Why Macadamia?

Macadamia Nut is the King of Nuts
Is the HARDEST, The most VALUABLE, The HEALTHIEST nut in The World

In a 100-gram amount, macadamia nuts provide 740 Calories and are a rich source (20% or more of the Daily Value , DV) of numerous essential nutrients , including thiamine (104% DV), vitamin B 6 (21%DV), manganese (195% DV), iron (28% DV), magnesium (37% DV), and phosphorus (27% DV). Macadamia nuts are 76% fat, 14% carbohydrates, including 9% dietary fiber, and 8% protein. Compared with other common edible nuts, such as almonds and cashews, macadamias are high in total fat and relatively low in protein. They have a high amount of monounsaturated fats (59% of total content) and contain, as 17% of total fat, the monounsaturated fat , omega-7 palmitoleic acid.

  • Helps maintain a good body shape and lose weight

Macadamia nuts may reduce hunger and promote feelings of fullness, which can benefit weight loss. The soluble fiber in macadamia nuts aids your digestion by feeding your beneficial gut bacteria. In turn, this can improve your gut health.

  • Supports bone, dental and hair health
  • Possesses an anti-aging effect that is used for skin care

Flavonoids, antioxidants, and a proper balance of essential fatty acids are just a few of the many anti-aging benefits of macadamia nut oil. A fantastic food supplement that will improve the condition of your hair and skin. The creamy taste and texture of macadamia is a key ingredient or garnish in many sweet and savory dishes. It is also popular in many vegan dishes as an alternative to milk and butter.

Our Food is Our Medicine:

Macadamia nuts are rich in vitamins, minerals, fiber, antioxidants and healthy fats.

Potential Benefits:

  • Strengthens immunity as well as increases
    resistance to viruses.
  • Promotes disease prevention

Macadamia nuts are loaded with flavonoids and tocotrienols, antioxidants that safeguard your body against cellular damage and disease.

  • Protection against diabetes, metabolic syndrome.
  • Supports the cardiovascular system and protects against heart disease.
  • Helps fight inflammation

Regularly eating tree nuts, including macadamia nuts, may reduce your risk of metabolic syndrome and contribute to lower, more stable blood sugar levels. Macadamia nuts are rich in heart-healthy monounsaturated fats. Eating small amounts each day may help reduce heart disease risk factors, such as high cholesterol and inflammation.

  • Macadamia Nuts might prevent cancer

Macadamia nuts comes from their flavonoids (the same compounds that give red wine its healthful claim to fame). Flavonoids are compounds naturally found in plants. They help repair damaged plant cells and protect the plant from environmental toxins. When we eat these plants, our bodies turn the flavonoids into antioxidants. Antioxidants search for and destroy free radicals (destructive particles in the body that cause heart disease and other conditions). As a result, the flavonoids help lower blood pressure and protect against some forms of cancer.