... regulates the digestion and calms the stomach.
... the content of Linoleic Acid (Omega 6) has a positive effect on high cholesterol levels.
... has a antioxidant effect. Vitamins E and C tighten skin, tissue and support the body's defences.
... helps her control blood pressure.
... the tiger is a good substitute for allergic persons. (no lactose and gluten)
... is also a pleasure for nut intolerance..
The Most advantageous properties include Tigernut to super foods. The Tigernut is 100 % natural and vegetable, covering all the needs of all ages.
For persons with lactose / milk allergy is the Tigernut an excellent alternative.
100 grams of Tigernut contain the following nutrients:
• 25 g fat, consisting of unsaturated fatty acids and similar to olive oil.
• 62 g carbohydrates: 33 g of fibre
• 8 G vegetable protein
It also contains
vitamins H (Biotin) and P (Bio-Flavonoid Rutin) and iron, chromium, copper,
manganese and zinc.
Overview of fatty acids and fatty acids per 100 grams:
700 mg potassium
60 mg magnesium
150 mg calcium
120 mg Phosphor
62 % simply unsaturated fatty acids
18 % polyunsaturated fatty acids
20 % saturated fatty acids