Iranian Dried Fruit Products
Whole Pistachio Kernel
The pistachio kernel is a mixture of red and green throughout. The flavor and aroma of the product set it apart from other low-grade nuts and define and differentiate its quality. The most nutrient-dense brain in the world, this product is abundant in vitamins, protein, fiber, and antioxidants.
A tasty natural and practical snack for everyone, whole pistachios are one of the delectable pistachios with a reddish hue.
Pistachios and other high-fiber nuts are suggested for a diabetes diet. They not only assist in managing diabetes but also lessen the strain placed on type II diabetics’ hearts.
Pistachios have “good cholesterol” levels (HDL) that can lower LDL levels and lower the risk of heart disease. Additionally rich in fiber, pistachios are a food that is known for lowering blood cholesterol levels.
What kind of nutrition do pistachios provide?
Pistachios are 4% water, 45% fat, 28% carbohydrate, and 20% protein in their raw state. Pistachios are a great source of protein, dietary fiber, numerous minerals, and B group vitamins like thiamin and vitamin B6, and 100 grams of them have 562 calories. Calcium, riboflavin, vitamin B5, folate, vitamin E, and vitamin K are all moderately abundant in pistachios. Saturated and unsaturated fats are present in raw pistachios. Palmitic acid and stearic acid are two of their saturated fatty acids. Oleic acid makes over 51% of the total fat in pistachios, making it the most prevalent unsaturated fatty acid.
What advantages do pistachios have?
The US Food and Drug Administration originally asserted in July 2003 that certain nuts, particularly pistachios, specifically lower the risk of heart disease. Scientific data indicates that consuming 1.5 ounces (42.5 grams) of most nuts, such as pistachios, daily as part of a diet low in saturated fats and low in cholesterol will reduce the risk of heart disease. This claim was founded on this.