Hey Autumn brings with it cool weather and some special foods like chestnuts, which are very nutritionally rich and have many health benefits. Did you know that it enhances digestion? These small fruits are rich in fiber – according to the CUF Health Network, just 10 fruits provide 17% of the recommended daily dose of fiber – which helps keep your intestinal flora healthy.
but this is not all. Consuming nuts contributes to balancing cholesterol levels and the body’s response to insulin.
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It is also a source of many nutrients, such as vitamin C: “About 10 nuts are enough to meet 36% of our daily needs for this vitamin.” “Other nutrients found in chestnuts are vitamin B1 (thiamine), vitamin B6 (pyridoxine), folic acid (B9) and the minerals calcium, magnesium, potassium, iron, zinc, copper, manganese and selenium.”
“Since it does not contain gluten, it is suitable for celiac patients and can replace the consumption of grains with gluten,” explains CUF.
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