- Protein champion (25%)!
- Healthy blood vessels and heart (resveratrol, potassium, magnesium, monounsaturated fatty
- Antioxidant & anti-ageing properties (vitamin E, resveratol).
- Good neurological/digestive system function.
- Improvement of the Metabolic rate of carbohydrates/fatty acids.
|Nutritional Facts||Per 100 g|
|Of which saturates||6,9g|
|Of which sugars||4,2g|
Underneath their shell lies a long Wild story!
The mysterious peanut has kept a secret from us for many centuries: it actually belongs to the legume family!
However, we will not hold any grudges and because of their nutritional value, peanuts are consid- ered amongst the foods that, even in small quantities, can provide vast amount of beneficial ele- ments. In Old Testament’s Genesis peanuts are described as precious gifts transferred by Jacob’s sons from Canaan to Egypt. So, give a gift to you, your most precious friend, and show yourself how precious they are to you.