Kiwi

Dried kiwi is rich in…

Nutrition Facts

  • Antioxidants (lutein, carotenoids)
  • Vitamin C, A and E
  • B-Complex vitamins
  • Magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, calcium and iron
  • Vegetable fiber
  • Omega 3 fatty acids

Health Benefits

  • Their antioxidant, anti-ageing and anti-microbial action
  • They reinforce the health of the heart and protect against circulation clots
  • They reinforce eye and vision health
  • They help gain a brighter complexion and a healthier skin
  • They help regulate glucose in type II diabetes patients
  • They promote a healthy digestive system and protect against constipation
  • They protect against the appearance of cancer
  • Help in weight control

Nutrition Analysis

Nutritional analysis reveals that one micro portion (42gr.) of dried kiwi includes 150 calories, 1 gr. of protein, 35 gr. of carbohydrates (of which 31 gr. is sugar), 1 gr. of fat and 3 gr. of vegetable fiber.

How to eat

You can eat dried kiwi daily, as a snack during the day, with other dried fruit or/and seeds in order to increase its nutritional value, or by adding it in yogurt, homemade cereal bars and pastries (cake, cookies etc.) as well as in your salad.