Pistachio is a native plant of Persia, known and cultivated by the ancient Hebrews and even then considered a valuable fruit.
Pistachio is a type of nut that is widely used as a savory snack, but actually its very special flavor lends itself to many recipes.
Pistachios are harvested every two years, between late August and October. Traditionally, in Italy, the harvest is done in odd years.
Pistachios: nutritional properties
Pistachios are rich in antioxidants and fight free radicals, the worst enemies of cellular aging. Pistachios are an excellent source of healthy fats, fiber and iron. Being rich in iron, they are ideal for those affected by anemia.
By consuming the recommended daily amount of pistachios (30 g) you will get the right amount of calories and energy without sacrificing taste.