The good taste is good! The Bronte Pistachio Green is known and appreciated throughout the world. Bronte pistachios, commonly called "green gold" for its beautiful emerald, is the main economic resource of the town of Etna, with about 4000 hectares of land lava of specialized production (of which 415 fall in Etna Park ), it is the main growing area (more than 80% of the regional surface) of Sicily. Compared to other quality cultivated in the Mediterranean and the Americas, the pistachio has its own color, quality and organoleptic characteristics which make it unique in the world for its sweet taste (that the fruit produced elsewhere have not) and for his unequaled and intense color. It was the Arabs who introduced the pistachio during the rule of the island around 902, that just at the slopes found the natural breeding ground for lush growth and unique. In a sciaroso and difficult terrain are born pistachio commonly known as "lochia" in which the farmer Bronte, a lava soil fertilized continuously volcanic ash, has reclaimed and transformed the lava flows of Etna in an unusual earthly paradise in which lurks the rare miracle of a plant that was born from the rock, creates vivid and precious fruits of the finest quality. Cultivated with PDO denomination in Sicily (as Bronte, named Slow Food Presidium), pistachios are rich in vitamin A, B1 (or thiamine), B2, B3, B5, B6, C, E as well as iron, phosphorus and manganese, potassium, rame.Grazie to its content of vitamin E, especially gamma-tocopherol, the favorisconola cardiovascular protection pistachios. A natural aid indicated especially for the well-being of the heart. Their content of monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats also favors lowering bad cholesterol (LDL) in the blood. Their beneficial action proves particularly effective for diabetes type 2. As announced during the recent International Congress of Nutrition in Granada, pistachios would play an important role in reducing the risks. A very important help pistachios it finally provide in terms of the fight against cancer. In particular against that of the pancreas, as well as in the case of breast cancer, this dried fruit would provide an effective and preventive activities. (Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School in Boston).
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