Shelled siberian pine nuts (Cedar nuts, pignolias)in vacuum pack 1000 g.33 fl.ozPine nuts, have a delicate sweet and nutty flavor. Blend pine nuts into a creamy pesto sauce, or add them to cookies and baked goods for a nutty crunch. Roasting the pine nuts will bring out their unique flavor to toss in salads, pastas, and other dishes.
Pine Nut Health Benefits
1) Oleic Acid: Pine nuts are an excellent source of monounsaturated fats, like oleic acid. Oleic acid is responsible for lowering LDL “bad” cholesterol levels, improving antioxidant activity, and supporting cardiovascular function.
2) Appetite Suppressant: A paper presented in 2006 at the American Chemical Society discussed the results of pinolenic acid on feelings of hunger. Researchers found that pinolenic acid stimulates the release of hormones that suppress hunger and provide a sense of fullness.
4) All-Around Health Nut: Pine nuts boast an impressive nutrient profile. They are an excellent source of protein, iron, dietary fiber, phosphorus, beta carotene, and vitamins B, E, & K. Adding a 1-oz. serving of pine nuts to your diet is a great way to enjoy their many health benefits.
Pine nuts contain 10–34% protein depending on species, with stone pine having the highest content. They are also a source of dietary fiber.
100 grams of dried pine nuts contains:
Carbohydrates: 13.08 g
Fats: 68.37 g
Fibers: 3.7 g
Protein: 13.69 g
Cholesterol: 0 mg
3) Manganese: Pine nuts are a rich source of manganese, an essential mineral that aids our body’s daily functions. Manganese plays a critical role in bone development, calcium absorption, blood sugar regulation, and other metabolic processes.
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