Muscle power, iron and beta-carotene in one pan

In the Middle Ages, spinach (Spinacia oleracea) travelled from the Near and Middle East to Spain. I was soon known and appreciated throughout Europe. The green leaves can be used in various ways. For example, in salads (baby spinach leaves), soups, smoothies and different vegetable preparations. Often, the healthy, green splash of colour. Like almost all vegetables, spinach is also a medicinal plant. Many studies emphasise its diverse composition of nutrients. Secondary plant substances, minerals and vitamins are anti-inflammatory. In addition, they combat iron deficiency, hypometabolic disorders, cancer and depression.

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