What does EatWell mean?

Eating the right amount of nutrients that gives us good physical and mental health while increasing our energy levels. These nutrients include fibre, protein, carbohydrates, fat, water, vitamins and minerals. Foods high in fibre are necessary in stimulating good bacteria for a healthy gut. 

Building a healthy gut contributes to a strong immune system as it plays a vital role in our overall health. With good bacteria in the body it will not only improve digestion, but also our overall wellbeing.

Balancing the Good and Bad Bacteria

You will often lose good bacteria after you take antibiotics so it’s important to replace it with probiotics. This will balance your good and bad bacteria to keep your body working the way it should.

 

Prebiotics is a food source for probiotics. This will help our bodies boost the growth of helpful bacteria in our gut.

Introducing … EatWell Probiotics Dried Fruits.

Having a fruit a day keeps the good bacteria in your gut alive. It is also an easy and convenient way to enjoy your fruit and get healthy at the same time!

All our dried fruits are hand sliced and then gently dried in a hot air oven without colouring and flavouring for a perfect chewy texture.

It is enhanced with Inulin - prebiotics, which cleanses your system and also added a heat killed bacteria (Lactobacillus Paracasei MCC1849) by Morinaga Japan to stimulate body immune function.

Good bite size –
dried mango Dice

Dried Mango

Made from fresh Thai mango that has been ripened to perfection. This on the go snack has been sliced, diced, oven dried with 3 healthy digestive ingredients. 

Key Ingredients
Mango - freshly dried mango from northeast and east of Thailand. The species of our mango is called ‘Kaew’, in Thai which means Glass. This species of mango has a good aroma and features a yellow or gold flesh with a well-balanced sweet and sour taste. When eaten raw, it has a good crispy texture and can be used in Thai salads, dips etc. 

Nutrition Information chart
Per Serving Size: 50g
Energy 163kcal • Protein 0.5g • Total Fat 0.4g • Saturated Fat 0.1g • Trans Fat 0g • Total Carbohydrate 43.1g • Dietary Fibre 1.3g • Sugars 25.0g • Sodium 0.2mg

Dried Mango Flavor

Ingredients:
Dried Mango, Lactobacillus Praracasei (Heat killed probiotics), Inulin (Prebiotics)

Eat 50g, give you 2 billion probiotic CFUs

Good bite size –
dried Cranberries

Dried Cranberries Flavor

Made from Californian dried Cranberries that are reduced in sugar. This on the go snack contains 3 healthy digestive ingredients.

Key Ingredients
Cranberries used in this pack are from California. These super fruits are packed with antioxidant polyphenols. It has essential vitamins, minerals and dietary fibre. 

Nutrition Information chart
Per Serving Size: 50g
Energy 169kcal • Protein 0.1g • Total Fat 0.5g • Saturated Fat 0.1g • Trans Fat 0g • Total Carbohydrate 41.1g • Dietary Fibre 13.0g • Sugars 21.6g • Sodium 0mg

Dried Cranberries Flavor

Ingredients:
Dried Cranberries, Lactobacillus Praracasei (Heat killed probiotics), Inulin (Prebiotics)

Eat 50g, give you 2 billion probiotic CFUs

Good bite size –
Dried pineapple chunks

Made from fresh Thai Pineapple with an exotically delicious flavour. This on the go snack contains 3 healthy digestive ingredients.

Key Ingredients
Freshly dried pineapple from the southern coast of Thailand. Our pineapple is of the Smooth Cayenne species which is grown on fertile, sandy loam soil with neutral to mildly acid pH levels. Smooth Cayenne pineapples are yellow or pale yellow in colour and has a juicy, firm texture with great flavour and fragrance. 

Nutrition Information chart
Per Serving Size: 50g
Energy 157kcal • Protein 0.4g • Total Fat 0.2g • Saturated Fat 0.1g • Trans Fat 0g • Total Carbohydrate 42.4g • Dietary Fiber 2.3g • Sugars 23.4g • Sodium 0.1mg

Dried Pineapple Flavor

Ingredients:
Dried Pineapple, Lactobacillus Praracasei (Heat killed probiotics), Inulin (Prebiotics)

Eat 50g, give you 2 billion probiotic CFUs

Inulin – Prebiotic

Promotes digestive health by enriching the fibre content of food. Moreover, it has a prebiotic effect, stimulating the production of beneficial bacteria in the colon. Because inulin has a low caloric value and promotes satiety, it can make a significant contribution to weight management. It even stimulates calcium absorption, resulting in improved bone health.

‘Good Bacteria’- Lactobacillus Paracasei

Is an immunogenic ingredient made from Lactobacillus paracasei MCC1849 that has been rendered non-viable by heat treatment. The probiotics is widely recognized in Japan for its ability to enhance immunity, is one such ingredient. Unlike live cultures, this strain of probiotics is rendered non-viable by heat treatment. Yet it still induces the production of a cytokine which activates and stimulates immune function in your body.

FAQ

What is Inulin (Prebiotic)?

Inulin is an indigestible carbohydrate, a polysaccharide made of 20 to several thousands fructose molecules with a glucose molecule on the end. Inulin belongs to fructans. It is a soluble fibre.

How does Inulin work in our body?

Inulin is not digested or absorbed in the stomach. It goes to the bowels where bacteria are able to use it to grow. It supports the growth of a special kind of bacteria that are associated with improving bowel function and general health. Inulin decreases the body's ability to make certain kinds of fats. Inulin also adds bulk to your stool and increases the frequency of your bowel movements. You may have more bowel movements, but inulin slows overall digestion. This enables your body to better absorb nutrients from the food you eat.

Is there any side effects taking Inulin?

Very rarely – The different forms of inulin have been studied extensively, and appear to be safe for most people when consumed in small doses. People with a food allergy or FODMAP intolerance should avoid it. If you take more than a small amount, then you're likely to experience some side effects in the beginning. The most common side effects are: Flatulence (gas), Bolating, Abdominal discomfort, Loose stools and diarrhea.

What is the Lactobacillus Paracasei (Probiotic)?

It is an elite lactic acid bacteriua with excellent immune activity selected from among the several thousand strains of lactic acid bacteria. The strain greatly surpasses the other lactic acid bacteria in immune activity. It is a lactic acid bacterium recommended by Morinaga Milk Industry Co., Ltd ., Japan’s pioneer in research into bifidobacteria and lactic acid bacteria.

How does probiotics work in our body?

The probiotics acts on the immunocytes in the small intestine to produce immunologically active proteins (IL-12). The probiotics stimulates antibody production promoter cells to produce antibodies that can be compared to the “key to immunity” for protecting the body against invading enemies.