Rich in carotenoids, such as lutein which is beneficial for the prevention of macular degeneration linked to age, spinach is also rich in magnesium and folic acid. In addition, its high fiber content makes it an excellent regulator of the intestinal transit.
The avocado is known to contain a good load of vitamin E, vitamin C, vitamins of the group B and of carotenoids which, all of them, make of it an excellent source of antioxidants. It is also a favored food against constipation due to its high content in dietary fibers. Also, the avocado is a food that’s rich in monounsaturated fatty acids known for their positive impact on cholesterol levels (by lowering LDL). They also helps in the prevention of cardiovascular diseases.
In addition to being alkalizing and rich in monounsaturated fatty acid and antioxidants, the hazelnut is a good source of vitamin E which plays an important role in strengthening our immune system.
Rich in antioxidants and in vitamin C, the orange has a diuretic effect which helps fight water retention. It is always best for us to consume it as a whole rather than as a juice since the latter form makes it lose some of its vitamin content and renders it devoid of the whole of its fiber content.