JUICES & PUREES
The spinach is a small leave, which at first may seem like a simple food but at the same time it has a nutritive sophistication that only a few vegetables have. The vitamin and mineral content of the spinach in one of the highest for every 100 gr.
To begin, to the vitamins extent, the spinach is a natural source of vitamin A, essential to the bone-building, soft tissues and mucous. The spinach wealth in this sort of vitamin makes it vastly advisable at any age.
The spinach, as other green leaved vegetables, provides high folic acid doses to the body. This type B vitamin is important to protect the healthy cells or prevent anemia, among other features.
It also offers half the vitamin C daily intake that an adult needs, and its simplicity and adaptability while consumption allow us to have it in different forms, such as delicious and nourishing spinach concentrates.
THE SPINACH PROVIDES MINERALS AS THE CALCIUM OR PHOSPHOROUS
The minerals are an essential part in the nutritious components of the spinach. Among the most remarkable we can find the magnesium and iron since the volume contained in 100 gr. almost fulfill the daily needs.
Another remarkable point in the spinach is its protein level, considerably wider in what it is supposed in the nutritious features of a vegetable. Because of that, the spinach is considered to a sophisticated vegetable as the broccoli or the asparagus when talking about proteins.
The spinach can be consumed in concentrates, juices or purees.