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Pecans Nutritional Benefits

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    Pecans Nutritional Benefits: Pecans are large, deciduous trees that belong to hickory group of family, known as Juglandaceae and botanically called as Carya
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 3, 2012
      Pecans Nutritional Benefits:

      Pecans are large, deciduous trees that belong to hickory group of family, known as Juglandaceae and botanically called as Carya illinoinensis. These plants are originated from Southern States of America and it is grown and cultivated commercially throughout the world for its nutritional benefits. Pecans produces edible dry fruits, which are delicious with buttery rich flavor enriched with essential phytonutrients, minerals, vitamins that contribute to promote good health.

      Pecans nutritional profile includes; pecans plants produce edible dry fruits and nuts, which are scientifically called as drupes, which generally available in autumn season. Pecans consist of Vitamins namely, niacin, folates, riboflavin, thiamin, pyridoxine, pantothenic acid, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Vitamin A, and minerals namely, zinc, phosphorous, selenium, iron, calcium, copper, magnesium, manganese, and electrolytes such as potassium and sodium, and anti oxidants like beta carotene, beta crypto xanthin, lutein, zeaxanthin, and good source of dietary fiber, proteins, carbohydrates, fats with zero cholesterol, provides good source of energy as well.

      Pecans Nutritional Benefits include; pecans nuts and fruits provide many health and nutritional benefits out of which let us discuss some of the health benefits of pecans nuts and fruits. The recent research studies conducted by Mayo clinic and The University of Florida attributed the following health benefits for pecans. Adding just handful of pecans to the daily diet, prevents heart disorders, strengthens immune system, and prevents cancer, because pecans are very rich in antioxidants. Pecans are free from cholesterol; it lowers LDL Cholesterol and reduces the risk of cardiovascular disorders, and improves heart health. Just one ounce of pecans is sufficient to meet the daily requirements of proteins to the body, and prevent protein deficiency.

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