Grana Padano is a great source of vitamins and minerals. The vitamin alphabet is almost complete. We find vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, B12, D3, PP and E. There is much more B12, important growth factor, in Grana Padano than in the majority of other foods, so much so that 50 g of this cheese cover 75% of the daily requirement needed by the human organism. Out of the minerals, calcium has the highest percentage: 100 g of Grana Padano contains 1.165 g which is the daily quantity an adolescent needs and is more than the minimum daily requirements. Grana Padano is rich in phosphorus, essential for developing learning abilities, iodine, of great importance for a perfectly working thyroid, and selenium. It also gives the human body important supplies of copper and zinc, believed to help in slowing down the cell ageing process and harden up and strengthen muscles, and then magnesium which is important for growing strong bones and associated with proteins becomes, indispensable for the activity of specific enzymes that regulate the metabolism.
Milk, salt, rennet, preservative: lysozyme from egg
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