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Macadamia species!




Macadamia is a dried fruit, grown in tropic countries, much appreciated, which can be used both for food and in the cosmetics industry. Macadamia nuts are rich in nutrients such as healthy fats, fibers, proteins, vitamins, calcium, etc. In addition, it improves the functioning of metabolism, protects the heart and aids in weight loss.

“Currently, there are ten species cataloged. However, in addition to Macadamia integrifolia, which has the best tasting nut, Macadamia tetraphyla and Macadamia ternifolia are the only edibles. "


Macadamia integrifolia: native to New South Wales and Australia, it has perennial leaves with jagged margins. The seed, rich in oil, contributes to cholesterol reduction.

Macadamia tetraphyla: native to southern and northern Australia, the tree has a dense foliage with toothed margins that can reach up to 18 meters in height.

Macadamia ternifolia: also native to Australia, the tree can reach up to 8 meters in height, its leaves being narrowly oval.


Macadamia is very appreciated for its properties, considered one of the finest fruits in the world, it has no cholesterol and its levels of saturated fat are very low .... in short, it is only good for those who consume and use it. Include it in your life, getting all the benefits it can provide.

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