Baru Seed (Dipteryx alata Vog) is native to the Brazilian Cerrado, one of the regions with the highest biodiversity in the world!


Baru Seed (Dipteryx alata Vog) is native to the Brazilian Cerrado, one of the regions with the highest biodiversity in the world!


Not as popular as Brazil nuts or Cashews, but more powerful the Baru Seed has a high concentration of protein, rich healthy fatty acids, magnesium, zinc and iron, it has a low calorific value when compared to other nuts and a unique flavor.

Not as popular as Brazil nuts or Cashews, but more powerful the Baru Seed has a high concentration of protein, rich healthy fatty acids, magnesium, zinc and iron, it has a low calorific value when compared to other nuts and a unique flavor.

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The super seed


 
25% protein per 100gr
58% more protein than cashews
213% more fiber than peanuts
The super seed
25%

protein per 100gr

58%

more protein than cashews

213%

more fiber than peanuts

The healthiest one-of-a-kind seed

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Properties

  • • Rich in bioactive compounds, such as phenolic compounds
  • • High content of quality protein (up to 30%)
  • • Oleic and linoleic acid and healthy fatty acids
  • • High levels of antioxidant
  • • High in iron, zinc and dietary fiber
  • • Low caloric level
  • • Anti-inflammatory
  • • High nutrient density
  • • Allergen-free
  • • Non-GMO high satiability level
  • • High satiability index
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Benefits

  • • According to studies Exerts a protective effect against oxidative stress related to diabetes, cancer, cardiovascular and neurodegenerative diseases.
  • • Excellent option for a healthy diet due to its high source of protein and dietary fibers.
  • • High digestibility
  • • School safe
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Utilities

  • • Ready to eat snacks
  • • Flavored snacks
  • • Sweets Flours
  • • Protein foods
  • • Granolas
  • • Cereals
  • • Butters
  • • Vegetable milks
  • • Oils
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Properties

  • • Rich in bioactive compounds, such as phenolic compounds
  • • High content of quality protein (up to 30%)
  • • Oleic and linoleic acid and healthy fatty acids
  • • High levels of antioxidant
  • • High in iron, zinc and dietary fiber
  • • Low caloric level
  • • Anti-inflammatory
  • • High nutrient density
  • • Allergen-free
  • • Non-GMO high satiability level
  • • High satiability index
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Benefits

  • • According to studies Exerts a protective effect against oxidative stress related to diabetes, cancer, cardiovascular and neurodegenerative diseases.
  • • Excellent option for a healthy diet due to its high source of protein and dietary fibers.
  • • High digestibility
  • • School safe
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Utilities

  • • Ready to eat snacks
  • • Flavored snacks
  • • Sweets Flours
  • • Protein foods
  • • Granolas
  • • Cereals
  • • Butters
  • • Vegetable milks
  • • Oils

Protein

Baru Seeds
25,1g

Other nuts*
15,2g

 

Orac Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity

Other nuts*
6,1

Baru Seeds
21,1

Total Fat

Other nut*
60,9g

Baru Seed
27,6g

 

Magnesium

Milk
27mg

Baru Seeds
178mg

* Average - Castanha do Brasil, Cast. Cajú, Amêndoas, Amendoim, Pecans, Macadâmi, Nozes
Fonte: 1- USDA National Nutrient Database for Standad Reference - Release 28 / 2-HIEH Laboratories & Consulting Group.

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Mapa Brasileiro

The Cerrado is the
world's most biologically
rich savanna.

The Cerrado is the
world's most biologi-
cally rich savanna.

It has over 10,000 species of plants, of which 45% are exclusive to
the Cerrado, and it streches it across nearly 500 million acres of
Brazil - an area nearly three times the size of Texas. Equivalent to
25% of the Brazilian territory the Cerrado also feeds three of the
major water basins in South America: the Amazon, Paraguay and
São Francisco Rivers.
According to a recent study of Conservation International, they may disappear by 2030.


It has over 10,000 species of plants, of which 45% are
exclusive to the Cerrado, and it streches
it across nearly 500 million acres of Brazil - an area nearly
three times the size of Texas. Equivalent to 25% of the
Brazilian territory the Cerrado also feeds three of
the major water basins in South America: the
Amazon, Paraguay and São Francisco Rivers.
According to a recent study of Conservation Interna
tional, they may disappear by 2030.

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