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Probably nectarines became known in Europe as early as the late Renaissance when sailors began to import them in different countries. In America and eastern countries, they have been known for a long time – for about two thousand years.
Kids love nectarines and this is great: it is enough to have a snack of a few fruit and they would not think of food until noon because nectarines not only satiate and provide energy, but also supply child's body with nutrients. In composition nectarines are like peaches, however, in levels of certain types of vitamins and minerals are ahead of them. They have more iron, phosphorus, potassium, vitamin C and vitamin A is more than doubled.

Nectarines are rich in vitamin E, vitamin D, calcium and magnesium, they also contain sodium, sulfur, organic acids and natural sugars, pectin and other nutrients. Nectarines are low in calories - about 50 kcal per 100g, so it is quite possible to be used during a diet or detox diet.