No Sugar Original Porridge
One serving of a meal made in accordance with this recipe is low in FODMAPs and can assist with following the Monash University Low FODMAP diet™ read more
Reducing consumption of saturated fat contributes to the maintenance of normal blood cholesterol levels.
|serving instructions||add water|
|7 portions||46g (per portion)|
OATS (87%) (GLUTEN FREE), OATS (11%) (GLUTEN FREE), Chia Seeds (2%), Salt
For allergens please see ingredients in bold.
|Typical Values||per 100g||per 46g|
|of which saturates g||1.30||0.6|
|of which sugars g||0.00||0|
0% of RI
7.6% of RI
25.8% of RI
77.4% of RI
3.4% of RI
8.5% of RI
Sat Fat 0.6 g
3.1% of RI
RI = Reference Intake
Low Saturated Fat - Heart*
High in Fibre
Source of Potassium - Blood
High in Thiamin - Heart*, Brain**
Source of Vitamin B6 - Brain**,
Immunity, Energy, Blood
Source of Iron - Immunity, Brain𝄪, Blood
Source of Zinc - Immunity, Brain𝄪
Source of Copper - Immunity
High in Biotin - Brain**
Source of Folic Acid - Brain**, Energy, Immunity
High in Manganese - Bones
High in Phosphorus - Bones
High in Magnesium - Brain**, Bones, Energy
*normal cholesterol levels
**normal psychological function
Stir contents of pouch and add approximately 110ml or 46g of the mix to a heat proof container of choice. Add approximately 130ml of boiling water, stir, wait 3 minutes, stir again and enjoy! Please be careful with hot product or liquid. Once prepared, do not store or reheat.
Prepare at least 4 hours before consuming: Stir contents of pouch and add approximately 110ml or 46g of the mix to a container of choice, add approximately 90ml cold water and stir well. Cover and refrigerate overnight. Stir and enjoy in the morning. Once prepared keep refrigerated and consume within 24 hours.
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