Pasta. An essential nutritional link!

Pasta is perfectly harmonized with the nutritional needs of the modern family. They are easily made and enriched with a variety of household items such as meat, milk, cheese, legumes and tahini. Besides, pasta has always been one of the favorite flavors of young and old, while at the same time they are an inexhaustible source of inspiration with variations.

Pasta & Mediterranean Diet

Wholemeal pasta, which is the basis of the Mediterranean diet, together with bread, rice, potatoes and corn are the main group of complex carbohydrates. Complex carbohydrates are metabolized, assimilated and digested more slowly than the simple carbohydrates of sweets and fruits. Pasta is recommended as a basic human food, for all ages, even in the most strict diets, because they contain few calories (about 130 calories per 100 g of cooked amount) and since carbohydrates should cover 50-55% of daily total energy intake.

Pasta & Health

Pasta is a food that should be consumed with caution and moderation by diabetics and those who have high levels of cholesterol and triglycerides. In addition, it is contraindicated in diets for people with gluten intolerance. For this reason, we must pay attention to the nutritional elements of the pasta we choose, in order to maximize the benefits for our body, according to our needs.

Pasta and kids diet

The nutrients and fiber contained in pasta are essential for the proper development of children, while their soft and digestible form makes them an easy and healthy food even for very young ages. And let’s not forget that pasta gives us the opportunity to have fun at the dining table with the many different shapes and colors they have, but also with their endless combinations with colorful sauces, vegetables and other ingredients.


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