Nectarines are variants of the peach collected during the summer. They have a high water content. Carbohydrates are the second major nutrient, and contain only protein and lipids.
Among the minerals, its contribution of potassium is noteworthy, although others also present such as magnesium and phosphorus. As for vitamins, nectarines has vitamins A, C, B3 and folic acid in significant quantities. These fruits have a fairly high sugar content, twice as much as peaches, so you have to control their intake in case of diabetes.
Vitamin C present in its composition helps the body to effectively absorb iron and maintain the functions of the immune system. It is also vital for the production of collagen, a component for the skin and very important in the stages of growth and development of the body, and in case of tissue damage is part of the scar tissue.
On the other hand, it is one of the fleshy fruits that greater amount of vitamin B3 has. This vitamin is involved in the metabolism of nutrients and helps reduce blood cholesterol levels, as it enhances their degradation.