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Nutritive properties of pine nuts

The pine nuts are seeds with exceptional nutritive properties, rich in vitamins and minerals essential for the health of our body.

The pine nuts are seeds with exceptional nutritive properties, rich in vitamins and minerals essential for the health of our body.

High caloric intake, but absence of cholesterol

The pine nuts are rich in fatty acids, in particular monounsaturated which, according to numerous studies, help to lower cholesterol levels by decreasing the risk of heart attacks.

High content of proteins and phosphorus

which play an important role in cell turnover and energy production mechanisms. For this reason pine nuts are particularly suitable for those who follow a vegetarian or vegan diet, but also for those who practice sports.

High antioxidant content

able to slow down the aging process by destroying and attacking free radicals present in the body.

Absence of gluten (Gluten Free)

pine nuts do not contain gluten and are therefore indicated in the preparation of food for coeliacs and are a valid alternative in the diet of people with food allergies to wheat.

GMO Free

pine nuts do not contain genetically modified organisms because the raw material is a product of natural origin only, not GMOs.

Eyes

Vitamin A (in the form of beta-carotene): an important vitamin able to help daily maintaining optimal health of our eyes. The pine nuts also contain lutein, a powerful antioxidant essential for many eye diseases prevention as macular degeneration and cataracts.

Immune and scheletrical system

Vitamins C: the presence of vitamin C helps to strengthen the immune system, while vitamin D helps the bones to strengthen.

Cardio-circulatory system

Vitamin K: helps to regulate blood coagulation and it is a valuable aid to reduce intestinal cramps and menstrual cramps.

Delaying cell phone aging

Vitamin E: it is a powerful antioxidant able to slow down the aging process by destroying and attacking free radicals present in the body. The pine nuts contain 9.33 mg. For 100 g. (about 62% of the daily RDA).

Checking the body weight

Scientific studies show that pinoleic acid contained in pine nuts can be an effective suppressor of appetite, even if for a short time. In fact it works by triggering the release of two hunger suppressor hormones such as cholecystokinin and glucagon peptides, which help to reach a sense of satiety.

Energy

Magnesium: mineral known for its beneficial properties that help to fight against fatigue, to recover energy, to fight muscle cramps and relieve tensions.

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