I was in hospital after having suffered a miscarriage. My iron level in the blood was so low, at around 7 grams per deciliter. Normal levels are above 12. The doctor advised me to eat raw pistachio nuts. He specified to eat only raw and not roasted nuts, and so I did. I ate around a 1 kilo of nuts and at the end of the day I made it my job to finish the whole lot, as I desperately wanted to leave the hospital. The next day, my iron level was raised to above 10 grams per deciliter! The doctors couldn’t believe it, and they sent me home!
Mrs Esther Schwartz
I was very weak and faint for some weeks. I went for a blood check and found out my iron level was quite low. The doctor prescribed iron tablets, which I had to take once a day. I went to a friend and she suggested to me that I eat two tablespoons of Max Sesame Tahini and also 1 tablespoon of pistachio butter, as well as my iron tablets, so I thought I would try that. After another couple of weeks I went for a check-up. My iron levels were so high, the doctor asked me the secret. I told him, “As well as my iron tablets, I’m eating pre-sprouted, raw Max Sesame Tahini and pistachio butter.” I came off the iron tablets and now just continue with the tahini and pistachio butter. My iron levels are back to normal now!
Mrs. Rachel Smith
I had my blood sugar measured, and it was rather high, unfortunately. My doctor advised me to go on a low sugar diet, and also to eat pistachio nuts with a carbohydrate-rich meal such as pistachio nut butter on toast. Since pistachios have a low glycemic index, this would reduce my risk of getting diabetes. I tried Field of Nuts pistachio butter and after a few weeks went by, my next check-up showed a reduction in blood sugar levels, so I was very happy.
New York, NY