my ONE, a unique line of products with ewe-goat milk whey protein from Greece

Our product line was developed in collaboration with Eatwalk, an R&D company specialized in Functional Food & Bioassays of Metabolic Homeostasis. The products are the result of years of research and clinical studies and combine the benefits of bio-functional food with unique features. Our goal is the research, development and marketing of biological and functional products, as defined by the European Regulation, i.e. foods or foodstuff or food ingredients, which contain enhanced macro- or micro-nutrients, or a combination of both.

Unique ingredients and documented effects

Ewe-goat milk whey protein

The main ingredient of “myONE” functional snacks is WHEYPRO (ewe-goat milk whey protein), a product derived from ewe-goat milk obtained from cheese production in Greek traditional farms. Recent studies revealed both the nutritional and the added value for health improvement of this raw material, with respect to human metabolism.
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Resistant starch

Resistant starch contains the same calories as digestible starch, namely about 4 calories/g, but it cannot be absorbed. It has a low viscosity and is a highly fermentable dietary fiber which is resistant in both humans and animals. Starch consists of amylose and amylopectin, which affect the quality of the texture of processed foods.
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