- Cocoa fiber is cocoa husks cryogenically ground into a very fine powder. They have a rich, chocolatey flavor, which makes them attractive for use in a variety of food products.
- In bakery production, cocoa fiber can be added to sweet baked goods such as cookies and cakes to give them a subtle chocolate flavor and aroma. They are also a valued addition to cereals and granola to improve the overall flavor profile and add a touch of chocolate essence. It is also perfect for shakes and ice cream.
- Cocoa shells contain as much as 80% dietary fiber and are a rich source of polyphenols and antioxidants. Consuming them in the form of supplements or tea is a tasty way to support your weight loss treatment. It can be used in any diet, including the Ketogenic, LCHF, Paleo diet, and complements vegetarian and vegan diets.
- Cocoa fiber is one of the strongest natural sugar blockers (slows down the absorption of sugar into the bloodstream), improves intestinal peristalsis and eliminates the feeling of hunger and appetite. It is especially convenient to use.
- Mix 1 teaspoon (approx. 3-3.5 g) with 150 ml of water or juice. Water can be replaced with yogurt or fruit smoothie. This drink should be drunk abundantly. You should not exceed 2 doses of fiber per day.