Ingredient Glossary

Krumbled Foods products are made using the very best quality ingredients in the most effective formulations that grant truly glowing skin and support optimal health and wellbeing.

Beauty Bites® are Australia’s first all-encompassing fully functional beauty snack designed to help women look and feel more beautiful from the inside out. By combining 5 key functional ingredients with illuminating and age defying benefits such as collagen, probiotics, vitamins and prebiotics in a convenient single daily dose.

Collagen is also essential for healthy hair, skin and nails. This provides elasticity, strength and flexibility to the connective tissues that surround each strand, so it is key to your hair’s health and it structurally reinforces it.

Collagen is well known for helping restore your bodies youthful appearance, but the benefits are more than skin deep. This naturally occurring protein is the key building block that provides support and structure to our bodies.

Both Prebiotics and Probiotics are essential for optimal health and wellbeing. Our body is home to trillions of bacteria, that help (or hinder) your body function.

Beauty Bites™ have 8g of added prebiotic fibre per serve which act as a “fertilizer” to your body’s probiotics. They nourish the good bacteria so they flourish and make your body glow from the inside out. When your body is filled with good bacteria, your skin will glow, you will have an abundance of energy and your immune system will be at its best.

Both Prebiotics and Probiotics are essential for optimal health and wellbeing. Our body is home to trillions of bacteria, that help (or hinder) your body function.

B.coagulans are spore-forming probiotic microorganisms that are resistant to high temperatures and able to generate spores during its reproductive life cycle unlike Lactobacillus and many other probiotics.

B.coagulans are particularly robust. This type of probiotic strain is also able to withstand extreme environments and go dormant during harsh conditions, such as high levels of stomach acid, where others probiotics can not.

Normal skin contains high concentrations of vitamin C (ascorbic acid), which supports important and well-known functions, stimulating collagen synthesis and assisting in antioxidant protection against UV-induced photodamage.

Several reports have indicated that vitamin C levels are lower in aged or photodamaged skin. Whether this association reflects cause or effect is unknown, but it has also been reported that excessive exposure to oxidant stress via pollutants or UV irradiation is associated with depleted vitamin C levels in the epidermal layer.

Vitamin E (d-alpha-tocopherol)is the major naturally occurring lipid-soluble non-enzymatic antioxidant protecting skin from the adverse effects of oxidative stress including photoaging and are needed to maintain proper cross-links between the skin’s collagen fibres.

Vitamin E’s chemistry and its physiological function as a major antioxidative and anti-inflammatory agent.

While Vitamin C and E are both strong antioxidants in their own right. They have greater effectiveness combined than either vitamin does separately. They have complementary roles in skin health and support each other's antioxidant function.