Not only are the Dry Roasted Shelled pistachio with Sea Salt tasty, and fun to eat, they’re also super healthy. Technically a fruit, these edible seeds of the Pistacia vera tree contain healthy fats. They are a good source of protein, fiber and antioxidants. They also contain several essential nutrients and have benefits for weight loss, as well as heart and gut health. Interestingly, people have been eating pistachios since 7,000 BC. Nowadays, they’re very popular in many dishes, including ice cream and desserts. These Dry Roasted Shelled Pistachios with sea salt are loaded With Nutrients. Pistachios are very nutritious, with a one-ounce (28-gram) serving of about 49 pistachios. Notably, pistachios are one of the most vitamin B6-rich foods around. Vitamin B6 is important for several functions, including blood sugar regulation. The formation of hemoglobin, a molecule that carries oxygen in red blood cells.
Are also rich in potassium, with one ounce containing more potassium than half of a large banana. Pistachios, commonly famous by the name ‘Pista‘ in (Hindi,Gujarati,Marathi,Punjabi). Also known as ‘Pistha Pappu‘ in Telugu is from Western Asia. It is mostly also available in the Mediterranean region. The nutrient rich pistachio is a nut.
They prevent cell damage and play a key role in reducing the risk of disease, such as cancer. Pistachios contain more antioxidants than most nuts and seeds. In fact, only walnuts and pecans contain more. In one four-week study, participants who ate either one or two servings of pistachios per day had greater levels of lutein and γ-tocopherol, compared to participants who did not eat pistachios. Among nuts, pistachios have the highest content of lutein and zeaxanthin, both of which are very important antioxidants for eye health. Furthermore, two of the most abundant antioxidants in pistachios — polyphenols and tocopherols — may help protect against cancer and heart disease.
This product can expose you to cadmium which is known to the state of California to cause birth defects, cancer, and other reproductive harm.
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