SPICY CHICKEN PHO
SPICY CHICKEN PHO
Free-range chicken, spicy chicken bone broth, buckwheat noodles, ponzu shot
GF & DF
294 kcal - 1197kj - 39g protein - 29g carbs (of which 5g sugars) - 3g fat (of which 0g saturates) - 2g fibre - 1g salt
High protein - Fat Free - Saturated Fat-Free - Low Sugar - Low Salt
Chicken, Noodles (organic buckwheat flour, organic sweet potato), Green Beans, Bean Sprouts (soya), Fish Sauce (anchovies, salt), Chillies, Coriander, Ginger, Lemongrass, Carrots, Celery, Onions, Chicken Stock, Lemon Juice, Vinegar, Tamari
Allergens: FISH, CELERY, SOYA
Micronutrients (% RDA)
- 82% Vitamin B3
- 51% Vitamin B6
- 44% Phosphorus
- 34% Potassium
- 31% Vitamin B9
- 30% Vitamin A
- Reduction of Fatigue
- Skin Health
- Nerve Function
- Psychological Function
- Hormone Regulation
Health Benefits sources:
Reduction of fatigue - High in vitamin B3, vitamin B6 and vitamin B9, and source of iron, magnesium, vitamin B2, vitamin B12 and vitamin C, which contribute to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.
Skin health - High in vitamin A and vitamin B3, and source of vitamin C and vitamin B2, which contribute to the maintenance of normal skin. Source of vitamin C, which contributes to normal collagen formation for the normal function of skin.
Nerve function - High in potassium, vitamin B3 and vitamin B6, and source of magnesium, vitamin B1, vitamin B2 and vitamin B12, which contribute to normal functioning of the nervous system.
Psychological function - High in vitamin B3, vitamin B6 and vitamin B9, and source of magnesium, vitamin B1, vitamin B12 and vitamin C, which contribute to normal psychological function.
Immunity - High in vitamin A, vitamin B6 and vitamin B9, and source of iron, selenium, vitamin B12 and vitamin C, which contribute to the normal function of the immune system.
Hormone regulation - High in vitamin B6, which contributes to the regulation of hormonal activity. Source of selenium, which contributes to normal thyroid function.
(Verified in accordance with the EU Register of Nutrition & Health Claims)