PRODUCTOS
Orange occupies predominant place among citrus plants. It is an evergreen tree belonging to the class of rue, cultivated in the subtropics.
Orange-tree fruits contain 87,7% of dry substance, including 8,4% of carbohydrates, 0,9% of proteins, 1,4% of cellulose and 0,4-0,5% of pectin. The colour of orange peel is determined by the presence of cryptoxanthin. Orange peel contains 1,2 - 2% of various essential oils.
100 grams orange - 38 kkal.


Vitamins' content per 100 g.
vitamin - 60 mg
vitamin 1 - 0,03 - 0,04 mg
vitamin 0,05 - 0,25 mg
vitamin 2 0,04 mg
vitamin - 0,2 mg
 

Microelements' content per 100 g.
potassium 197 mg
calcium 34 mg
magnesium 13 mg
phosphorus 23 mg
iron 0,3 mg
natrium 13 mg
 
  



There are one thousand sorts of apples and each sort has its own advantages. They contain apple and citric acids, tanning agents, microelements (potassium, magnesium, iron, sulfur, manganese, phosphorus), pectin substances. Apple seeds contain a lot of iodine; they say that the daily need of iodine can be satisfied with 5-6 apple seeds. Dieticians recommend adding apple vinegar to "live" salads.
Apple vinegar is a rich source of potassium which makes green vegetables (potherbs) ready for better digestion and assimilation.


Nutrients' content per 100 g.
Proteins: 0,4 g
Fats: 0,4 g
Carbohydrates: 9,8 g
Vitamins' content per 100 g.
vitamin A: 0,03 mg
vitamin B1: 0,03 mg
vitamin B2: 0,02 mg
vitamin B3: 0,07 mg
vitamin B6: 0,08 mg
vitamin B9: 2,0 microgram
vitamin C: 16,0 mg
vitamin E: 0,63 mg
vitamin H: 0,3 microgram
vitamin PP: 0,30 mg

Macroelements' content per 100 g.
Aluminium: 110 microgram
Boron: 245 microgram
Vanadium: 4 microgram
Iodine: 2 microgram
Cobalt: 1 microgram
Manganese: 47 microgram
Copper: 110 microgram
Molybdenum: 6 microgram
Nickel: 17 microgram
Rubidium: 63 microgram
Fluorine: 8 microgram
Chrome: 4 microgram
Zinc: 150 microgram
Microelements' content per 100 g.
iron: 2,2 mg
potassium: 278 mg
calcium: 16 mg
magnesium: 9 mg
natrium: 26 mg
sulfur: 5 mg
phosphorus: 11 mg
chlorine: 2 mg
  



Pears are very rich in mineral substances (calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, silicon). There are relatively little vitamins in pear. It is recommended to eat pears during the diseases of blood circulation system and kidneys. They have a refreshing effect on the entire organism and help lowering body temperature.
Cultivated sorts contain a lot of cellulose and pectin compounds, they improve digestion and the functioning of intestines in general.
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Nutrients' content per 100 g.
Proteins: 0,4 g
Fats: 0,3 g
Carbohydrates: 11 g
Vitamins' content per 100 g.
vitamin A: 0,01 mg
vitamin B1: 0,02 mg
vitamin B2: 0,03 mg
vitamin B3: 0,05 mg
vitamin B6: 0,03 mg
vitamin B9: 2,0 microgram
vitamin C: 13,0 mg
vitamin E: 0,36 mg
vitamin H: 0,1 microgram
vitamin PP: 0,10 mg

Macroelements' content per 100 g.
Boron: 130 microgram
Vanadium: 5 microgram
Iodine: 1 microgram
Cobalt: 10 microgram
Manganese: 65 microgram
Copper: 120 microgram
Molybdenum: 5 microgram
Nickel: 17 microgram
Rubidium: 44 microgram
Fluorine: 10 microgram
Zinc: 190 microgram
Microelements' content per 100 g.
iron: 2,3 mg
potassium: 155 mg
calcium: 19 mg
silicon: 6 mg
magnesium: 12 mg
natrium: 14 mg
sulfur: 6 mg
phosphorus: 16 mg
chlorine: 1 mg
  



