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Loch Duart salmon, pickled daikon, spring onions, miso dressing, douchi dust


422 kcal   -   1757kj   -   23g protein   -   14g carbs (of which 10g sugars)   -   31g fat (of which 5g saturates)   -   2g fibre   -   2g salt

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High protein - Low Sugar - Low Saturated Fat


Salmon, Cucumber, Daikon, Spring Onion, Bean Sprouts (soya), Sesame Seeds, Honey, Vinegar, Himalayan Pink Salt, Olive Oil, Fish Sauce (anchovies, salt), Garlic, Red Miso, Tamari, Fermented Black Beans (soya beans, salt, ginger), Cinnamon, Star Anise


Micronutrients (% RDA)

  • 155% Vitamin B12
  • 82% Vitamin D
  • 49% Vitamin K1
  • 48% Vitamin B3
  • 45% Vitamin B1
  • 42% Phosphorus

Health Benefits

  • Digestion
  • Immunity
  • Muscle Function
  • Calcium Regulation
  • Blood Health
  • Psychological Function

Health Benefits sources:

Digestion - High in chloride, which contributes to normal digestion by production of hydrochloric acid in the stomach.

Immunity - High in vitamin B9, vitamin B12, vitamin C and vitamin D, and source of iron, selenium, coper and vitamin B6, which contribute to the normal function of the immune system.

Muscle function - High in protein, which contributes to growth in muscle and the maintenance of muscle mass. High in vitamin D and potassium, and source of magnesium, which contribute to the maintenance of normal muscle function.

Calcium regulation - High in vitamin D, which contributes to normal blood calcium levels and normal absorption and utilisation of calcium and phosphorus.

Blood Health - High in vitamin B9 and vitamin B12, and source of vitamin B6, which contribute to normal red blood cell formation.  Source of iron, which contributes to normal formation of red blood cells and haemoglobin. High in Vitamin K, which contributes to normal blood clotting.  High in potassium, which contributes to the maintenance of normal blood pressure

Psychological function -High in vitamin B1, vitamin B3, vitamin B9, vitamin B12 and vitamin C, and source of magnesium and vitamin B6, which contribute to normal psychological function.

(Verified in accordance with the EU Register of Nutrition & Health Claims)