Caesalpinia Spinosa

Tara, which scientific name is Caesalpinia spinosa, is a native forest species that belongs to the legume family.

This plant is located in the highlands of Perú and is distributed over almost the entire coast, from Piura to Tacna. This native forest specie contributes to the economy of various rural families in the highlands of our country.

Tara protein powder is obtained from the careful processing of the germ (internal part of the seed) through the selection and milling of the seeds, which can vary from white to yellowish. It is high in protein and dietary fiber so it is used as a high protein food.

Functionality

Tara flour (purified seed germ) is 100% pure and natural. It is characterized by its particular content of proteins, amino acids, fiber, glucosylonates, vitamins and does not contain any preservatives, flavors or artificial colors.

Thanks to its gallic acid that acts in our body as an antioxidant to combat free radicals, it also strengths the immune system.

Benefits

  • Very good antioxidant and immune enhancer.
  • High protein content.
  • Helps in the metabolic process.
  • Helps the digestive system.
  • Helps to control weight.

Suggested use

It is used in nutritional products such as protein powders, in bakeries, protein bars and drinks.

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