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Low Carb Atta

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Try this ultra Low Carb Atta with NO Soya. It not only looks like regular atta, but puffs up just like the phulkas you love, and tastes exactly like ghar ki roti.
What’s more? With just 4 grams of net carbs, it makes for a healthy, guilt-free meal with all the familiar flavours and textures intact.
Product price is inclusive of a Rs. 55 shipping charge (for 100gms pack) and Rs.100 (for 1kg pack).

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The Product

Product name: Low Carb Atta
Package Contents: Low Carb Atta
Dimensions (cms): 13.5cms x 21cms x 1cms
Weight: 100gms/ 1kg
Ingredients: Seed mix (Flax, sunflower, Pumpkin, Melon), Whole wheat flour, Peanuts, Resistant Starch, Isolated wheat protein.

Try this ultra Low Carb Atta with NO Soya. And would you believe it if we told you that it looks like a regular Atta; puffs up like a regular phulka and tastes like a regular Roti? Don’t believe it? With just 4 grams of net carbs, it makes for a healthy, guilt-free meal with all the familiar flavours and textures intact.

Your Impact

India is the diabetes and heart attack capital of the world. Scientific research today concludes that all the above are primarily lifestyle-based diseases – in effect, they are caused due to our diet and habits. Latest research points to a diet high in Carbohydrates being a potential reason for these.

Indian food habits in particular, have an extremely high component of carbs, driven by Grains (Rice, Wheat, Lentils) and Sugar. A typical meal, even the thali, would have 80%+ carbs.

The only way to impact the health of millions is if Indians are given foods that they are used to eating, but low carb, healthier and just as tasty. Only then will they replace their existing foods and make this a habit. Eventually leading to a sustainable lifestyle and long term improvement in health.

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Dimensions 10.2 x 16.5 x 1 cm
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100gm, 1kg

Lo! Foods

By 2021, we aim to reduce the incidence of obesity, cardiac ailments and diabetes related diseases and deaths by 5 million.
India is the diabetes and heart attack capital of the world. Scientific research today concludes that all the above are primarily lifestyle-based diseases. In effect, they are caused due to our diet and lifestyle habits. Latest research points to a diet high in carbohydrates being a potential reason for these.

Indian food habits in particular, have an extremely high component of carbs, driven by grains (rice, wheat, lentils) and sugar. A typical meal, even the thali, would have 80%+ carbs.

We believe that the only way we can impact the health of millions, is if Indians are given foods that they are used to eating, but low on carbs, healthier and just as tasty. Only then will they replace their existing foods and make this a habit, eventually leading to a sustainable lifestyle and long term improvement in health.

The team at Lo! Foods endeavours to create a line of food products that will help make this transition to a low-carb diet for millions in India, seamlessly.

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