What is Pistachio?
That is to say, Iranian Pistachios have a rich nutrition value with unique flavor. Pistachio trees originally come from the Middle East, Persia (Iran), Syria, where dry lands and desert climates are available. This species belongs to cashew family of nuts originally.Iranian pistachios have a world-famous taste that is unrivaled. In addition, the taste advantage is enhanced by roasting pistachios at higher temperatures, made possible by higher unsaturated oil content. Also, high temperature roasting eliminates any bacterial contamination, which may be present in raw product.
Iranian Pistachio Types:
- Kaleh Ghoochi (Jumbo)
- Ahmad Achaea
Where to buy Pistachio?
Pistachio in shell and roasted or salty ones with highest energy level and competitive price is available in Livco for sale in 2019. Livco presents all types of Pistachio to markets in the best price as a natural and healthy product.
How to buy Pistachio?
Livco supply is supplier of several wholesalers, retailers and supermarkets in the EU. So in the web store and also on the other social medias of Livco the customers can make an order (whole sale, B2B or retail, B2C) and find fully information regarding the tasty products.
What are nutrition values for Pitachio?
With a 28-gram serving of pistachios containing the following:
Fat:12 grams (90% are healthy fats)
Potassium:8% of the RDI
Phosphorus:14% of the RDI
Vitamin B6:24% of the RDI
Thiamin:16% of the RDI
Copper:18% of the RDI
Manganese:17% of the RDI
What are health benefits of Pistachio?
In short the health benefit of pistachio nuts is not limited to taste and fun to eat, they’re also super healthy. Technically a fruit, these edible seeds of the Pistacia vera tree contain healthy fats and are a good source of protein, fiber and antioxidants. Similarly, they contain several essential nutrients and have benefits for weight loss, as well as heart and gut health.
Notably, pistachios are one of the most vitamin B6-rich foods around.
Vitamin B6 is important for several functions, including blood sugar regulation and the formation of hemoglobin, a molecule that carries oxygen in red blood cells.
Finally, Pistachios are also rich in potassium, with one ounce containing more potassium than half of a large banana.