Iron, Folic acid, Zinc, Vitamin C and Vitamin B 12 - all nutrients known to boost red blood cells which, in turn, enhance the body's ability to fight germs and diseases
Calcium, Phosphorous and Vitamin D - these nutrients act as building blocks for all-rounded bone and muscle development
Nutrients which are good for the heart, including magnesium for regulating your heart beat, Vitamin B6 for strengthening the heart lining, Mono unsaturated fatty acids (MUFA) which help reduce 'bad' cholesterol or LDL, and Fiber which further boosts overall cholesterol management.
Salts Magnesium and Chromium, Vitamin B6, and Fiber, all known to help boost insulin secretion and regulate blood sugar levels
Vitamin A, C, E along with the nutrient lycopene- some of the best sources of antioxidants that neutralize the cell-damaging effects of free radicals that are routinely created in the body
The buildings blocks of the body that repair the regular wear and tear of muscles, this group also helps improve metabolism and prevents muscle loss
All about that fiber, which is not just low in fat but also has a high satiety value, keeping one full longer, and also Protein which improves metabolism and burns fat
Low levels of fats and invisible fats that help to reduce calories and regulate body fat