Macadamia nuts, a healthy and energetic natural snack. It is harvested from the Macadamia tree originating in Australia. Local people have used them since ancient times given the great nutritional properties of these nuts, so strange and particular to our eyes.
Macadamia nut is a very rich fruit. Our organism can benefit a lot from a moderate consumption of these nuts, obviously in the context of a more general healthy and balanced diet always associated also with movement. Like a lot of dried fruit, macadamia nuts are a and own pantry of vitamins and minerals. There are B vitamins and vitamin A as well as magnesium, calcium and phosphorus. Macadamia nut is naturally rich in monounsaturated fatty acids and this is undoubtedly its strong point that makes it a food so much healthy. Some flavonoids and other substances present in macadamia nuts are excellent antioxidants and help our body fight excess free radicals and therefore cellular aging. This is why walnuts Macadamia have always been considered by Australian Aborigines to be real elixirs of long life.
Thanks to the presence of fibers, these nuts help regulate the intestinal tract and help to keep cholesterol at bay. The Aborigines had not only found that the fruit was good to eat, but also that it had a significant amount of benefits for the body such as salts, vitamins A, B1 and B2, B3, B5, C and E, saturated fatty acids, amino acids and flavonoids. Macadamia nut has antioxidant properties, with a remarkable ability to slow down aging. They promote intestinal regularity as they are rich in fiber. They help counteract hypercholesterolemia because they are a good source of valuable fats. It also has anti-inflammatory properties, and relieves inflammation processes; they are satiating, and play an important role in the formation of the body muscles, connective tissue and blood;
They also protect against heart attacks and coronary heart disease; protect the skin and strengthen the hair; prevent osteoporosis and arthritis, promoting instead the good growth of bones and teeth as they are rich in calcium; help balance blood pressure; strengthen the immune system; they protect the nervous system from degenerative damage, are excellent against stress, menopause and premenstrual syndrome; and finally protect liver and kidneys thanks to vitamins B1 and B2.