The properties of lucuma, a fruit from Peru, are very interesting because besides its medicinal virtues it serves to make delicious recipes
This delicious fruit that left us pre-Inca cultures contributes to increase the level of hemoglobin by its iron content, is energizing and its richness in niacin or vitamin B3, stimulates the proper functioning of the nervous system so it is an ally against depression.
Despite being a fruit, it has a high caloric level (almost 100 calories per 100 grams, the same as a chicken fillet). The flour multiplies by 3 these amounts.
Although it has a good amount of vitamin A, like all orange vegetables, Lucuma is appreciated, especially because it is rich in Vitamin B3, essential for proper neuronal functioning, for the maintenance of short-term memory, To fight chronic fatigue and depressive states.
It has interesting plots of iron, calcium and fiber.
It has almost all the vitamins of group B. That is why it is adequate to keep the cardiovascular and cerebral system in tune.