There are foods that provide us with vitamins and give us the energy we need for the day. This is the role of spinach, which is one of the most useful green leafy vegetables . Its ingredients are good for improving vision, maintaining normal blood pressure levels, supporting bone mineralization, protecting the skin from infections and are beneficial against atherosclerosis. 
The benefits of spinach are due to the large presence of minerals in it - potassium, manganese, zinc, magnesium, iron and calcium. It is also a source of vitamins such as folic acid, niacin, vitamin A , vitamin B6, vitamin C. Other important elements are thiamine and riboflavin. Vegetables are also rich in pigments such as beta carotene, lutein, xanthene and chlorophyllin (due to its color). In addition, it is very low in fat. 
Whether consumed raw or processed, spinach has many positive properties that play an important role in various processes in the body.

Improves vision

It is beta carotene , lutein and xanthene that take care of the health of vision . The first pigment has some anti-inflammatory properties that can reduce puffiness, irritation or dryness in the eyes.

Helps with neuroses

Potassium, folate and various antioxidants have some known neurological benefits for people who consume them regularly. The body can get them through spinach. Vegetables are recommended for people who are at risk of neurosis or cognitive disorders. Potassium, for example, supports brain health, so it is also useful in Alzheimer's disease .

Maintains blood pressure

The high content of potassium and at the same time the low level of sodium are useful in patients with high blood pressure, because the first mineral lowers it, and the second - raises it. Folate, found in spinach, also helps reduce hypertension and relieves blood vessels while maintaining proper blood flow. As high blood pressure and vascular and arterial tension decrease, the stress experienced by the cardiovascular system also decreases.

Helps in bone mineralization

Spinach is also a good source of vitamin K , which helps retain calcium in the bone matrix and thus leads to bone mineralization. Other minerals such as manganese, copper, magnesium, zinc and phosphorus also maintain bone and dental health, preventing osteoporosis.

Improves metabolic processes

Many doctors recommend the consumption of spinach to people who have metabolic problems. The protein contained in vegetables breaks down enzymes into amino acids that are essential for humans. They support the development and growth of muscles, encourage all organs and systems to function at an optimal level.

It acts as an anti-inflammatory

Many studies show that spinach and some other vegetables have the ability to protect the lining of the stomach from ulcers. Glycocyclorolipids found in spinach can increase the strength of the lining of the digestive tract , thus preventing unwanted inflammation in that part of the body that can cause harm.