Grapefruit is an evergreen heat-loving tree belonging to the class of rue. It only grows in the subtropical regions. Its crop capacity is 200 - 300 fruits per tree. Ripening in December, grapefruits perfectly preserve its value until July. in ascorbic acid - 30 - 50 mg per crude substance.
There are sugars and organic acids as well. Grapefruit is a worthy rival of lemon but it has better taste. All you need to know is that all bitter taste is contained in membranes between lobules.
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Vitamins' content per 100 g.
in ascorbic acid - 30 - 50 mg per crude substance,
vitamin 1 - 0,06 - 0,08 mg
2 0,09 mg
- 0,15 mg
 

  



Lemon is famous for its high C vitamin content. During many centuries physicians treated their patients with orange and lemon juices against rheumatism, scurvy, and as a precaution against poison and plague.
In 1795 even a special law was promulgated for the daily distribution of a portion of lemon juice to the ship crews.
Out of flowers, peels and leaves of citrus plants essential oils are extracted, their fruits and peels are infused for the preparation of wines and liqueurs, fruits are candied and the dried peels are added to the confectionery products.
Lemon fruits contain
87,7% of dry substance, including 8,4% of carbohydrates, 3,5% of sugars, 0,9% of proteins, 1,3% of cellulose and more than 1% of pectin.
Lemons are rich in organic acids - 6 - 8%, that is why they are used for the extraction of citric acid.
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Vitamins' content per 100 g.
ascorbic acids - 60 mg
beta-carotin - 0,01 mg
6 - 0,006 mg
thiamine - 0,1 mg
pantotene acid - 0,2 mg
 

  



It intensifies metabolism, increases the blood level of endorphines, which rise up spirits and improve general state of health, surge of energy is felt


Nutrients' content per 100 g.
Proteins: 0,6 g
Fats: 0,2 g
Carbohydrates: 15 g
Vitamins' content per 100 g.
vitamin A: 0,10 mg
vitamin B1: 0,05 mg
vitamin B2: 0,02 mg
vitamin B3: 0,06 mg
vitamin B6: 0,09 mg
vitamin B9: 2,0 microgram
vitamin C: 6,0 mg
vitamin H: 1,5 microgram
vitamin PP: 0,30 mg

Macroelements' content per 100 g.
Aluminium: 380 microgram
Boron: 365 microgram
Vanadium: 10 microgram
Iodine: 8 microgram
Cobalt: 2 microgram
Manganese: 90 microgram
Copper: 80 microgram
Molybdenum: 3 microgram
Nickel: 16 microgram
Rubidium: 100 microgram
Fluorine: 12 microgram
Chrome: 3 microgram
Zinc: 91 microgram
Microelements' content per 100 g.
iron: 0,6 mg
potassium: 255 mg
calcium: 45 mg
silicon: 12 mg
magnesium: 17 mg
natrium: 26 mg
sulfur: 7 mg
phosphorus: 22 mg
chlorine: 1 mg
  



It contains phytoncides and therefore can be used as a preventive agent against catarrhal diseases. Garlic butter intensifies metabolism and helps loosing excessive weight.
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Nutrients' content per 100 g.
Proteins: 6,5 g
Carbohydrates: 5,2 g
Vitamins' content per 100 g.
vitamin B1: 0,08 mg
vitamin B2: 0,08 mg
vitamin B6: 0,60 mg
vitamin C: 10,0 mg
vitamin PP: 1,20 mg

Macroelements' content per 100 g.
Lodine: 9 microgram
Cobalt: 9 microgram
Manganese: 810 microgram
Copper: 130 microgram
Zinc: 1 025 microgram
Microelements' content per 100 g.
iron: 1,5 mg
potassium: 260 mg
calcium: 60 mg
magnesium: 30 mg
natrium: 80 mg
phosphorus: 100 mg
chlorine: 30 mg
  



Cabbage is rich in C vitamin. It belongs to anti-oxidants which helps strengthening body resistance against negative environmental impacts.
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Nutrients' content per 100 g.
Proteins: 1,8 g
Fats: 0,1 g
Carbohydrates: 4,7 g
Vitamins' content per 100 g.
vitamin A: 0,02 mg
vitamin B1: 0,03 mg
vitamin B2: 0,04 mg
vitamin B3: 0,18 mg
vitamin B6: 0,14 mg
vitamin B9: 10,0 microgram
vitamin C: 45,0 mg
vitamin E: 0,08 mg
vitamin H: 0,1 microgram
vitamin PP: 0,74 mg

