The exotic and intriguing Jerusalem artichoke is in fact a tuber plant that is closely related to the more well-known and celebrated sunflower. These root tubers are widely appreciated and praised for their value not only as a commonly used food and cooking ingredient, but also due to their extremely high content of valuable nutrients. In addition to this, this mysterious root tuber is also often used as a valuable resource in dietary supplements.
Minerals and Nutrients from (vitamin)A to Z(inc)
The tubers of the Jerusalem artichoke plant best are known for their content of inulin - a complex sugar (polysaccharide). It also serves the resident lactic acid bacteria in the large intestine.
The Jerusalem artichoke contains a wide range of nutritional elements. The range of ingredients they contain include, but are not limited to:
Inulin - a complex sugar (polysaccharide)
Various B vitamins, including vitamin B1 (retinol), B2 (thiamine) and B3 (niacin)
Large amounts of vitamins A and C
Minerals and trace elements, most notably potassium, phosphorus and silica
All of these ingredients contained in the Jerusalem artichoke are involved in the regular and important daily functions of all parts of the human body. This spectacular ingredient originated from the American continent. Whilst it is native to Central America, it was also common to North America, before reaching Europe in the 17th century. They are now grown throughout Europe, particularly in France, Switzerland, the Netherlands and further abroad, forming the basis for several high quality supplements in both capsule and juice form.
Jerusalem Artichoke from nu3
You can be sure the Jerusalem artichoke from nu3 are the top products when it comes to organic quality, certified with the official organic certification from the EU, which is under protection of the environment. They are of the highest purity and stringent quality control for controlled cultivation. So order now at nu3 to try this product for yourself, experience the benefits of the nutrients and inulin and see why it is so popular.