BIO BARLEY GRASS SUPER FOODS 125g
Nutritional Facts BIO BARLEY GRASS SUPER FOODS 125g
|Information BIO BARLEY GRASS SUPER FOODS 125g|
|Servings per container:|
|Amount per 100g|
|of which saturated||1.05g|
|of which sugars||2.2g|
|Ingredients: Powdered green Barley from organic origin (Hordeum vulgare).|
How to take BIO BARLEY GRASS SUPER FOODS 125g:The recommended intake is 10g a day.
- 100% RAW Barley Grass
- Suitable for vegans and vegetarians
- From organic farming
What is Drasanvi Bio Barley Grass Super Food?
Bio Barley Grass Super Food by Drasanvi is a powdered food supplement made of green Barley from an organic origin.
Bio Barley Grass Super Food has achieved the title of organic product as it complies with the most strict quality standards both in its collection and processing of its ingredient, Barley grass.
Main characteristics of Bio Barley Grass Super Food
Barley grass is very rich in vitamins A and C, as well as Potassium, Calcium and Iron. Among the properties of these vitamins and minerals, we can highlight:
- Vitamin A contributes to good visual health.
- Vitamin C , among many other properties, it helps the normal functioning of bones, cartilage, teeth, skin or blood vessels, being also an important antioxidant and a great ally of the immune system. (1)
- The Potassium is an essential mineral for maintaining cellular function and glucose control. (2)
- The Calcium participates in many of the daily vital functions, being especially important for the normal maintenance of the bones. (3)
- The Iron is essential for the production of hemoglobin,therefore can contribute to people with anemia. (4) Likewise, it directly influences athletic performance since it is related to energy metabolism, oxygen transport and acid-base balance. (5)
Who can take this food?
- Athletes and active people
- Elderly people
- Vegans and vegetarians
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2. Michael S. Stone, Lisa Martyn y Connie M. Weaver. Potassium Intake, Bioavailability, Hypertension, and Glucose Control. Nutrients. 2016 Jul; 8(7): 444.
3. Salamon A, Toldy E, Biró C, Mátrai Á, Balassa T, Locsei Z: “Vitamin D and calcium supplementation in elderly patients with hip fracture”. Orv Hetil. 2017 Oct;158(43):1699-1707. doi: 10.1556/650.2017.30857.
4. Matthew J. Warner, Muhammad T. Kamran. Anemia, Iron Deficiency
5. Hinton PS. Iron and the endurance athlete. Appl Physiol Nutr Metab. 2014 Sep;39(9):1012-8. doi: 10.1139/apnm-2014-0147.