Fruit vitamins

Fruit vitamins

The fruit, an important source of vitamins we need to carry out biochemical reactions essential for growth and development of our body. 

But do you know which vitamin contain each fruit? In Mambo we make a summary.

- Vitamin A is present in many fruits, the most noteworthy are oranges, blackberries, pin, peaches, apples and kiwis. The benefits to us are cell reproduction, formation of hormones, stimulation of the immune system and improving vision and hair growth.

- Vitamin B1 can be found in bananas, raspberries, pears, lemons, oranges, mangoes, grapefruits and pineapples. The benefits that this vitamin contributes to our health are the proper functioning of the heart, nervous system and muscles.

- Vitamin B2 can be found in the kiwi. This vitamin is necessary for production of red blood cells, growth, body development and reproduction.

- We can find vitamin B3 in bananas, peaches, kiwis and melons. It is important for the proper functioning of the digestive system and nervous system, to have a healthy and normal skin growth.

- Vitamin B5 can be found in fruits such as oranges and bananas. It brings many benefits to our health, among which the metabolism of food, cholesterol production, manufacture vitamin D and steroid hormones and the maintenance of a healthy digestive system.

- Vitamin B6 can get the bananas and watermelons. It is necessary for the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats and proteins, for the production of antibodies, the immune system maintenance, the production of red blood cells and the proper functioning of the nervous system.

- In vitamin B9 folic acid found yy can be found in strawberries, kiwis, blackberries, oranges and bananas. Is required for cell growth, fetal development, the production of red blood cells, DNA and nervous system.

- Vitamin C can be obtained from the pears, apples, lemons, strawberries, bananas, plums, raspberries, blackberries, grapes, mangoes and watermelons. Our health benefits preventing oxidation of free radicals, protecting cells and tissues, helping formation of collagen, cartilage, blood vessels and muscles. It is vital for iron absorption, reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease and cancer.

- Vitamin E is an antioxidant that protects body tissues and cells from damage caused by free radicals. It also helps in the formation of red blood cells, blood circulation and protection of the cell membrane.

Source: Vitaminas org