According the PREDIMED study, nuts can reduce blood cholesterol and decreases by 30% the risk of cardiovascular disease. (Ask your Doctor)

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What we know of Grown Nuts?

  • Half of the contents are healthy fats that help us to reduce bad cholesterol and increase good cholesterol. The Nuts provide us with unsaturated fats, very beneficial to the body.
  • Contain antioxidants (vitamin E and C) that are essential to combat the action of free radicals, substances responsible for degenerative diseases and aging.
  • Due to its content of B Vitamins group, are recommended to relieve fatigue, stress or PMS. They contain acid folic, recommended for pregnant women and baby’s development.
  • Provide energy, fiber and are low in saturated fat.
  • A source of vegetable protein, antioxidants, vitamins and many bioactive substances such as flavonoids.
  • They also provide the body with magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, iron and trace minerals such as zinc and selenium.