Brazilian Nuts

28.00 kg

Brazil nuts are tree nuts native to the Amazon rainforest in Brazil, Bolivia and Peru. Their smooth, buttery texture and nutty taste are usually eaten raw or vitiligo.

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Brazil nuts are tree nuts native to the Amazon rainforest in Brazil, Bolivia and Peru. Their smooth, buttery texture and nutty taste are usually eaten raw or vitiligo. These nuts are energy dense, extremely nutritious and one of the most concentrated dietary sources of the mineral selenium. Eating Brazilian peanut can benefit your health in a number of ways, including regulating your thyroid gland, reducing inflammation and supporting your heart, brain and immune system. Brazilian peanut is energy dense and rich in healthy fats, selenium, magnesium, copper, phosphorus, manganese, thiamine and vitamin E. Brazilian peanut is rich in selenium. A peanut can contain 175% of RDI. Selenium is a key trace element that is vital for your immune system, thyroid gland and cell growth. Your thyroid gland produces hormones that are necessary for the development, metabolism and regulation of body temperature. A Brazilian peanut contains enough selenium to support the production of thyroid hormones and proteins that protect your thyroid. Supplementation with selenium may benefit people with thyroid disorders such as Hashimoto’s thyroiditis and Graves’ disease. Brazilian peanut contains antioxidants such as selenium, vitamin E and phenols. Only one peanut a day can lead to reduced inflammation. Nevertheless, your intake must be consistent to continue to experience the benefits. Eating Brazilian pistachio can boost your heart health by lowering LDL (bad) cholesterol, increasing HDL (good) cholesterol and improving blood vessel function. Brazilian peanuts contain oleic acid, which can have protective effects on your brain. In addition, selenium can reduce the risk of certain brain diseases and improve mental performance and mood. Selenium toxicity is a rare but dangerous, potentially life-threatening condition. The safe upper level of intake for selenium is 400 mcg.
It is important to limit your intake to 1-3 Brazil nuts a day or to check how much selenium there is in the nuts you buy.
*The information given on our website is purely informative and does not replace the advice of your treating physician. Bean & Herb does not support self-help.

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