Our hearth’s friends
Mono- and polyunsaturated fats are not only good for our organism, but also necessary to be in good health.
Among them, the most important ones are the linoleic (Omega 6) and the alfa-linoleic acid (Omega 3): so-called essential fats. They can’t be produced by our body; thus, we need to absorb them through our diet. Together with a well-balanced lifestyle, they maintain our cardiovascular system in good health: they regulate blood pressure while increasing good cholesterol (HDL) and decreasing bad cholesterol (LDL).
Seeds reduce the level of cholesterol, reinforce the immune system, fight against free radicals, help detoxing, decrease blood sugar levels and have alkalizing powers.
Omega 3, Omega 6, Omega 9, B vitamins, minerals, the vital energy contained in seeds and dried fruit is transferred in a cold-pressed oil.
For breakfast, as an energetic hunger-cruncher snack, to dress up salads, decorate your dessert, to have fun in the kitchen: it’s always the right time!
Make sure that your diet never lacks polyunsaturated(omega 3 and omega 6) and monounsaturated(omega 9) fatty acids, friends of the heart. Together with a well-balanced lifestyle, they maintain our cardiovascular system.
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- They reduce blood pressure
- They increase the good HDL cholesterol
- They slow down cellular aging
- They reduce bad LDL cholesterol
linoleic acid (omega 6) and alpha-linolenic acid (omega 3) are the most important fats, those that our body is unable to produce and that it is essential to take with food.
- They regulate the immune system
- They protect arterial tissues