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Freeze-Dried Spinach - Single Ingredient
Freeze-Dried Spinach - Single Ingredient
Freeze-Dried Spinach - Single Ingredient
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Freeze-Dried Spinach - Single Ingredient

  • -R -39.95
  • Regular price R 39.95

    Vegan, Gluten-Free, Non-GMO, Raw

    Fresh Equivalent

    • 10g = 120g

    Highlights

    Vit A, B2, B6, Manganese, Potassium, Vit C, K1, Folic Acid, Iron, Calcium, Zinc, Selenium – extremely nutrient vegetable
    Excellent source of Antioxidants
    Great source of Fibre, Iron
    Phytonutrients supporting elimination of unwanted contaminants to clear your system

    Health Benefits

    Reduces OXIDATIVE stress
    PROTECTS eyes from damage and degeneration
    Fights cancer and PROMOTES regular BLOOD PRESSURE
    Helps lower CHOLESTEROL
    Promotes MUSCLE strength
    Great for PRE-WORKOUT
    Key player in BONE health
    Booster for your heart, blood, eyesight and liver
    Great to fight all sorts of skin issues
    Works as an ANTI-INFLAMMATORY due to overuse or exercise.

    Culinary Uses

    Add to Smoothies | Juices | Soups | Curries |Stews | Pasta Sauces | Stir-fries
    Sneak in all Bakes | Quiches | Sandwiches
    Crush and Add to Homemade Pasta for a Natural Colour and Flavour
    Crush and Sprinkle in Eggs | Savoury Muffins | Sandwiches
    Blend into Dips | Cream Cheese | Hummus for a Natural Flavouring
    Sprinkle on Salads as a nutritious and crunchy garnish

    Health Benefits for Your Skin and Hair

    DETOXIFIES by removing impurities
    REDUCES cell damage
    Prevents signs of ageing with antioxidants to fight free radicals
    Useful in reducing DARK CIRCLES under the eyes
    Assists in hair care by reducing hair loss and promoting healthy growth
    SOOTHES and helps cell REGENERATION

    Fun Facts 

    Consume together with Vitamin C foods will improve the bioavailability of iron
    Spinach, reflecting its origin is still widely known in China as the “Persian green”