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Knorr Cup-a-Soup Tomato Chatpata


  • 75
  • 18 gm(to prepare 1 bowl of soup (150 ml))
  • 1.4 km
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  • Know your Food- Sugar and its Aliases
    Some Food Products mask the amount of Added Sugar by using multiple forms of sugar and avoid displaying Sugar as one of the first ingredient. All Ingredient list are in descending order by their weight, so the position of sugar and its aliases can give an indication of the amount of 'Added Sugar'.

    Though the Nutrition Fact label on the food product gives you the Total Sugar, the regulation does not require the break up between natural and added sugar to be given. Thus, it is important to know the different sources of sugar that may be present in a food product to get an idea of added sugar. 

    At the same time it is important to understand that the body does not distinguish between natural and added sugar, so take note of the Total Sugar in the Nutritional Fact label.

    Read more about the many different sources of sugar which includes Dextrose, Invert Syrup, Maltodextrin, Honey...
  • Know your Ingredient - Edible Vegetable Fat“Edible Vegetable fats” in the ingredient list of a food product can be hydrogenated vegetable oil, bakery shortening, margarine, partially hydrogenated vegetable oils or Vanaspati (i.e. vegetable ghee). The keyword here is vegetable i.e. the fat is produced from a plant source not from animal source like milk.

    Commonly, edible vegetable oil is converted from its liquid to solid or semi-solid form through the hydrogenation. The edible vegetable fat produced in this manner may also contain some amount of Trans Fat, whose consumption should be restricted.

    However, some companies use edible vegetable fat produced from more advanced processing like fractionation thereby making it, trans fat free.
  • High in Sugar
    Sugar is a source of Instant Energy which if not used mainly by muscles, is stored as Fat.
    One of the immediate side effects of High Sugar diet is insulin surge and increase in fat deposits in the body. 

    Long term use of diets high in sugar are linked to increased risk for diabetes, obesity and contributes to cravings, mood swings, PMS, and a host of other conditions. Also, some studies suggest that its not FAT but sugar that is the cause for higher intake calorie and excess weight gain. Now no need to go to other extreme and drop sugar completely from your diet.

    So, it is better to limit the consuming products like these which are high in sugar or better still avoid them.
  • Highly Processed!
    Additives are added to the packaged foods for different reasons varying from increasing shelf life, to provide flavour and texture, increasing nutrition quality or required to manufacture some types of food. 

    One of the ways to determine the degree of Processing is the number of additives you find in the ingredient list. The higher the number of additives greater is the degree of processing. Additives can be identified by looking for ingredients that begin with 'E' and have a number in them. 

    It is generally recommended that food that is closer to nature is better hence it is better to choose food products with lesser number of additives.
  • Loaded with FAT
    Energy available from a food is based on Carbohydrate, Fat and Protein present in it. The ideal ratio of energy obtained from these components is 65% from Carbohydrates, 20% from Fat and 15% from protein. 

    More than 30% of energy available in this product is from FAT, which is 50% more than the ideal amount. Foods with High Fat are often loaded with Saturated Fat and Trans Fat both of which contribute to life style diseases including diabetes, obesity or Cardiovascular. 

    Again, one should not go on the other extreme of having low fat diet as some amount of fat is required for various bodily functions like storing of energy, absorption of fat soluble vitamins such Vitamin A, D, E and K, insulate us and protect vital organs besides synthesis of specific hormones and cell membrane formation.

    Thus, it is important to eat food which has each nutrient in the right quantity and limit food products that give too much of one nutrient.
  • Salt Shockers
    The product joins the line up of Salt Shockers.

    Salt is made up of 40% Sodium. Even for people who don't have high blood pressure, controlling sodium will significantly blunt the rise in blood pressure that occurs as we age. 

    Now, Don't go to other extreme and stop taking salt. Sodium is essential nutrient that controls Blood Pressure and is needed to make nerve and muscle to work properly. Not Too Much or Too Little Of Sodium, just have enough. Not more than 1 tsp in a day as added salt as sodium also comes from different raw ingredients.

Disclaimer:Product Analysis is based on general practices in the field of Nutrition. Please check with or consult a qualified and licensed medical professional for its suitability to you.