Chilgoza pine nuts the future of the nut life.

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Chilgoza, commonly known as pine nuts are grown on a pine tree (Pinus Gerardiana). These edible nuts with a crunchy, nutty and buttery flavour are clad by other names pignoli, pinyon, pinon nuts, cedar nuts and are largely grown the Western Himalayan region. Though there are more than 30 different species of pine nuts available, only 3 types are used for consumption.

Chilgoza is covered in a hard shell, the outer covering should be removed before consuming. For an extended shelf life always store the pine nuts with the shell.

Chilgoza is small and pleasantly delicious nut loaded with a dense nutrient profile such as monounsaturated fatty acids, proteins and antioxidants. The wealth of nutrients in chilgoza also includes essential vitamins B1, B2, C and minerals potassium, magnesium, phosphorus and a moderate amount of iron, calcium, zinc and manganese.

The host of healthy plant compounds present in chilgoza play a crucial role in lowering cholesterol, scavenges free radicals, lowering risk of heart disease and promoting weight loss.
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