Why the Lupine?
Lupine is a legume very rich in protein and other beneficial substances, it contains approximately 37% of them.
The composition of these proteins is excellent, especially in the content of deficient amino acids, especially lysine, arginine, isoleucine and others. It
contains only about 10% fat.
Lupine fat contains more biologically active substances. Lupine contains up to 13% dietary fiber and is by far the highest compared to other legumes..
Lupine contains almost no carbohydrates, sugars or starch. Another important substance is lecithin, which is an important natural emulsifier. It is the emulsifying properties of lupine that can partially replace egg yolks. Contains carotenoids and naturally flour yellow. Lupine does not contain gluten, so it is suitable for gluten-free products.