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Pistachios: a vitamin-rich oilseed!

Pistachio is originally from Southwest Asia and is part of the oilseed family, being the one with the highest amount of lutein and zeaxanthin. It is also one of the richest foods in vitamin B6 and potassium.

Pistachios can make a difference in the health of those who consume, protecting the health of the eyes, the heart and preventing a series of diseases. It has many health benefits such as:

- Improvement in digestion, due to its high amount of fibers; - Improves the appearance of the skin since it is rich in vitamin E, which acts to protect the skin; - Protects the brain since it is an excellent source of vitamin B6, protective of the health of the nervous system; - It can anti-inflammatory, thanks to its minerals and antioxidants, etc.

How and how much to consume? Pistachio is delicious, crunchy and easy to consume anywhere. The recommended is to eat about 20 to 30 grams of pistachio a day, being eaten raw or added to some recipe, toasted, salted, in the form of ice cream, sweets, among others.


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