The normal level of iron in the body ensures healthy skin covers, prevents from fatigue, drowsiness, stresses, and depressions.
Magnesium — is essential for complete energy production, glucose absorption, protein synthesis, neurotransmission, and building of skin tissue. Magnesium reduces the irritability of nervous system being an anti-inflammatory and anti-allergic element; it helps to protect the body against infections, plays a part in the processes of blood coagulation and regulation of the function of the internal organs. Magnesium is responsible for stable function of the cardiac muscle and the blood circulatory system.
Phosphor — ensures the normal growth of bone tissues of the body, maintains them healthy being involved in the protein synthesis. Phosphor plays an important part in lipid, protein, and carbohydrate metabolism.
Potassium — regulates water balance in the body and normalizes cardiac rhythm. It promotes better brain activity improving its oxygen supply. Potassium exerts positive influence in the presence of many allergic states. Potassium is essential for the contraction of the skeletal muscles. Potassium regulates content of the salts, alkalis, and acids in the body thus promoting the reduction of edema.
Sodium — is essential for normal growth and state of the body, it normalizes water-salt metabolism, it is involved in the production of gastric juice and exerts the vasodilatory effect.
Zinc — is an indispensable mineral. It regulates the functions of the nervous system, improves mood, memory and attention. It exerts a powerful effect on the immune system. Zinc normalizes the digestion process (synthesizes a series of digestive enzymes) and the blood sugar level. It is essential for radiant skin as well as for good growth of hair and nails.
Selenium — is a trace element, which defends the immune system increasing the resistance of body to viruses and bacteria. It prevents formation of free radicals, controls the life and activity of each cell. It is involved in the synthesis of coenzyme Q10 ensuring the youth of the heart, vessels, joints, and vertebral column. It improves the health of the skin, hair, and nails. It is essential for normalization of the activity of the thyroid hormones. Selenium increases motion activity, remedies headaches, dizziness, improves sleep quality and moods.
Copper — is a trace element, which is involved in the formation of erythrocytes and hemoglobin being the main components of blood and making the blood vessels more elastic and strong. Copper is an important antioxidant in the composition of enzymes thanks to which it influences on the production of collagen, melanin, and histamine, and fights against free radicals at that. It is involved in the production of energy at the expense of processing of proteins, fats, and carbohydrates being absorbed into the body with food. It ensures proper function of the glands being involved in the process of digestion.
Manganese — takes part in the function of the pancreas and cholesterol synthesis, influences on lipid metabolism, prevents deposit of fat in the liver, reduces activity of the “bad” cholesterol and slows the growth of cholesterol plaques.
Food flavouring agent — improves the odour of ready-to-eat product.
Sweetening agent — imparts sweetness to ready-to-eat product.
Xanthan gum — is a natural polysaccharide. It helps to maintain the uniform consistency of ready-to-eat product.
Citric acid — is involved in cleaning the body of excess salts, harmful toxins, and waste. It has a positive effect on the digestive system and burns carbohydrates.