Pineapple is an excellent source of vitamin C: the fresh fruit contains 94 mg of vitamin C per 100 g of product, equal to 118 % of the nutritional value of reference. Vitamin C helps maintain the normal function of the immune system during and after intense exercise, and to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue. The vitamin C increases the absorption of iron and contributes to normal psychological function and normal functioning of the nervous system. Bromelain, an enzyme present in the fruit, has a pharmacological effect and, to date, is used for the production of anti-inflammatory drugs.
The banana chips are tasty banana slices dehydrated.
With a higher level of antioxidants than other dried fruit , cherries can prevent many inflammatory diseases: muscle pain after exercise up to arthritis and gout. In addition, cherries contain large amounts of fiber and folic acid.
The coconut is a tree that is grown for its multiplicity of uses, especially for its nutritional value. The parts of the fruit as the pulp and coconut water have a number of properties, among which we cite that antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral and antioxidant. The water and the coconut meat containing microminerals and nutrients that are essential to human health and that is why the coconut is used as food, especially in tropical countries. The coconut has been used by traditional medicine Malaysian to counter malaria.
The strawberry has considerable nutritional composition in terms of phenolic compounds, essential for human health. Although the phenolic compounds of the strawberry are primarily known for their anti-inflammatory and antioxidant, recent studies they have shown that their activities affect other biological mechanisms involved in cell metabolism and cell survival.
Ginger is the root of a perennial herb in the family Zinziberacee, fleshy, densely branched, very aromatic and camphor aroma, has a hint of lemon and lemongrass. Used in the East for thousands of years, both for flavor and flavor foods, and as a medicinal remedy for various ailments, is spreading more and more in Italy along with other ethnic foods. The aroma of ginger in general, is very pleasant, gives freshness and makes it particularly sweet and tasty food.
The Kiwi is a fruit native to Asia, later spreading to Europe and New Zealand. After harvesting the fresh fruit is peeled, cut and then dehydrated by a process which does not require the use of heat and does not alter the vitamin content of the fresh fruit. The thick skin plays an important role in protection of the pulp from the rays of the sun that otherwise distuggerebbero Vitamin C instead is consistently contained in the fruit.
The mango is a fruit native to tropical regions of the egg-shaped and sweet flavor. In addition to having a sweet and exotic, the Mango dehydrated is also packed with useful substances for our body. Good antioxidant and helps to strengthen the immune system. Besides being rich in fiber it is also low in sodium. And therefore also suitable for those people who must follow a low salt diet.
It is a mixture of the best exotic fruit selected and dried, with all the properties of the various components remained intact.
The melon is a sweet fruit and fragrant known already in Roman times. Known for its refreshing and its moderate laxative, melon contains many beneficial substances for our body, especially Vitamin A, Vitamin C, niacin and iron. Dehydrated is also excellent in the most classic combinations: with ham (italian prosciutto crudo).
Slices of dried papaya dehydrated are obtained from fresh papaya grown in many tropical areas. The slices are thin strips of fresh papaya which were dried to remove moisture. This process reduces the weight and increases the shelf life. The nutritional values of the papaya dry dehydrated vary much , compared to the fresh, in fact play an important role Ingredients added and the intensity of heat used for dehydration, because they affect the content of nutrients.
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