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( 18 Pack ) Belvita Breakfast Biscuits Duo Crunch Strawberry and Live Yogurt 60p 50.6g
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  • Belvita Breakfast Biscuits Duo Crunch Strawberry and Live Yogurt 60p 50.6g
  • - Contains Barley - Contains Oats - Contains Spelt - Contains Wheat - May Contain Eggs - Contains Milk - May Contain Nuts - Contains Rye - Contains Soya

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Product Details
Manufacturer: Belvita
Publisher: Belvita
SKU/MPN/Model: 194855
EAN Code(s): Unknown
UPC Code(s): Unknown

Belvita Breakfast Biscuits Duo Crunch Strawberry and Live Yogurt 60p 50.6g

Gently baked breakfast biscuits made with wholegrain cereals with a fruity strawberry centre surrounded by a creamy live yogurt filling.
Proven to slowly release carbohydrates for 4 hours.
Made with a blend of 5 wholegrains and a source of vitamins and minerals.
Suitable for vegetarians.
Energy for the whole morning!** 5 Wholegrains, Gently Baked Rich in Cereals, Source of Fibre, Source of Vitamin E and B1, Magnesium, Calcium and Iron, Made with wholegrain **belVita breakfast biscuits have a high content of slowly digestible starch, which is a slow release carbohydrate.
Consumption of foods high in slowly digestible starch raises blood glucose concentration less after a meal compared to foods low in slowly digestible starch.
4h slow release of carbohydrates* *belVita biscuits in a balanced breakfast regularly release carbohydrates over 4 hours.
And this is proven in several scientific studies with belVita breakfast biscuits.
2 belVita breakfast biscuits (for slow release carbohydrates) a plain dairy product (for your calcium intake) a fruit (for vitamins) a tea or a coffee (for your hydration) It will provide you 20%-25% of your daily needs as per nutrition recommendations.
Enjoy as part of a varied and balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.
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Contains Barley
Contains Oats
Contains Spelt
Contains Wheat
May Contain Eggs
Contains Milk
May Contain Nuts
Contains Rye
Contains Soya
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