no artifical colours
no added SO2
no added sugar
ingredients: dried spinach
allergens: no allergens
Spinach was unknown to Greeks and Romans. It is believed to have appeared in Spain through Spain. It has spread throughout the continent and in America.
Spinach has many beneficial substances, its leaves provide the body with nutrients.
Its leaves are low-calorie, but at the expense of these are found the presence of very large amounts of vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients.
The advantage of spinach is that it is easily accessible, can be purchased from any supermarket or grown independently.
Storage: Keep in a cool and dry place preferably in an airtught container/bag!
Spinach is widely used and used in culinary, cremospheres, many diets, baby purees, and many cocktails. In the preparation of soups to spinach often sorrel is added. Its combination with a dock is really divine! Spinach is a side dish for meat, spinach puree, scrambled eggs and many others.
Average nutritional values per 100g
Energy - 22 KJ/22 kcal
Fat - 0,3 g
-of which saturated fat - 0,04 g
Carbohydrate - 2,4 g
-of which sugars - 0,43 g
Fibre - 0,2 g
Protein - 2,9 g
Salt - 0,04 g
Spinach helps in:
Enhances your immunity;
It contains many vitamins and has a large number of antioxidants. Its leaves contain antioxidants such as vitamins A and C, flavonoids - antioxidants such as lutein and beta-carotene.
Spinach helps reduce the risk of infection with infectious diseases in an unfavorable epidemic situation.
It influences very well the muscles and makes them strong;
Magnesium, above all, regulates the level of potassium, sodium and calcium in the body. This in turn helps control nerve and muscle contractions. People with magnesium deficiency often complain of cramps and muscle aches, and spinach helps.
Spinach prevents cancer;
Spinach restricts the spread of cancer because it contains lutein.
Spinach reduces symptoms of asthma;
Provides a beneficial influence on the body as it slows down aging;
Maintains heart health;
Spinach has a high content of beta-carotene, vitamin C as well as a number of other nutrients, so spinach can destroy bad cholesterol.
Folic acid is important for heart health. Some amino acids contained in spinach can fight heart disease, including stroke, osteoporosis and others.
Folic acid and vitamin B12 stimulate the processes responsible for the production of blood cells. Spinach, rich in these substances, is useful for people who suffer from anemia.
Spinach helps accelerate metabolic processes, improves oxygen metabolism in organs and tissues.
Calcium containing spinach strengthens bone tissue and helps to prevent the development of diseases of the locomotory system.
Spinach contains almost all vitamins and is especially suitable for babies in the form of purees or soups. Also suitable for vegetarians, as it contains many plant proteins.
In the spring it influences very well the gastrointestinal tract. It is extremely useful for pregnant women and children after illness.