Camu Camu, 16 times more vitamin C than an orange


In recent years, the world, in search of new sources of alternative and rich supply of nutrients has turned his gaze to Latin America, and to power that Indians have known for hundreds if not thousands of years, and have been to now virtually unknown to the rest of the planet.


Endogenous the Peruvian Amazon, comes this small fruit, which by its size surprised us with their nutritional qualities and their contributions to the health of our body:
What makes it a super food?
Vitamin C. In concentrations 16 times that of an orange, helps boost the immune system, making it a natural flu.
Ascorbic acid in 114 times more than a regular orange
Hierro. Help in the process of absorption of other vitamins, prevents anemia and help the oxidation of glucose, it helps convert this into energy.
Niacin or Vitamin B3 helps stimulate the production of sex hormones, and hormones related to stress. It is a stimulant to eliminate toxins from the body.
Riboflavin or vitamin B2. Help in processing of fats, carbohydrates and proteins in the body. It promotes the integrity of the skin and mucous membranes of your body.
Phosphorus stimulates kidney function and is involved in the functioning of muscles and the heart. Men stimulates sperm production.
Calcium strengthens your bones
Thiamine, vitamin B1, is a very important in the high glucose levels cell protector. Help your metabolism to process nutrients.
Beta carotene, stimulates the immune system to prevent diseases
The Camú to be a fruit can be eaten raw, but also processed and can be consumed in the form of juices, nectars, jams, ice cream, yogurt. Also it has been industrially processed for presentation in the form of capsules as a natural source of vitamin C, and antioxidants.
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