- 100% natural product
- Wild harvest
- Made in Russia on oak press
- Lactose Free
Siberian cedar (Pinus sibirica), also known as Siberian pine, is called the king of the taiga. The cedar is a long-lived. Life expectancy is over 550 years, with open specimens of 800 years of age.
The legend says that at first, in Paradise, there were only amazingly beautiful trees - Cedar. When Lord cast out the first men for their transgressions, Adam hid in his palm three seeds of cedar, cypress and pine. Of these seeds all the forests of Earth have grown.
Cedar nuts are the edible seeds of some conifers of the Pinaceae family, genus Pinus.
Cedar nuts have been known to humans since ancient times. It is said that one of the most ancient healers - Avicenna, was familiar with their nutritional and healing properties.
Aromatic seeds not only give a wonderful exotic taste to any dish, but also have unique properties, expressed in a high content of vitamins and minerals, as well as more amino acids than meat and milk.
Pine nuts contain 61% oil, 20% protein, 12% carbohydrates. Siberian cedar nuts contain a large amount of vitamins and especially Vitamin E (tocopherol). Among the vitamin content are vitamins A, B, D, as well as trace elements such as manganese, zinc, cobalt and copper.
Regular consumption of pine nuts has a number of health benefits, including:
- Improves heart function;
- Supports effective weight loss;
- Natural source of antioxidants;
- Improves eye health;
- Excellent source of energy for the body;
- Improves skin health.
Siberian cedar nut muesli is an all-natural product, inspired and produced by ancient Russian technology. With a specially made wooden press, cedar nuts are pressed by hand and without contact with metal, thus avoiding oxidative processes and heating.
Siberian cedar nut muesli is extremely suitable for active sports, pregnant women (helps breastfeeding), adolescents and combines well with vegetarian and vegan diets, helps to restore the body after serious illnesses.
Nutritional values per 100 g:
Energy: 1801 kJ / 432 kcal
Fat: 19 g
of which saturated: 19 g
Carbohydrates: 33 g
of which sugars: 3 g
Protein: 31 g
Salt: 15 mg
Method of preparation:
Soak Siberian pine nuts muesli in a ratio of 2: 1 to 10: 1 in lukewarm water and leave for 30 minutes to several hours. Stir the resulting mixture for a few minutes. It can be sweetened with a natural sweetener.
Thanks to the pleasant taste and delicate aroma, it is easy to combine ready meals, salads, pastries, drinks, smoothies, etc.
Packing: 250 g