Fruit, a true source of health.
BRIO pampers your palate and cares about your health, today and tomorrow. Because fruit plays a fundamental role in balancing your daily diet.
The high water content of fruit facilitates the elimination of toxins from your body and keeps your body perfectly hydrated. And the fibre content of fruit regulates yoru intestinal function, while preventing certain diseases such as cholesterol or obesity, among others…
In addition, fruit is a source of natural antioxidants that protect you from degenerative diseases while delaying ageing.
Of note in the nutritional composition of oranges are their low energy value because of their high water content and their richness in vitamin C, folic acid and minerals such as potassium, magnesium and calcium.
Oranges also have appreciable quantities of fibre, found mainly in the white part of the pulp and the peel. This favours good intestinal transit.
Vitamin C helps the formation of collagen, bones and teeth, red blood cells and promotes the absorption of iron from food and resistance to infections.
The main component of tangerines is water, so compared to other similar fruits, they provide less sugar and therefore fewer calories. They also have appreciable quantities of fibre, found mainly in the white part of the pulp and the peel. This favours good intestinal transit.
As for their vitamin content, vitamin C stands out, but less than in oranges, whereas folic acid and provitamin A are more abundant in mandarines than in any other citrus fruit.
PEACHES AND NECTARINES
Contrary to appearances due to their sweet taste, these are not the fruits that provide the most carbohydrates and energy to the body. Their richness in fibre is one of their main benefits.
Potassium also stands out among their mineral composition and, in discreet amounts, magnesium and iodine.
Cherries are rich in carbohydrates, especially fructose, although their caloric value is moderate compared to other fruits.
They provide significant amounts of fibre. As for their vitamin content, provitamin A and vitamin C are the main players.