Nam Xanh Pink Pepper Roasted Cashew 100G
While there is not a lot of data on the full nutritional value of pink pepper, there is a lot showing that they contain a variety of phenolic compounds that can have major health benefits. Analysis of pink peppercorns shows that they contain anthocyanins, bioflavonoids along with gallic acid.
- Anthocyanins: Anthocyanins are the pigments that provide colouring in red, blue and purple plants. They act as antioxidants and can have other effects, including anti-inflammatory and antiviral benefits.
- Bioflavonoids: This class of phenolic compounds is found in citrus fruits and in green tea. Like the anthocyanins above, they are effective antioxidants that are useful for protecting the body from damage by free radicals.
- Gallic acid: You can find gallic acid in a range of other foods, including sumac and watercress. Not only is it a powerful antioxidant, it has antibacterial and antiviral benefits as well.
- Dietary Fiber: Pink peppercorns are rich in dietary fiber. A 100 g serving can provide 33 g of fiber, which is 3 g more than the daily recommended intake for adults.