The numbers add up

They’re healthy delicious bright and versatile but there’s so much more to a Lupin flake than just good looks and great taste. Crunch the numbers!

Lupin Flakes









Text for Lupin Flakes
lupin flakes white flour quinoa chia chickpeas brown rice oats

Did you know that 85% of the world’s lupins are grown Down Under? While lupins have been grown in Australia for more than 150 years, it’s only recently that we got the bright idea that they are good for our health.

With a slightly nutty flavour, these tasty little legumes use minimal water to grow and help put nitrogen back into the ground. All of this reduces the need for fertilisers, making them great for Aussie farmers as well as for our bodies. Lupin legendary!

more protein

than quinoa

more dietary fibre

than oats

more antioxidants

than berries

more potassium

than bananas

more iron

than kale

Good for your body

Because these mighty yellow flakes are high in protein as well as fibre, TLC Lupin Flakes help you to feel fuller for longer. Clinical studies have shown that adding a handful of Lupin Flakes to a meal increases satiety (the feeling of fullness) and lowers the body’s total energy intake throughout the day. Brighten up your bowl with these healthy recipe ideas.

Lupinology Icon
Lupinology jogging

Managing blood sugars

Diabesity is a serious thing. It’s diabetes in the context of obesity and it’s the leading cause of chronic disease in the 21st century. Low carb foods like Lupin Flakes are great for glucose management, which can help to prevent nasties like diabesity, heart disease and high blood pressure.

Heart health

Good for your gut

The key to a healthy body and a healthy gut is prebiotics: the food that probiotics eat. Guess what’s packed with prebiotic fibre? TLC Lupin Flakes! Feed those probiotics and you can expect noticeable improvements in food intolerance, mood enhancement and energy, better insulin response and so much more.

Bibliography of clinical studies

Lupinology Lupin mix