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Broken in shape and half white in color and are usually used in making ice cream and cakes.
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This quality of walnuts is half white in color and would be difference in taste as compared to the premium quality but the health benefits are almost same.
Pine nuts contain 10–34% protein. Pine nuts are rich in Vitamins A and lutein, both of which are known to support the sharper vision.They contain heart-friendly monounsaturated fat.
Pine nuts build stronger bones due to their Vitamin D content. They boost immunity because they’re rich in Vitamin C. Pine nuts contain linoleic acid, which makes you feel fuller faster, and thus aids in weight loss. They are a good source of iron, which is good for the circulatory and nervous system.
Pine nut fights free radicals. The protein and magnesium in pine nuts make them an excellent source of energy.
Almond nuts are rich sources of vitamins, and minerals and packed with numerous health promoting phytochemicals. The nuts are an excellent source of vitamin E; hold about 25 mg per 100 grams (about 170% of RDA). Vitamin E is a powerful lipid soluble antioxidant. It protects and restores cell membrane integrity of mucosa and skin from harmful effects of oxygen free radicals.