Pas­ta Amoso­va is an amaz­ing tool that strength­ens the heart, blood ves­sels, improves immu­ni­ty and gives longevi­ty. How to cook Amosov’s pas­ta at home, what are its ben­e­fits and to whom pas­ta is con­traindi­cat­ed, read the arti­cle.

Amosov paste

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What will you learn about Amosov’s pasta by reading this article:

How Amosov’s pasta appeared

Pas­ta Amosov is a unique author’s devel­op­ment, use­ful for the heart and immu­ni­ty. The cre­ator of the tool is Aca­d­e­mi­cian Niko­lai Amosov. He was the first to pre­scribe a paste to his patients, which improved their con­di­tion. Today you can take care of your­self by cook­ing pas­ta accord­ing to our recipe.

Niko­lai Amosov was known not only for his skill­ful­ly per­formed oper­a­tions and new meth­ods of sur­gi­cal oper­a­tions on the heart. He gave his patients a lot of vital advice — about the ben­e­fits of exer­cise, the exer­cis­es them­selves and rec­om­men­da­tions about nutri­tion. It was he who cre­at­ed the recipe for a unique pas­ta that nour­ish­es the heart mus­cle, strength­ens blood ves­sels and improves immu­ni­ty.

Amosov’s vit­a­min paste has received many pos­i­tive reviews. In the med­ical space, it has been rec­og­nized as a source of vit­a­mins, antiox­i­dants and trace ele­ments that the heart and the body as a whole need. Niko­lai Amosov began to use it for the first time after he noticed that patients who ate nuts and dried fruits more often after the oper­a­tion recov­ered their strength and health faster.

How to cook pasta Amosova


Pasta Amosova: useful properties

  • strength­ens the immune sys­tem
  • strength­ens the heart mus­cle and blood ves­sels, increas­ing their elas­tic­i­ty,
  • nor­mal­izes blood cir­cu­la­tion, nour­ish­ing the heart and oth­er organs with oxy­gen,
  • has an anti-inflam­ma­to­ry effect, which is the pre­ven­tion and treat­ment of ath­er­o­scle­ro­sis,
  • Vit­a­min C con­tained helps in the absorp­tion of iron.

Pasta Amosov — a recipe

Amosov’s pas­ta is pre­pared from a mix­ture of dried fruits and nuts. It is based on: hon­ey, nuts, lemons, and com­bi­na­tions of such dried fruits as figs, dried apri­cots, raisins, dates, prunes, con­tain­ing a large amount of vit­a­mins, min­er­als, enzymes, organ­ic acids, lipids and antiox­i­dants. We will talk about the clas­sic ver­sion of Amosov’s pas­ta.

The composition of Amosov’s paste

  • kura — 250 g;
  • raisins from grapes of dark vari­eties — 250 g;
  • dried prunes (not dried) — 250 g;
  • figs — 250 g;
  • wal­nut — 1 cup
  • lemon — 1 pc.;
  • nat­ur­al hon­ey — field, moun­tain, mead­ow, flower, May — 250 g;
Amos pasta preparation, photo

Pho­to: Foto­lia

Cooking method

  1. Rinse dried fruits and pass through a meat grinder or chop in a blender.
  2. Peel, grind or chop the nuts.
  3. Wash the lemons, cut into pieces, remove the seeds and grind in a blender.
  4. Com­bine all ingre­di­ents, pour hon­ey and mix.

Can be stored for sev­er­al months in the refrig­er­a­tor.

Pasta calories

Many peo­ple are con­cerned about the calo­rie con­tent of Amosov’s paste, because com­bin­ing it with, for exam­ple, los­ing weight can be dif­fi­cult. First­ly, we has­ten to assure you that just 1 tea­spoon per day will def­i­nite­ly not “make the weath­er” on your menu, so you should not wor­ry too much about the extra calo­ries in the pas­ta. But if it is still impor­tant for you to know the num­ber of calo­ries in this prod­uct, here are the cal­cu­la­tions for you.

1 serv­ing (100 g) con­tains:

  • pro­teins — 6 g
  • fats — 8.9 g
  • car­bo­hy­drates — 45.6 g

Calo­ries: 266.6 kcal

The most high-calo­rie ingre­di­ents in Amosov’s paste are hon­ey and wal­nuts. So if it is fun­da­men­tal­ly impor­tant for you to reduce its calo­rie con­tent, it is worth remov­ing them.

How to use Amosov’s paste

The mix­ture can be con­sumed on an emp­ty stom­ach or after meals (so as not to cause irri­ta­tion of the stom­ach and intestines), 1 tbsp. spoon 3 times a day. Chil­dren, depend­ing on age, 1 tea­spoon or dessert.

The course is best done twice a year — in spring and autumn. Amosov’s paste acquires spe­cial val­ue in spring, when there are few vit­a­mins, and in autumn, when it is nec­es­sary to strength­en the body before cold weath­er and viral infec­tions. But if the body is weak­ened by oper­a­tions or fre­quent ill­ness­es, then the course of treat­ment can be extend­ed to six months. It gives the most tan­gi­ble effect.

Amosov’s pas­ta can be eat­en as a deli­cious sweet, or as a snack with tea. Before going to bed, let the chil­dren drink pas­ta with warm milk.

Pasta Amosova: contraindications

Pas­ta Amosov has prac­ti­cal­ly no con­traindi­ca­tions. Unless — intol­er­ance to the prod­ucts includ­ed in it. If you are aware of an aller­gy to hon­ey or nuts, it is best to avoid this for­mu­la­tion. Also, do not give Amosov’s paste to very young chil­dren imme­di­ate­ly on a spoon — their food tol­er­ance may change with age, so cau­tion and grad­u­al­ness are need­ed here. Dia­bet­ics should always con­sult a doc­tor before eat­ing the dish.

Have you tried Amosov’s pas­ta yet?