Nuts - real sugar stabilisers
Rich in proteins and other valuable nutrients
A true nut, botanically speaking, is a hard-shelled pod that contains both the fruit and seed of the plant, where the fruit does not open to release the seed. Examples of true nuts are chestnuts and hazelnuts. But there are also others that are called nuts but are not true nuts botanically speaking, such as almonds and walnuts. All these together fall under the category of "food nuts" and are suitable for human consumption. Nuts are true sugar stabilisers and, because of their valuable nutrients, also contribute to many other positive processes in the body. Examples of food nuts are beechnuts, cashews, hazelnuts, macadamia nuts, almonds, chestnuts and pistachios, among others. Take a look around and let yourself be inspired by our large selection.