Macadamia nuts grow on evergreen trees and were first discovered in Australia. Currently, they are also grown in Brazil, Zimbabwe and some areas of Asia.
Nuts are very tasty, have a sweet, creamy, slightly buttery flavor.
Macadamia nuts have many nutritional and health benefits and found a wide application in the kitchen and in the cosmetics industry.
Nuts are very caloric because they make up 70% fat, but mainly are healthy unsaturated fatty acids. Containing a high content of monounsaturated acids, especially oleic and palmitic acids, protect us against high cholesterol and improve the work of the circulatory system. Omega-7 fatty acids are involved in the production of enzymes, burning fat and reduce appetite. Omega-3 protect against osteoporosis and arthritis. Healthy fatty acids also support the work of the brain.
Phosphorus supports mineralization of bones and teeth. It improves the metabolism, and this causes better transport of nutrients. Calcium is the main building block of bones and teeth. Manganese is involved in the reconstruction of bone tissue, and acids
Copper helps in the production of neurotransmitters which brain cells use to transmit messages.
Flavonoids protect cells from damage and toxins. They neutralize the effect of free virgins, which are responsible for aging, as well as diseases such as breast, cervical and stomach cancer.
Dietary fiber, which supports slimming and supports the intestinal function.
A protein that is an important ingredient in your daily diet rebuilds muscles, improves the appearance of the skin, hair, and nails.
B vitamins, mostly niacin (otherwise B3 or PP) effectively protect us before depression, fatigue, and nervousness.
In addition, they also contain iron, calcium, selenium, copper, magnesium, and potassium, as well as vitamin E.
It’s proved, that macadamia nuts also allow you to control glucose levels, which is very cohesive for people with diabetes.
Macadamia nuts are eaten as a snack, added to salads or used to make creams for cakes.
Some people also use a macadamia oil to fry or as a dressing to salads.
Despite the great taste, macadamia nuts are more popular in the cosmetic industry. They can be found as one of the ingredients or as an independent product, which is macadamia oil.
Macadamia oil absorbs very well, so you can use it even for the day. It is especially indicated for people with dry and sensitive skin because it has amazing moisturising and regenerating properties. It is a natural sunscreen and this prevents photoaging.
Very popular in the fight against cellulite and diseases. It reduces the visibility of scars and accelerates wound healing.
Macadamia oil is hypoallergenic, it can also be used in children and infants.
This oil can be used as a massage oil in pure form or as a component of mixtures.
Macadamia oil also works well in hair care, especially dry and damaged hair. It absorbs very well and does not oily them like other oils. It can be used on the ends of hair. Just warm up a little in your hands and rub in the tips. Or use it for oiling hair. It is necessary to rub the heated oil in the hair and the scalp and leave it for a minimum of a few hours and then wash the hair with a delicate shampoo. A regular application will give them softness and restore the glow.
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