Adding innovation to an otherwise traditional category, Sam Mills offers healthy products specifically created for a modern lifestyle, representing the perfect solution for those who want healthy and balanced nutrition.
Discover the benefits of our products and explore the range of options according to your preferences.
According to EU and FDA rules, for a food to be labeled "gluten free" it should contain less than 20mg / kg (ppm) of gluten. In some countries, this gluten content drops to 5ppm or 3ppm.Discover Sam Mills gluten-free products.
We are committed to our mission to support our consumers' choices for a healthy lifestyle. That's why we fully respect the rules of organic farming in the development of our top range.
These rules apply to all areas of agricultural production and are based on a number of key principles such as:
- Prohibition of the use of genetically modified organisms (GMOs);
- Prohibition of the use of ionizing radiation;
- Limiting the use of artificial fertilizers, herbicides and pesticides.
For a product to be labeled as high in protein, it is necessary that at least 20% of the energy value of the food is provided by the protein.
Products labeled as high fibers contain at least 6g of fiber / 100g or at least 3g of fiber / 100 kcal.
Products labeled as having a high protein content must contain at least 15% of the recommended daily allowance for consumption per serving.
The glycemic index (IG) of a food is measured on a scale from 0 to 100 and is a criterion for the classification of carbohydrates, used to define the potential of a carbohydrate food to raise blood glucose levels. The advantage of eating food that has a low glycemic index is that the person's blood sugar will not grow as fast as it would for products with a high glycemic index. Carbohydrates that have a low glycemic index produce a steady increase in blood glucose, and the dietary fiber in these foods helps the consumer feel it had eaten enough, maintaining the feeling of satiety longer and being suited to diabetics. Foods with low glycemic index are considered to be those under 55 IG.
Carbohydrates, as do proteins and fats, provide energy so they help to fuel the body. Carbohydrate is broken down into glucose so when carbohydrates are consumed, an increase in blood sugar levels occurs to a greater or lesser extent according to the amount of carbohydrate. By reducing carbohydrate intake, you can help to reduce the rise in blood glucose levels after meals. A low-carb diet is generally used for losing weight. Some low-carb diets may have health benefits beyond weight loss, such as reducing risk factors associated with type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome.
A recommended diet for a weight loss diet involves a mix of calories per serving, low fat, cholesterol and sodium, and an optimal amount of fiber, vitamins, calcium and iron.
"1 ingredient" products contain only the ingredient listed on the pack, and have 100% pure flour recipe without added chemical additives.
VEGAN & VEGETARIAN FRIENDLY
Products recommended for vegetarians and vegans should not contain ingredients from the animal source. Vegan principles only accept ingredients from plant sources, including fish, dairy products, eggs and honey.
GMOs (genetically modified organisms) are new organisms created in a laboratory using genetic modification or engineering techniques. Scientists and consumer and environmental groups have identified many health and environmental hazards related to GMO-containing foods.
NO ADDITIVES & PRESERVATIVES
The product does not contain preservatives and synthetic food additives.
NO ADDED SUGAR
The products do not contain sugar or any added sweetener, natural or artificial.
Recommended for the low-salt diet of people with certain diseases, products with low salt content should not be more than 120mg sodium / 100g.
Products with a low fat content should have less than 3 grams of fat / 100g.
All Allergens Free
Products that are labeled ”all allergens free” do not contain the 14 most common allergens, such as wheat/gluten, dairy, peanuts, tree nuts, eggs, soybeans, fish or crustaceans, etc. - allergens that account for 90% of all food allergic reactions worldwide.
DIET & FITNESS
These products are the perfect choice for active people who move a lor, representing a rich source of protein and fiber needed for muscle development and maintaining a healthy and balanced lifestyle. At the same time, they are recommended for low-fat diets due to their low calorie and fat content and for the energy they provide for the body.