Fruit of health
Bergamot is a native plant of Calabria. Its cultivation is intensive on the Ionian coast, mainly in the Grecanic area of Reggio Calabria since the eighteenth century. Bergamot is a tree between three and four meters high, the flowers are white, very fragrant, the leaves are shiny and fleshy.
The fruit of the bergamot is of an intense yellow color, with a round shape slightly flattened at the poles.
The uses of Bergamot
Just like the fruit, bergamot juice has a bitter taste, del prutto retains all its properties. A citrus fruit with many qualities, used for centuries in the preparation of perfumes, has over time begun to make its way into the food and pharmaceutical sectors, known as FRUIT OF HEALTH and produced strictly Made in Italy.
Beneficial and healing properties of Bergamot
Bergamot is a citrus fruit that boasts numerous healing properties: rich in vitamin A, C and group B. For some years it has been discovered that it is an important source of flavonoids, bergamot juice has natural anti-cholesterol properties, it is therefore able to prevent cardiovascular diseases such as arteriosclerosis, heart attack and stroke.
The benefits of bergamot derive from the extraordinary richness of polyphenols and antioxidants, that help keep our body fit. It is no coincidence that bergamot juice is administered for therapeutic purposes.
In addition to being an excellent juice for breakfast, bergamot juice can be used in aromatherapy practices, thanks to the calming action it is also particularly effective in combating stress and depressive states.
the antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties make it an excellent ally for the respiratory tract.
PROPERTIES AND BENEFITS OF BERGAMOT
Bergamot is known for its excellent healing abilities
Rich in vitamine A, C, B1, B2, which improve the absorption of iron, bergamot juice is useful in supporting therapies for anemia
Thanks to the richness of flavonoids with antioxidant properties, it is perfect ally against free radicals
The substances contained in bergamot stimulate the assimilation of glucose in the muscles and liver contributing to decrease blood glucose levels and to improve insulin activity
Research has shown that the intake of bergamot generates a significant increase in good HDL cholesterol it's a decrease of the bad LDL
Thanks to his antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties