NESTLADY Black Truffle 30g

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  • Cholesterol free,Low in carbs

  • Control of Corneal Infections

  • Antioxidant Activity

  • Enhances immunity, fights aging, and combats fatigue.

  • Adding 2-3 pieces in daily soup enhances the rich aroma.

Black Truffles

About Black Truffles

The word truffle comes from the Latin word “tuber,” which means outgrowth. Historians trace it back to the early Egyptians, who ate them in goose fat. Truffles are black or white and are complex in flavor, which means they need to be paired with bland foods like steak or chicken. Outside of their flavorful bursts are their health benefits. 

Truffles have 2 grams of carbs and have 80.1 calories per serving (0.25). The main carbohydrates are derived from "glycogen and chitin or also called the fungus cellulose which is a functional proponent of the fungal cell wall. All the same, compared to other vegetables, truffles have lower proportions of carbohydrates," 

Truffles also contain up to 20 grams of fiber in a cup! Adults require a total of 25 to 38 grams of fiber a day to keep the body healthy. There are two different types of fiber – soluble and insoluble. Each type of fiber helps your body in different ways, so a normal healthy diet should include both types. Truffles are a soluble fiber, which will aid in digestion. 

High cholesterol has been linked to peripheral arterial disease, a disease of the blood vessels outside the heart and brain. High cholesterol is associated with an elevated risk of cardiovascular disease. "That can include coronary heart disease, stroke, and peripheral vascular disease. High cholesterol has also been linked to diabetes and high blood pressure,"

How To Use

Winter Black Truffles are best if used when cooking a dish, as their aroma and flavor are long-lasting, and will seep into your preparation.The French adore their Perigord Diamond when used in scrambled eggs and an omelet, as eggs easily assimilate the subtle earthy flavor of black truffles. This is also a very easy way of using black truffles, since it leaves almost no room for error. Plus, if you’re using preserved truffles, you can also use the truffle juice in the egg mixture, for even more of that yummy truffle flavor.Pasta, cuore! Indeed, shave, slice thinly, or grate over a hearty creamy pasta sauce, and prepare to reach heaven in one bite.Most tubers and vegetables with clean, fresh flavors contrast nicely with the intensely pungent essence of truffles, especially celery root, leeks.


Keep in dry, cool place and avoid direct sunlight.


If you have a medical condition or take pharmaceutical drugs please consult with your doctor before using this.

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