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Food and Health

The high content of polyphenols, antioxidants and vitamins make kiwi (biodynamic)
a food with high nutritional properties.

Its qualities contribute to the rebalancing and to the well-being of the whole organism.

For the high antioxidant values it is considered among the healthier fruits.

Also if we consume untreated food daily in the cultivation and in the post-harvest phase it produces
in the organism beneficial effects in the short and long term.

The kiwi (biodynamic) is grown in its natural habitat only with fertilizers mineral and organics
and its natural cycle is respected.

Given its many qualities, it is recommended to introduce fruit and in particular the kiwi in the own daily diet, for example consuming it mid-morning or mid-afternoon, in centrifuged or salads.


kiwi and Mediterranean Diet

The beneficial effects of the Mediterranean diet has been recognized from the UNESCO “Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity” and now belongs to the food tradition of our country and beyond.

The Mediterranean diet is a food model that is characterized by its variety and nutritional balance.

The Mediterranean Diet includes:

– High consumption of fruit, fresh and dried fruit, legumes and cereals
– Extra virgin olive oil
– Moderate and balanced consumption of fish, meat and dairy products
– An active lifestyle

Some foods are considered essential in the Mediterranean diet to maintain health and fitness. Among these we find those rich in vitamins like kiwis (biodynamic).

The nutritional contribution of kiwis is made particularly valuable also for the high content of polyphenols and antioxidant values.

In addition, in the Mediterranean Diet, is decisive that these food aren’t treated with harmful substances.