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Help to create Fribol products

Help create FRIBOL products


We would really like to hear your views.


Maybe you’re dreaming right now of a really good flavour that you would like to share with us, or perhaps you’ve long had a particular sugar-free product in mind for which there’s a gap in the market.





- In return we promise to take a look at the possibilities of turning some of the suggestions into reality. 

Healthy lifestyle

Some people are keen to adopt a healthier lifestyle. We are helping with good advice and links.


Health and wellness

Your body loves fibre - and you should too.





Getting enough fibre every day can do wonders for your body. You may not know it, but dietary fibre can help to:



Support weight loss, by making you feel fuller for longer.


Keep you "regular" and help prevent certain digestive problems.



Maintain a lower level of “bad" cholesterol in the blood.



Manage your blood sugar by reducing the uptake of carbohydrates.



Reduce the risk of certain health-related conditions including heart disease.





Did you know that Fribol consists of 80% fibre?



Glycaemic index




The glycaemic index is an expression of the amount by which the blood sugar increases when you have eaten a particular amount of a foodstuff.


Glucose or white bread is often used as reference, with an index value of 100.


An apple, for example, has a glycaemic index (GI) of 38. That means that an apple produces a blood sugar response equal to 38% of the increase the same amount of glucose would produce.


The gist of the glycaemic index theory is that you should primarily choose products with a low GI. A number of studies indicate that the blood sugar increase is more stable when a substantial proportion of the carbohydrates has a low GI.



​For more information

Rules for a healthy lifestyle

Click on the short film and see how.





We all know life is full of temptations, otherwise it would be easy to adopt a healthy lifestyle.

We’ll try to give you 4 basic rules for a healthy lifestyle here. 



Click on the short film and see how.




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