- Vitamin E – Helps prevent oxidation of the polyunsaturated fats
- Oleic Acid (mono-unsaturated fatty acid) – helps to lower cholesterol
- Folate – responsible for a decreased risk of neural tube birth defects and it reduces depression
- Helps lower cholesterol level. Reduce the incidence of coronary heart disease
- Have high dietary fibre (around 7%). Contain no cholesterol.
- Good source of vitamins and minerals essential in a healthy diet. Includes potassium, phosphorus, magnesium and calcium
- Fiber - helps to clean out the gastrointestinal system, allowing the colon to work at greater levels of efficiency
- Vitamin B - important B-complex groups of vitamins such as riboflavin, niacin, thiamin, pantothenic acid, vitamin B-6, and folates. Together, these vitamins work as co-factors for the enzyme metabolism inside the human body
- Vitamin E - is a powerful lipid soluble antioxidant, required for maintaining the integrity ofcell membrane of mucus membranes and skin by protecting it from harmful oxygen-free radicals.
- Oleic acid along with phenolic antioxidants - helps to prevent coronary artery disease and strokes
- Calcium - Promoting Bone and Teeth Health
- Magnesium - can effectively reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, arthritis, Alzheimer’s disease, and other inflammation-related health ailments. helps lower blood pressure
- Phosphorus – helps prevent muscle pain following exercise.
- Zinc – Helps strengthen the immune system
- Vitamin E - is a powerful lipid soluble antioxidant, required for maintaining the integrity of cell membrane of mucus membranes and skin by protecting it from harmful oxygen-free radicals.
- Magnesium & Potassium - helps the body maintain a healthy blood pressure and heart rate.
- The glycaemic index is a measure of how your body handles sugar. Foods are given a score as to how they compare to glucose.
- Glucose has a score of 100.
- High-glycaemic foods, such as white bread, will have a score of 70 and above.
- Medium-glycaemic foods, such as raisins, will have a score of 56-69.
- Low-glycaemic foods, such as peanuts, will have a glycaemic index of 55 or lower.
- Over time, the consumption of high-glycaemic foods with a value over 70 will reduce your ability to control blood sugar and may lead diabetes. It is best to limit the consumption of foods that have a glycaemic index over 70.
- Diabetics who eat nuts along with foods with a
- high-glycaemic index such as white rice
- Could potentially slow their absorption of carbohydrate
- stabilizing blood glucose levels.
- Sucrose from plant converted into trehalose, mannitol by fungus
- Estimates that up to 10% (or more) of photosynthate produced by trees is passed to mycorrhizae and other rhizosphere organisms
- Rich in protein, vitamins D, B1 & B2, a variety of amino acids, lysine and leucine and a large number of fibres, potassium, magnesium and sodium
- Vitamin A is also required for maintaining integrity of mucusa and healthy skin (elasticity and firmness), and essential for healthy vision.
- Furthermore, consumption of natural fruits rich in flavonoid anti-oxidants helps to protect from lung and oral cavity cancers
- Helps nourishing hair from inside out with the helps from GL, promoting softness, strength and healthy growth
- Having healthy skin (elasticity and firmness)