Seedy-Kick Pistachio Butter - Nut Butter

Jul 18, 18
By Inesa Slevaite
Health Pistachios

Our Seedy-Kick Pistachio Butter is the healthiest out of our pistachio butter range. We’ve packed this nut butter full of seeds, pistachios and added a dash of coconut cream and salt. Dollop your Seedy-Kick Pistachio Butter into your porridge or marinate your veggies with it, it’s so diverse you’ll find yourself adding it to everything! The name says it all, this nut butter gives you a real kick of energy – you could call say it’s a superfood, it’s nutritionally crammed! I’ve listed below the nutritional benefits of each of the seeds we’ve packed into this nut butter so you can see how good it really is.

Pumpkin seeds
♥ Blood Pressure
Studies have shown that pumpkin seeds can help regulate blood pressure as part of a healthy diet.

♥ A source of Vitamins & Nutrients
Pumpkin seeds are a great source of protein and unsaturated fats (the good fats). They’re also packed full of nutrients, such as, iron, selenium, calcium, vitamin B and beta-carotene, which the body amazingly converts into vitamin A.

sunflower seeds
♥ High in vitamin E and Folate
Sunflower seeds are high in vitamin E have been linked to lowering the risk of death from cardiovascular disease. Sunflower seeds also contain folate, which has been shown to help cardiovascular health throughout a person’s lifetime (only if they keep sunflower seeds in their diet, of course).

♥ Source of Magnesium
Magnesium doesn’t just help bones keep bones strong and healthy, it also aids in respiratory function, heart health, and reducing PMS tension.

flax seeds
♥ Flaxseeds Are a Rich Source of Lignans, Which May Reduce Cancer Risk
Lignans feature in a variety of plants, they’re an antioxidant and have estrogen properties, both of which can help lower the risk of cancer and improve health.

♥ Rich in Fibre
Flaxseeds contain two types of dietary fibre: soluble and insoluble. Soluble fibre is slow releasing and aids in the consistency of the contents travelling through your intestine. Insoluble fibre help stools become soft, binds them and increases their bulk, this is something you’ll definitely benefit from if you suffer from constipation.

♥ Nutrient packed
Flax seeds are loaded with all kinds of nutrition, such as Protein, Omega-3 fatty acids, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B6, Folate, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus and Potassium. If you’re leading a plant-based diet then flaxseeds can be one your best source of omega-3 fats, which is essential to a happy healthy body.

As well as all the above nutritional benefits there’s also the added nutritional benefits from our pistachios, which of course, is the main ingredient of this nut butter (and all our others too). If you’re interested in becoming a pistachio expert then this blog post will help you get started.

Use our hashtag, #nutsaboutborna, to show us here at Borna HQ what you’ve been doing with your Borna products.

Emma Langston, Content Writer at Borna Foods

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