Macroelements' content per 100 g.
Aluminium: 570 microgram
Boron: 200 microgram
Iodine: 3 microgram
Cobalt: 3 microgram
Manganese: 170 microgram
Copper: 75 microgram
Molybdenum: 10 microgram
Nickel: 15 microgram
Fluorine: 10 microgram
Chrome: 5 microgram
Zinc: 400 microgram
Microelements' content per 100 g.
iron: 0,6 mg
potassium: 185 mg
calcium: 48 mg
magnesium: 16 mg
natrium: 13 mg
sulfur: 37 mg
phosphorus: 31 mg
chlorine: 37 mg
  



Potato contains a lot of starch - vegetable polysaccharide possessing a high nutritious value.
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Nutrients' content per 100 g.
Proteins: 2,0 g
Fats: 0,4 g
Carbohydrates: 16,3 g
Vitamins' content per 100 g.
vitamin A: 0,02 mg
vitamin B1: 0,12 mg
vitamin B2: 0,07 mg
vitamin B3: 0,30 mg
vitamin B6: 0,30 mg
vitamin B9: 8,0 microgram
vitamin C: 20,0 mg
vitamin E: 0,10 mg
vitamin H: 0,1 microgram
vitamin PP: 1,30 mg

Macroelements' content per 100 g.
Aluminium: 860 microgram
Boron: 115 microgram
Vanadium: 149 microgram
Iodine: 5 microgram
Cobalt: 5 microgram
Lithium: 77 microgram
Manganese: 170 microgram
Copper: 140 microgram
Molybdenum: 8 microgram
Nickel: 5 microgram
Rubidium: 500 microgram
Fluorine: 30 microgram
Chrome: 10 microgram
Zinc: 360 microgram
Microelements' content per 100 g.
iron: 0,9 mg
potassium: 568 mg
calcium: 10 mg
magnesium: 23 mg
natrium: 28 mg
sulfur: 32 mg
phosphorus: 58 mg
chlorine: 58 mg
  



It is rich in phytoncides. Sap of one onion can kill several billion microbes.
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Nutrients' content per 100 g.
Proteins: 1,4 g
Carbohydrates: 9,1 g
Vitamins' content per 100 g.
vitamin B1: 0,05 mg
vitamin B2: 0,02 mg
vitamin B3: 0,10 mg
vitamin B6: 0,12 mg
vitamin B9: 9,0 microgram
vitamin C: 10,0 mg
vitamin E: 0,20 mg
vitamin H: 0,9 microgram
vitamin PP: 0,20 mg

Macroelements' content per 100 g.
Aluminium: 400 microgram
Boron: 200 microgram
Iodine: 3 microgram
Cobalt: 5 microgram
Manganese: 230 microgram
Copper: 85 microgram
Nickel: 3 microgram
Rubidium: 476 microgram
Fluorine: 31 microgram
Chrome: 2 microgram
Zinc: 850 microgram
Microelements' content per 100 g.
iron: 0,8 mg
potassium: 175 mg
calcium: 31 mg
magnesium: 14 mg
natrium: 18 mg
sulfur: 65 mg
phosphorus: 58 mg
chlorine: 25 mg
  



Tomatoes occupy a special place in nutrition because of their high acid content, mostly with apple and citric acids. Apple and citric acids are necessary for human organism only if they are in organic state. They have positive influence on blood formation, improve body metabolism. To benefit from the useful substances contained in tomatoes, it is very important to combine tomatoes with other products correctly and not to process thermally. It is recommended to eat tomatoes uncooked and preferably in the season.
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Nutrients' content per 100 g.
Proteins: 1,1 g
Fats: 0,2 g
Carbohydrates: 3,8 g
Vitamins' content per 100 g.
vitamin A: 1,20 mg
vitamin B1: 0,06 mg
vitamin B2: 0,04 mg
vitamin B3: 0,25 mg
vitamin B6: 0,10 mg
vitamin B9: 11,0 microgram
vitamin C: 25,0 mg
vitamin E: 0,39 mg
vitamin H: 1,2 microgram
vitamin PP: 0,53 mg

Macroelements' content per 100 g.
Boron: 115 microgram
Iodine: 2 microgram
Cobalt: 6 microgram
Manganese: 140 microgram
Copper: 110 microgram
Molybdenum: 7 microgram
Nickel: 13 microgram
Rubidium: 153 microgram
Fluorine: 20 microgram
Chrome: 5 microgram
Zinc: 200 microgram
Microelements' content per 100 g.
iron: 0,9 mg
potassium: 290 mg
calcium: 14 mg
magnesium: 20 mg
natrium: 40 mg
sulfur: 12 mg
phosphorus: 26 mg
chlorine: 57 mg
  
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