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What is Polimeal Pasta?
Polimeal Pasta is the result of an encounter between two public health doctor and the Venturino Company, a high-quality pasta factory that has operated in Campania for six generations. The two physicians came up with the idea of integrating the nutritive qualities of wheat with vegetable proteins of high biological value (soy or pea) and soluble fiber (beta-glucan).

 

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Polimeal Pasta’s health benefits
It has been known for some time that it is healthier to increase consumption of complex cereals instead of simple sugars, legume vegetable proteins instead of animal ones, and soluble fiber (beta-glucan) which reduces cholesterol absorption and glucose absorption times. Polimeal pasta combines these ingredients into a single food in order to offer a practical tool for the preparation of countless unique dishes; the proportions of the ingredients are balanced so as to guarantee a complete meal that contains all macronutrients, provided that you top your dish of Polimeal Pasta with extra-virgin olive oil. Polimeal Pasta is fat-free while most foods rich in animal protein, like red meat, processed meat, eggs, and cheese, contain significant amounts of saturated fat and cholesterol.

Polimeal Pasta: a traditional breakthrough
One portion of 120 g of Polimeal pasta will provide you with around 50% of your daily protein requirement and 30% of your daily fiber needs, without having to give up the taste of traditional homemade pasta.

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Polimeal Pasta and the environment 
Polimeal Pasta is environmentally friendly. By consuming Polimeal pasta regularly you will be able to cut down on meat, which helps the planet, since intensive farming is the main source of methane emissions and, responsible for around 15% of harmful emissions overall. There is near-universal concern about the growth of intensive farming and it’s becoming necessary to find new alternative protein sources on which to rely.

Whom is Polimeal Pasta for?
This brand is aimed at all those who want to adopt a flexible and modern food style characterized by a more careful and conscious intake of animal proteins. A healthier, lighter and much more practical way to eat without having to feel guilty about one’s environmental impact.