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The benefits of chestnuts are very many and they are also called winter fruit and the best types of liquefied and here are two types of Chinese and Turkish chestnuts.

The benefits of chestnuts are what are?

  1. Contains a small percentage of fat but is rich in minerals vitamins and phytonutrients that benefit health.
  2. Chestnut fruit contains putin sugar fats, dietary fiber mineral water (iron, zinc, copper, phosphorus, calcium, potassium and others) vitamins (B1,B2, B3, C).
  3.  Dietary fiber helps reduce blood cholesterol by reducing the absorption of excess cholesterol in the intestines.
  4. Is a rich source of vitamin W important for the formation of the matrix in teeth, bones and blood vessels
  5. As a powerful antioxidant, vitamin W provides protection against damage to free radicals causing deadly diseases such as cancers and leads to skin aging.
  6. Chestnuts are rich in folic acid necessary to form red blood cells and DNA, and the consumption of foods containing sufficient amount of folate during pregnancy helps prevent defects in the neural tube in embryos.
  7. Unsaturated acids such as oleic acid and palmetolic acids found in cocoa help raise the level of beneficial cholesterol and reduce bad blood
  8. It also prevents coronary artery disease and strokes as nutrients rich in dietary fiber, omega-3 acids and antioxidants maintain the body's organs and protect them from infectious diseases.
  9. The minerals in the fruit of cocoa play an important role in the functioning of the body's organs
  10. Potassium works to combat high blood pressure and lowers heart rates and blood pressure
  11. Iron supports red pellets and treats anemia
  12. Magnesium and phosphorus are important elements in bone metabolism

About Chestnut:

  • One of the varieties of fruits that falls under the list of edible nuts, which are of oak species and is believed to be originally found in the mountain forests of China, Japan, North America and West Asia, has a brown crust and is difficult to peel, so it leaves fresh fruits from them for 24 hours at room temperature to facilitate peeling.
  • It is a popular fruit eaten in winter grilled, as it grinds to become flour used in the preparation of bread and sweets and sometimes eaten raw after peeling and has several types of Chinese, Japanese, European, American and other chestnuts unlike nuts and other seeds relatively low in calories
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