Raw macadamia nuts in Abuja are a true nut lover’s delight! The uniquely flavorful and creamy taste of a raw macadamia nut in abuja is incomparable. These crunchy little guys are perfect for snacking, baking or adding to savory dishes like grilled mahi mahi. Macadamia nuts in abuja are also loaded with fiber and heart-healthy monounsaturated fats.
Health Benefits of Raw Macadamia Nuts
1) Heart-Healthy Fats: Nearly eighty percent of the fat found in raw macadamia nuts in abuja is monounsaturated, which can help lower LDL cholesterol levels and protect against heart disease. The macadamia nut is one of the few foods that contain palmitoleic acid, a monounsaturated fatty acid that may improve fat metabolism and reduce stored body fat.
2) Antioxidant Powerhouse: Just like other nuts and seeds, macadamia nuts in abuja are an excellent source of flavonoids (a phytochemical) and tocopherols (vitamin E). These protective antioxidant compounds can reduce the risk for heart disease and other conditions linked to premature aging.
3) Rich in Fiber: A single 1.1 ounce serving of raw macadamia nuts provides three grams of dietary fiber, which is about 11% of the recommended daily value for fiber. The fiber found in macadamia nuts supports a healthy digestive system.
The seeds (nuts) are a valuable food crop.
In a 100-gram amount, macadamia nuts provide 740 Calories and are a rich source (20% or more of the Daily Value, DV) of numerous essential nutrients, including thiamine(104% DV), vitamin B6 (21% DV), manganese (195% DV), iron (28% DV), magnesium (37% DV), and phosphorus (27% DV) (table). Macadamia nuts are 76% fat, 14% carbohydrates, including 9% dietary fiber, and 8% protein (table).
Compared with other common edible nuts, such as almonds and cashews, macadamias are high in total fat and relatively low in protein (table). They have a high amount of monounsaturated fats (59% of total content, table) and contain, as 17% of total fat, the monounsaturated fat, omega-7 palmitoleic acid.
The trees are also grown as ornamental plants in subtropical regions for their glossy foliage and attractive flowers. Macadamia species are used as food plants by the larvaeof some Lepidoptera species, including Batrachedra arenosella.