Pistachios are the healthiest snacks in the world


Pistachios are the healthiest snacks in the world
Nuts are generally tasty and have a beneficial effect on the brain and the whole organism. The nut mix is ​​a great choice of snacks (e.g. almonds, walnuts, hazelnuts, pistachios, cashews) or choose just one type. Pistachios strengthen the immune system, protect the heart, make the skin healthy and beautiful, and regulate body weight.
Homemade yogurt with pistachios
In 250 ml of yogurt add 2 tablespoons of pistachios, one tablespoon of chia seeds, one tablespoon of flax seeds and spices as desired. Leave for about 20 minutes but not too long because chia seeds swell quickly. This breakfast starts digestion and fills the body with nutrients and good energy.
Pistachios can be snacks or an addition to yogurt, soups, salads, ice cream and other savory and sweet dishes. A specialty is baklava with pistachios.


Pistachios are extremely healthy. They contain vitamins A, B6, C and E, which are important for the work of the heart, strengthening the immune system, protection from harmful radiation, prevention of cancer and preservation of the nervous system. Pistachios are also rich in fiber necessary for the health of the digestive tract. They are a good source of magnesium, iron, calcium, phosphorus, zinc, sodium, manganese, potassium and copper. Pistachios help people who suffer from muscle cramps or have a lack of iron in the blood. They speed up the metabolism and have a beneficial effect on the regulation of body weight. Pistachios quickly create a feeling of satiety due to the proportion of fiber, protein and fat. With pistachios you should definitely be moderate even though they have fewer calories than other nuts. The best choices are unpeeled pistachios.






    • Dear picpholio,

      Yes, me too. I also love the taste of pistachio with a little bit of salt. Sometimes we just forget how some food can be delicious. Many thanks for your comment. wish you the best.


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