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Hazelnuts: Health Benefits

  1. Hazelnuts make a tasty snack and are a great addition to many dishes. Hazelnuts have a sweet taste and are edible raw or roasted. These nuts contain vitamin E, healthy fats, proteins and dietary fiber, providing a host of health benefits. By including hazelnuts in a balanced, calorie-controlled diet, it is possible, for example, to support bowel movements, achieve lower cholesterol levels and improve sperm count. Eating hazelnuts has few risks, but it is still important to be aware of some of the potential drawbacks of these nuts.

Lower cholesterol

  1. Eating hazelnuts helps reduce the levels of low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (bad cholesterol). This type of cholesterol increases the risk of heart problems

Reduce weight gain

  1. Eating nuts helps some people to put on less weight. Consuming nuts such as hazelnuts reduces weight gain and lowers the risk of obesity

Improve insulin sensitivity

  1. Eating 30 grams of nut mix, of which 7.5 grams consists of hazelnuts, daily improves the insulin sensitivity of people. Reduced insulin sensitivity plays a role in the development of diabetes mellitus (diabetes)

Reduce ignition

  1. Eating hazelnuts may relieve inflammation

Protect against cell damage

  1. Hazelnuts are rich in antioxidants, substances that protect against the oxidation of cells. They reduce the degree of cell damage from free radicals. Hazelnuts contain the antioxidant vitamin E. Vitamin E helps protect the body against cell damage associated with cancer

Risks of ingesting hazelnuts

  1. Allergy Many people have nut allergies, including allergies



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