Who should not eat hazelnuts

Hazelnuts are healthy and tasty nuts. One handful of hazelnuts (about 28 grams, or about 20 whole nuts) contains 4.2 g of protein, 2.7 g of fiber, 21% of the recommended daily dose of vitamin E, 12% of magnesium, 24% of copper, 87% of manganese, as well as vitamins from group B, phosphorus, potassium and zinc.

The hazelnut is distributed in Asia Minor and the Balkans. It has been grown as a cultivated nut plant since ancient times.

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It grows in the form of a large bush up to 10 meters high, with graying branches, and the young ones are mossy. The leaves are round or broadly oval with dimensions of 12×10 cm. The fruits are in bunches and their number reaches 8 in each.

Hazelnuts improve health, make the skin glow, satiate, have a great taste, and are a wonderful addition to salads and desserts.

However, remember that as useful as they are, there are conditions where hazelnuts can harm you.

This nut contains many beneficial fats, vitamins and minerals

How hazelnuts affect the body:

lower cholesterol

increase hemoglobin,

purify the blood

remove toxins

increase immunity

are useful for those suffering from hypertension

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However, hazelnuts should not be eaten if you suffer from:

enterocolitis, stomach ulcers, colitis and gastritis, duodenal diseases;

there is a ban on consumption when you have an acute respiratory viral infection, tonsillitis, cough and colds, as well as diathesis, urticaria, eczema, psoriasis and neurodermatitis./zdrave.to

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