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Che Pasta - Pasta Lunga

Although many diets discourage the consumption of pasta, this grain-based food can be quite beneficial for a variety of nutritional goals. The exact nutritional profile of pasta varies slightly based on the type but generally, pasta is rich in complex carbohydrates and low in fat. Pasta is also inexpensive and easy to prepare, which can also make it a smart addition to your diet.


Many weight loss diets recommend limiting fat intake. If you're following a low-fat diet, pasta can be a good choice, as an 100 g serving of pasta contains just 2g. 

Carbohydrates are your body's primary fuel source, so eating carbohydrate-rich foods can be of particular benefit to athletes. Pasta is rich in carbohydrates, providing 54 g in each 100 g serving. 

Pasta is also rich in vitamins and minerals and a good source of vitamin A, which helps maintain the Vitamin A promotes healthy vision, skin and bone growth.

Pasta is also rich in folic acid. This nutrient is particularly important for pregnant women, as it can help prevent birth complications. 

Pasta is a good source of potassium, a mineral you need to consume for a broad range of reasons. Potassium is needed for optimal cardiovascular health, and it also supports proper muscle function.



Pasta is also very popular as it easy prepare and extremely versatile. Pasta lunga is great with Bolognese, Pesto, Creamy Mushroom, Marina or even Carbonara sauce.