Inca'cao Salted Caramel Pasta
This is a delicious soft, creamy high quality salted caramel paste, or: Beurre Salé.
- 10% Pure C 8 (Caprylic acid) from coconut: ketone production
- 10% collagen: one of the most important macronutrients
- 10% Ghee: rich in Vit A, D, E, K, omega 3, conjugated linoleic acid (CLA)
- Macadamia oil: rich in omega 7 (palmitoleic acid)
- Low glycemic index
- No glucose, no fructose
- This product is made with a fiber-based sugar substitute from our good Belgian friends Zusto
In this Inca'cao 'Caramel beurre salé' Salted Caramel spread you will find:
10% Caprylic acid derived from coconut: unlike long-chain fatty acids, MCTs bypass the gastrointestinal tract entirely and go straight to the liver for ketone production. They are also called 'the glucose of fats'.
10% collagen: after water, collagen is the most abundant nutrient in the body. It makes up 35% of the protein content of the whole body. After the age of 25 the production of our own collagen decreases, which is why exogenous collagen is so crucial for a long life. It is needed for bile production (33% glycine) to metabolize fat, and increases skin elasticity and repair. Your bones are made up of 60% minerals, but 90% of the protein matrix in your bones is collagen. Our diet lacks collagen because today we eat mostly muscle meat that is rich in the amino acid methionine and poor in glycine. To counteract methionine, glycine is needed. Collagen is rich in the amino acids of glycine, proline and hydroxyproline.
10% Ghee: rich in Vit A, D, E, K, omega 3, conjugated linoleic acid (CLA)
Macadamia oil: Omega 7 (palmitoleic acid) is a lipokine (king of fats), they determine what other fats in the body do (like omega 3), huge reduction in CRP (C-reactive protein), low LDL (low-density lipoprotein) protein, high HDL (high-density lipoprotein)
Low glycemic index: more than 50% of the population has low insulin resistance. Insulin is the most dominant hormone and is absolutely crucial to health. It is responsible for multiple functions, including glycolysis (glucose oxidation). Its counter hormone is glucagon which is responsible for lipolysis (fat oxidation). When insulin is high, glucagon is not appropriate for a healthy person. Both can be used as fuel.
Zusto: is a Belgian fiber-based sugar substitute with a low glycemic index.
"The problem with most sugar substitutes is that they can have a laxative effect and cause bloating. They're also not pleasant to work with. They don't crystallize, and when they do it's not at the right time (erythritol). They don't caramelize, and if they do, they become toxic (sweeteners) or evaporate (erythritol), they don't add texture, or the taste will be far from the delicious taste we know from sucrose. " says our pastry chef, Vincent Bulteel. Zusto brings them all together. Despite having a GI of 22 (glucose has a GI of 100!), it is limited for the first phase of keto adaptation because of 'The Cephalic Phase'. In addition, it is perfectly suitable during phase 2 (fat adapted) and phase 3 (flexible metabolism). We at Inca'cao have chosen to use only Zusto in our Caramel spread paste and have created a top quality product that is not taxing on your metabolism and still tastes great.
The cephalic phase of gastric secretion is mediated by the vagus nerve and occurs before food enters the stomach, especially when it is eaten. It is the result of seeing, smelling, thinking or tasting food (especially with sweet tastes and smells). The greater the appetite, the more intense the stimulation.
|Diet Type||Low Carb|
|Protein diet: usable in fase||1, 2, 3, 4, After the protein diet|
CARAMEL SPREAD PASTE WITH SUGGESTED FIBRES: Soluble fiber (polydextrose), soluble fiber from corn, inulin, sweetener: erythritol, isomalt, cream, caprylic acid (MCT coconut oil), collagen, ghee 10% (clarified butter), cocoa butter, glycerol, macadamia oil, vanilla sticks, sea salt 0.6%, emulsifier: lecithins (sunflower), sweetener : thaumatin (catemphatic fruit). Made in a company also processing cereals containing gluten, eggs, milk, peanuts, walnuts and sesame seeds. Excessive consumption may have a laxative effect.
On the basis of 100 g:
When you count your carbohydrates you normally subtract the polyols from the total number of carbohydrates.