Antioxidant and a natural source of Omega 3
The kiwi contains large amounts of water, antioxidants, potassium and fibre. It is also one of the few natural sources of Omega 3, an essential fatty acid for the body's well-being. Thanks to these components, the kiwi boasts antioxidant properties and has positive effects on the intestine, preventing constipation and irritable bowel syndrome.
- Essential fatty acids
- Vitamin E
- Vitamin A
The kiwi was exported to America for the first time in 1962 and since then has been called the kiwifruit, from the name of the kiwi bird, the emblem of New Zealand.
It promotes intestinal motility and prevents the occurrence of associated diseases.