What Is Australian Sweet Lupin?

What is Australian Sweet Lupin

Gluten-Free, High Protein Vegan Diet A growing number of people nowadays are becoming more cognizant of the importance of eating healthy. Many are beginning to understand that finding healthier food options is the key to preventing diseases, increasing our natural immunity and living a long and happy life. Some of these healthy foods include lentils,[Readmore..]

What is Lupin Flour?

What is Lupin Flour Australia

If you are on a low-carb diet, you’ve probably heard of almond and coconut flours. But, have you heard of Australian Sweet Lupin (ASL) flour –  or Lupinus Angustifolius – they have a stunning white flower? ASL flour is a legume flour that is rapidly increasing in popularity among vegans, coeliacs, and keto dieters. It’s made[Readmore..]

The Quest for Sustainability

What does it mean to be sustainable? Sustainability means different things to different people. To The Lupin Co, sustainability means leaving the earth in a better condition than we found it. It means that we work hard to find ways to improve our business without causing damage to the environment – our air, land and[Readmore..]

The Lupin Co – Dietary Fibre – Technical outline

Up until the latter 1970s, dietary fibres where classified as carbohydrate only because of the methods of analysis used, but since then the distinction has been made and the importance of Dietary Fibre appreciated. The definition The Lupin Co uses for Dietary Fibre and Digestible Carbohydrates are those contained in the regulations of Food Standards[Readmore..]

Managing A Healthy Weight As Well As Type 2 Diabetes

Maintaining a healthy weight is a challenge for many of us in the western world. Over the last couple of decades obesity has become a problem in many developing countries as the populations increase their wealth and adopt a Western style diet. A typical western diet with a large component of sugary drinks and high[Readmore..]

Lupin is an allergen. Really?!

Lupins have been consumed by humans for thousands of years, particularly in Southern Mediterranean countries and in the Andes. Did you know that the Roman Legions marched on their long journeys with soaked Lupin beans in a leather pouch hanging from their belt? What a great source of handy vital protein to sustain them over[Readmore..]