Bio wholemeal tahini
Tahini is a natural product which consists of 100% ground sesame with its husk (whole grain).
Greek product ground in a stone mill.
It is nutritious & fasting.
No additives, no preservatives.
Tahini contains many nutrients, valuable for human health.
10 reasons to eat tahini
Tahini is rich in sesame lignans and sesamol which seem to lower cholesterol.
It contains monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats that help lower cholesterol and also reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke.
It is a good source of calcium and magnesium, which lower blood pressure naturally.
It seems to have a protective effect on some hormone-dependent types of cancer.
Contributes to bone health due to its high magnesium content.
In clinical studies of arthritis it has been found that tahini improves pain and has no side effects of the drug administered in these cases.
Helps prevent and manage diabetes.
Their high fiber content makes it a valuable aid for better digestive function.
It is rich in copper which is necessary for the intake of iron, a key component of hemoglobin. Thus, we have better circulation and better functioning of the various organs of the body.
Its contribution to the health of the skin and hair as it contains significant amounts of zinc.
This is a very fine food choice, which while it may cost a little more in calories, however, is probably one of the most beneficial foods for the good health of our body.
Tahini is a completely natural product, derived from highly selected sesame seeds. These seeds are then dried and then mashed, creating a greasy cream, the tahini we all know.
Its name comes from the Turkish language, where it literally means "sesame pulp".
It is a nutritional treasure as tahini contains many nutrients, valuable for human health. More specifically, it is rich in proteins, vitamins (E, B1, B2, niacin, etc., amino acids and carbohydrates. Rarely does a single food manage to combine all these components, which are necessary for the proper functioning of the body and for For this reason, many consider tahini to be a superfood, where it benefits: tahini is rich in calcium phosphorus and magnesium.
See its benefits in the tab: Properties & benefits
See ways of use and recipes by Akis Petretzikis in the tab: How to use