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Vitamins Found in Spinach

Başlatan Leila, Nis 05, 2018, 10:09 öö

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Spinach , a little green vegetable, is a very rich food for vitamins. Many antioxidants, vitamins and minerals containing spinach is a reflex power store. Spinach also contains abundant amounts of C, E, K, B vitamins, magnesium, manganese, iron, calcium, potassium, copper, phosphorus, selenium, omega-3 fatty acids, folic acid and zinc. Besides, the ratio of cholesterol, sodium, calories and fat in spinach is very low.

What vitamins are found in spinach?
Vitamin A: There is no direct vitamin A in spinach. Spinach contains beta carotene and beta carotene is converted to vitamin A in the body. This antioxidant is very necessary for healthy eyes.

Vitamin C: Another antioxidant, vitamin C, strengthens the immune system and contributes to the faster healing of wounds. In addition, vitamin C increases the production of collagen on the skin, making your skin look younger and better.

E Vitamin E is a vitamins that can be dissolved in oil and helps prevent blood thinning and blood clotting.

Vitamin K: The main task of vitamin K is to help stop blood clots by helping blood clot.

Vitamin B: Vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5 and B6 are abundant in spinach. Spinach also contains folic acid, a member of another B vitamins group. B vitamins help regulate the activities of metabolism.

Magnesium: Magnesium helps the body's enzymes function properly.

Iron: Extremely rich in iron, spinach contributes to the transport of more oxygen to body cells.

Calcium: Although spinach is a very rich calcium source, only a fraction of this calcium can be absorbed by the body.

Potassium: Potassium protects the body fluid balance and keeps blood from contracting. In addition, potassium is essential for our heart to function properly.

Copper: Copper is a coenzyme found in our skin and hair. The copper brain plays a minor role in blood and bone functions.

Phosphorus: Phosphorus is very important for bone and dental health.

Zinc: Zinc is very useful for cellular metabolism activities.