03.04.2020 12:41

Macadamina nut are classified as one of the most delicious kinds of seeds in the world and they have a lot of nutrients. For those reasons, Macadamina nut is called as a "Queen" in seeds. Uses of Macadamina nut in beautifying and boosting health are proved by scientists.


It's Highly Nutritious


Macadamina nut are very nutritious as a good source of carbs and protein, is low in fat and contains a fair amount of fiber. It's also high in some essential vitamins and minerals, such as vitamin C, copper and iron.


Furthermore, it contains various plant compounds, including antioxidants, polyphenols, acid amin, flavon and selen. Especially, macadamina nut contains many kinds of carbohydrate such as sucrose, fructose, glucose and maltose. They also contain a number of plant sterols such as sitosterol, campestrol, ergosterol, brassicasterol, and ergostadienol. Plant sterols are naturally occurring molecules that closely resemble cholesterol, and can lower ‘bad, LDL cholesterol levels by interfering with cholesterol absorption in the small intestine. Consequently, macadamina nut can guard us from atherosclerosis and other cardiovascular diseases associated with LDL cholesterol build-ups. 


Good for heart health, especially old people 



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Macadamina nut reduces the risk of heart diseases


According to many researches, 100% macadamina nut does not contain cholesterol that are really good for our health. Moreover, they prevent increasing the amount of bad cholesterol. 


Rich in AntioxidantsMacadamina nut acts as a natural antioxidant, boosting levels of antioxidants like glutathione and superoxide dismutase in the body. Antioxidants help neutralize harmful free radicals, fighting off chronic disease and preventing damage to cells.

One test-tube study in 2014 demonstrated that polysaccharides extracted from macadamina nut had high antioxidant activity and were effective in fighting free radical damage. 


Supports losing weight without uncomfor

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Palmitoleic acid in macadamina nut supports process of converting the lipid


Many people think macadamina nut has much of lipid and cholesterol that is not good for our diets. Actually, the amount of lipid in maca is unsaturated fat so it not only helps lose weight but also improves our health. Macadamina nut are rich in acid palmitoleic, acid omega providing the structure bulding enzyme and controlling your hungry feeling. Especially, acid palmitoleic supports process of converting the lipid and reduces amount of fat in bodies. Besides, fatty acid in maca helps people not feel hungry, starving and uncomfortable when they are on a diet.


High in protein


Macadamina nuts are comprised of approximately 10 % protein, which is as high as some vegetable seeds. Protein is needed for building and repairing tissue, among numerous other roles.


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Macadamina nuts can be used as an ingredient in cooking


Rich in fiber


Macadamina nut contains up to 7% fiber such as complex carbohydrate, soluble fiber and insoluble fiber. Fiber supports our intestine and stomach, and other conditions related to digestion. Children usually have trouble with constipation, so mother should add more macadamina nut into daily meals to improve children’s health.


Improve bone health


Phosphor in macadamina nut plays an important role in the process of mineralizing of bones, teeth and metabolism in bodies. Manganese in macadamina nut forms new bones and maintain bone health, especially old people. Omega 3 in macadamina nut supports osteoporosis and reduce many of related symptoms


Improve Learning and Memory

Macadamina nut may improve brain function. In fact, it has traditionally been used by natives in Peru to improve children's performance in school. In animal studies, macadamina nut has improved learning and memory in rodents that have memory impairment. In this regard, black mac damina nut appears to be more effective than other varieties