April 30, 2013
LOS ANGELESThe newly launched pistachio website, PistachioHealthInstitute.org, offers a one-stop solution for people interested in pistachios, from healthy snackers to healthy professionals, food writers and nutrition researchers. The new website was introduced at the 29th Annual Sports, Cardiovascular and Wellness Nutrition Symposium in Chicago, Ill.
The main page of the site features three tabs, the first titled, For the People, was developed for consumers. It offers visitors the opportunity to submit nutrition-related questions in its "Ask the Expert" section and keeps visitors up-to-date on the latest trends and developments in its "Health Nut Blog" section. Also featured are interactive tools including a nut tree chart showing the nutrient content of pistachios compared to other tree nuts and an illustrative body model showing the nutritional health benefits pistachios have on the body. A glossary also offers definitions of nutrition-relate terms as well as healthy pistachio recipes from entrees to desserts. The site's "media room" offers consumers and health writers pistachio fact sheets, press releases and an image library.
The second tab titled, For the Pros, is a straightforward educational resource to health professionals seeking the latest information on pistachios. It offers research studies and factual information on heart health, weight management and nutrition. Client resources are also available including, articles, tip sheets and recipes. As well as, "Go Pistachio! Nutrition News," a quarterly e-zine covering recent nut research, upcoming scientific meetings and presentation summaries.
Lastly, the Research tab contains a research library on pistachios, with new research updates and information from health and nutrition experts.
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