Natural tomato, roasted pepper, salt and citric acid. It does not contain gluten.
Benefits, Properties and Uses
Benefits, Properties and Uses
The pepper contains vitamins B6, B9 and C, which are good antioxidants and help to combat ageing, as well as they protect the skin and hair.
Furthermore, the pepper also has got a lot of fibre, protein, water and carotenoids which is the natural additive that gives the peppers their characteristic flavour and colour. This provides a very low amount of carbohydrates and a lot of energy and protein, making it perfect for those on low-calorie diets.
A variety of amino acids such as lutein, flavonoids, lycopenes and capsaicin which are essential for the proper functioning of the body are as well present.
Another ingredient in this product is the tomato, which is well known for having high concentrations of vitamin C, A and K. It also has other vitamins and minerals that provide energy and vigour to the body.
Vitamin A is ideal for protecting the eyes from degenerative diseases and night blindness, thus improving vision. Tomatoes also help to improve blood circulation thanks to the minerals and vitamin K present in their composition. This property of caring for blood circulation prevents myocardial infarction and other cardiovascular problems.
Another benefit of the tomato is associated with skin care, due to its antioxidant properties from Vitamin C in large quantities. It is also a good ally in fighting against constipation.
It is an ideal product for people with coeliac disease or gluten protein intolerance, as it is completely gluten-free.
How is the salad prepared?
The peppers have been roasted in a traditional wood-fired oven and the rest of the ingredients were prepared using their own juice, with no added water. All of that to guarantee the best freshness, natural flavours and aromas.
The tomatoes are completely natural and for their harvest and production artisanal techniques have been used to avoid the addition of chemicals that could damage the health and alter the natural flavour of the food.
The most famous recipes with the salad.
Tomato and pepper salad coal fired can be eaten at any time of day and is the perfect complement to other dishes, providing colour and vegetables full of various vitamins and minerals.
A portion of sliced cheese can be added to the salad to add more protein value.
Our recommendation is that the salad is eaten at breakfast with a few slices of toast. However, it can also be eaten at night as dinner and complemented with a succulent portion of grilled chicken.
Contraindications or cautions.
The presence of excessive vitamin C in the body can cause stomach pains and diarrhoea, its consumption inf large quantities or in excess is therefore not recommended.
Apart from that, there are people who may have a certain intolerance to tomatoes, in those cases our recommendation is to consume the product in moderation.
People who have problems with blood pressure should moderate the consumption of tomatoes and peppers, as their purifying properties can alter the rate of blood pressure.