Red staining by ascorbic acid

by Shanzay Lizzy only health news
How does vitamin C actually in the salami? Is this sausage really healthier than fruit? The Consumer Bavaria there was now known; therefore salami should not only be a pure fat bomb, but even more vitamin C than apples.

Thus are in 100 grams of sausage 30 to 50 milligrams of vitamin C to be found, equal to four times as much as in an apple with the same weight.

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Red staining by ascorbic acid - This statement sounds but actually very implausible, but is still comprehensible. The vitamin C is in Salami is actually namely ascorbic acid, also known as vitamin C or E 300 artificial known. Ascorbic acid makes tens food more durable and ensures that the original color remains in the food. Particularly large quantities of this acid can be found in pre salads, bread, frozen foods, fruit juice, jam, wine and beer.

But even with this high content of vitamin C in artificial Salami, consumers should be better once more to pick up the fresh apple.

This healthy fruit eventually also provides a full range of phytochemicals that can boost the immune system. In addition, an apple contains a lot of pectin; this dietary fiber lowers the cholesterol and also stimulates digestion.
In contrast, salami, there are tens of calories - So the salami may indeed contain a lot of vitamin C, but this sausage is healthy in moderation.

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