Kiwis are high in vitamin C, with six times more than a lemon. They are also rich in proteins, iron, calcium and phosphorous. They help improve the circulatory and nervous systems.
The superfood of vegetables, kale is very high in vitamins A and C and above all K, as well as being rich in iron, calcium and antioxidants. As it is a powerful antioxidant, it helps keep the liver healthy and is good for the immune system and metabolism.
The best source of vitamin A and carotenes to pamper your skin.
Due to their high iron content, pears are great for the production of red blood cells and highly recommended in cases of anaemia or cardiovascular problems. Their pectin content is very effective on the digestive system, aiding in digestion and eliminating the feeling of bloating. Plus, pectin also helps regulate intestinal transit and lowers blood cholesterol levels. And, the cellulose in this fruit acts as a natural laxative.
Favours digestion and is an anthelmintic (kills intestinal worms). Pineapples contain the enzyme bromelain, which helps the stomach better digest protein. It also has an analgesic effect on the intestinal mucosa.
Helps balance blood pressure and acts as a tonic, rehydrating the body.
Good source of vitamin K, great for athletes.
Green apples are one of the healthiest types of fruit. They are high in antioxidants, which also helps revitalise the liver.
The nitrates found in beetroot are perfect when you need an energy boost, as well as being a good source of betaine, which helps protect your cells from environmental stress. It is also known as a good way to fight general inflammation.
Among the vitamins found in escarole, the most noteworthy include vitamin C, a perfect antioxidant, and provitamin A, which helps create beta-carotene and folic acid, which are key in managing white and red blood cells.
Chlorella is renowned for its ability to eliminate toxins from the body. Among the most incredible properties of this type of algae is its power to detox the liver.
Lemon stands out for its high vitamin C content and two types of antioxidants: bioflavonoids and beta-carotenes.
Great for repairing intestinal mucosa.
Easy to assimilate due to its short-chain carbohydrates. Eases digestion and metabolism of other foods. Sweeter than sugar, with 40% fewer calories.
Ginger has anti-inflammatory properties and helps alleviate general pain.
Grapes help replenish minerals, refresh and cleanse the body; they stimulate the intestine, liver and tissues; facilitate cell oxidation and, thanks to their vitamin C content, encourage assimilation of nutrients ingested.
Maca boosts strength and endurance, sports performance and general wellbeing. Widely known to improve fertility and libido. Rich in vitamins and minerals.