Discover the new “Take a Break” Set
We heartily invite you to fall in love with a new break-time experience, with everything you need to do so: 7 delicious types of Soup-er Snacks, without crystal sugar, flour and starch, for a balanced, light feeling, more concentration and energy. A GEFRO soup mug, the high-quality WMF soup spoon and interesting reading material are also included in the set. for the special price of €14.90 - you save over 20%
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The following awaits you in the "Take a Break" Set:
Soup-er Snacks in seven delicious varieties. GEFRO Balance Soup-er Snacks are natural, aromatic, tasty, high in fibre and give new energy. 7 delicious Soup-er Snacks in practical single-serving sachets for at home, on-the-go, at school, college or at work. Look forward to one of each of the following flavours: TASTE OF ASIA, TOTALLY TOMATO, VEGGIE LOVE, BEETROOT KISS, PEA-LICIOUS, MUSHROOM MANIA, El GAZPACHO A decorative original GEFRO soup mug made from high-quality porcelain – dish-washer safe, microwave suitable and cold resistant, is included in the Take a Break Set. It holds 400 ml and us ideal for drinking or spooning your favourite soup-er snack. WMF Soup spoons: For all of those who prefer to enjoy their soup with a spoon, instead of straight from the mug, we have included the WMF soup spoon, made from Cromargan® 18/10 stainless steel. Perfect reading for a relaxing break: our Balance Booklet with 44 interesting and funny questions and answers, for all of those who want to stay naturally balanced (in German).
What makes GEFRO Balance so special?
All GEFRO Balance products strictly forgo the use of normal crystal sugar (so called sucrose), flour and starch. Isomaltulose, which we use instead of crystal sugar, enters the bloodstream noticeably slower than sugar. The blood sugar level rises less harshly and also falls less severely than after consuming normal sugary foods. Thus, the metabolism runs noticeably more balanced. The body can use the available energy for longer, concentration improves and the typical fatigue signs of the “lunchtime lull” generally disappear. Find out more…