UKWAZI macadamias truly are a better nut. Not only are they delicious, these fresh, crunchy nuts are packed with nutrients, making them a healthy snack and quality ingredient for baking or cooking.
Studies have linked macadamia nut consumption to improved blood lipid profiles and reduced coronary risk due to its high levels of monosaturated (good) fat.
Macadamias have high levels of fiber and monosaturated fat, both of which promote digestive health and provide a feeling of fullness, while metabolizing more rapidly than other types of fats.
Macadamias contain simple carbohydrates in the form of natural sugars, which supply energy to the body. A handful of macadamias are the perfect snack for a quick boost of energy when you’re on the go (and a much healthier option than a candy bar).
Macadamias are an excellent source of protein, which is vital for building muscle structure and connective tissues.
Macadamias are rich in Iron, Potassium, Phosphorus, Magnesium and Calcium. They also contain significant levels of Zinc, Copper and Selenium. The most significant vitamins are: Vitamin E, Thiamine (B1), Riboflavin (B2) and Niacin.