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Pringles Chips Cheese and Onions
Calories, kcal: 550 Protein, g: 4.1 Fat, g: 34.0 Carbohydrates, g: 50.0
Pringles Chips Cheese and Onions are not chips, but rather potato crisps, as they are composed of dehydrated potatoes, wheat starch and corn flour and the flavor of cheese and onions. Pringles chips are produced with various flavors: barbecue, smoked bacon, original, paprika, sour cream and onions, cheese and onions, cheese cheese (calorizer). Chips Pringles cheese and onions are produced in their original packaging, in the form of a tube, the weight of the product is 170 g.
Calorie Pringles Chips Cheese and Onions
The calorie content of Pringles cheese and onion chips is 550 kcal per 100 grams of product.
Composition of Pringles Cheese and Onion Chips
Ingredients: dehydrated potatoes, vegetable fat, vegetable oil, corn flour, maltodextrin, wheat starch, emulsifier (E471), salt, dextrose, onion powder, rice flour, flavor enhancers (monosodium glutamate, disubstituted sodium inosinate and sodium disubstituted), guanilate sugar, cheese powder, lactic acid, flavorings.
Useful properties and harm of Pringles chips cheese and onions
To determine if there is even a drop of benefit from Pringles chips, cheese and onions, you need to understand the composition. Dehydrated potatoes are the main constituent of the product, it consists of 79% water, 17% starch, 1% ash and 3% nitrogenous compounds, i.e. we can say that starch is starch.
Vegetable fats are mostly healthy fats that increase your body's high-density lipoprotein (good) and decrease low-density lipoprotein (bad). Next, consider rice flour. Rice grains contain complete protein and starch. Rice flour contains silicon, which promotes metabolic processes in the body (calorizator). Also, Pringles chips, cheese and onions, consist of various flavor enhancers, starch, powders and many other products that are not at all useful for the human body. Side effects of eating chips: obesity, deterioration of immunity, the development of diabetes and an increased risk of cardiovascular disease.