Experts say that
Amino acids make up about 20 per cent of our body.
They are the second largest component of the body, just after water. The body of a person weighing 50 kg has about 10 kg of amino acids in its composition.
Our muscles, hair, nails and skin, as well as our blood, hormones and our immune system are made up of proteins, which is why our body needs them so much.
Did you know that…
Iguana beer is an excellent source of dietary fibre, which is a dietary component that has health benefits and prevents many diseases.
- It supports intestinal peristalsis (facilitates the movement of food) and promotes the development of beneficial intestinal microflora.
- Reduces feelings of hunger, which promotes weight loss.
- Dietary fibre reduces the absorption of cholesterol.
- Dietary fibre reduces the feeling of hunger, and lowers blood glucose levels, which protects or helps the body in diabetes.
The prebiotics in Iguana beer stimulate the development of normal intestinal flora and encourage the growth of probiotic bacteria. These are undigested (resistant to digestive enzymes in the digestive system) components of our daily diet. They are fermented in the human digestive tract by the action of the intestinal microflora. A number of studies show the potential impact of prebiotic intake on calcium and other mineral absorption, immune system efficiency, gut pH, reduced risk of colorectal cancer, inflammatory bowel disease, hypertension and improved sleep quality.
The amino acids and fibre contained in Iguana beer are an indispensable part of the daily diet of active people, which is why they are often recommended by specialists as having a positive effect on:
- regeneration after exercise
- maintaining a slim figure
Iguana beer also contains white mulberry which is credited with having a significant effect on metabolism in humans.
What makes us
The V-label is the symbol of the Viva Foundation with which vegan products are labelled. In order for such a label to appear on a product, it must meet certain requirements. The product must not contain any ingredients of animal or zoonotic origin (this applies to raw materials, production process and final product). The product must not be tested on animals. The product is free from plant ingredients that are derived from genetically modified crops. Foods and beverages with the “Vegan” label must be prepared separately from non-vegan foods – surfaces and equipment must be thoroughly washed before use in cooking vegan foods.
20 amino acids formula
A special technology for brewing beer and extracting free amino acids from brewer’s yeast, which is a globally unique patent of Iguana beer producer DRINK ID. Thanks to this technology, it was possible to extract the full set of 20 essential and non-essential amino acids in the non-alcoholic beer.
The European Union organic production logotype, a combination of two symbols: the European flag and a leaf, which symbolises nature and the idea of sustainability. The EU organic production logotype makes it easier for consumers to recognise organic products and helps farmers to market them throughout the EU. The logotype can be important for those wishing to consume organic produce that is free of pesticides and environmental pollutants and produced in a sustainable way that respects the environment.
Nutri-Score is a food labelling system based on a scientific method for assessing the nutritional value of products. It supports making informed nutritional choices. The five-colour nutrition label, simplifies the system for assessing the overall nutritional value of a food product. It makes it easier for the consumer to make healthy food choices and compose a healthy diet. The letter A on a dark green background indicates the healthiest products and the letter E on a red background indicates the least healthy products. A healthy diet should consist as much as possible of the products marked with green letters A and B, and have as little as possible of the products marked with orange letter D and red letter E.
BCAAs are a group of 3 essential amino acids (supplied with food) that have a branched-chain structure. They include leucine, isoleucine and valine. They are very important for the body, as it is unable to produce them on its own. An important feature of branched-chain amino acids is that their greatest accumulation in the body is in muscle tissue. Branched-chain amino acids are therefore important for physically active people as they delay fatigue and speed up recovery after training.
PL-EKO Organic Farming
The organic food label lists the information applicable to all food products, such as the name of the product, the name and address of the producer, the date of production, the shelf life, etc. In addition, the label includes the authorisation number given to the certification body by the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development and the EU organic farming logo. A product bearing this symbol is a product prepared from safe ingredients, the origin of which is known. Such labelling can be important for consumers who want to support Polish agriculture and also want to know where the product they consume comes from.
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