When visiting our www.frisk.com, you are asked to select your country. Then, if you go to TASTE FRISK, and you click on the different flavors, a message will appear at the bottom of the page telling you whether or not this flavor is available in your country.
All FRISK products are sugar-free so they do not harm your teeth. Cavities, or dental caries, are caused by a bacteria called Streptococcus mutans. This bacteria lives in your mouth and thrives on sugar and other carbohydrates. It produces acids that dissolve in the enamel of teeth, causing cavities. The sweeteners used in the FRISK tabs are not or barely fermented into acids by this bacteria, in contrast with sugar, and thus protect your teeth from these acid “attacks”. Moreover, eating a FRISK stimulates the salivary flow in your mouth. Salivary also protects your teeth from cavities.
DOES FRISK CONTAIN: GLUTEN, LACTOSE, GELATINE OR EGG PRODUCTS?
No, FRISK does not contain gluten. FRISK Tablets can be eaten by people with gluten intolerance
No, FRISK does not contain lactose. FRISK Tablets can be eaten by people with lactose intolerance
No, FRISK does not contain gelatin. FRISK Tabs are suitable for vegetarians
• Egg products
No, FRISK does not contain egg related products. FRISK Tabs are suitable for veganists
All FRISK Tablets are sugar free, they contain sweeteners: Aspartame, Acesulfame K and Sorbitol. It is generally accepted that the sweeteners used do not or hardly influence the glucose level. Whether this would fit into a diabetic diet is a personal decision.
DO FRISK PRODUCTS CONTAIN GMO’S (GENETICALLY MODIFIED ORGANISMS)?
The FRISK Tablets do not contain GMO’s. We have received confirmation from our suppliers of ingredients, additives and flavorings that they use only traditional crops or ingredients derived from traditional crops. As such we can say that according to the European Regulations on GMO and labeling, our products do not contain any GMO’s.
Sweeteners are safe when consumed in a normal way. If you consume too much sweeteners they may have, for instance, a laxative effect. To know when too much is too much, you have to know the ADI (Acceptable Daily Intake) of the ingredients.
The Acceptable Daily Intake is defined as the amount of a food additive that can be ingested daily in the diet without appreciable risk on the basis of all facts known at the time. “Without appreciable risk” refers to the practical certainty that injury will not result, even after a lifetime of experience.
For Aspartame the ADI is 40mg per kilo body weight per day. For Acesultame K it is 15mg per kilo mg body weight. Sorbitol has no ADI. Example for a person who weights 70kg:
• 1 FRISK Tablet = 144mg contains 0.3% Aspartame (= 0.432mg)
• ADI = 2800mg
• This person can eat 6.481 FRISK Tablets a day to reach the maximum of the ADI