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The healing power of chestnuts

  1. The chestnut is the only nut variety that contains a lot of vitamin C. The special thing about the chestnut nut is that it contains much fewer calories than other nuts. Chestnuts are tasty and healthy. If you have a large chestnut tree in your garden, you can enjoy delicious dishes such as roasted chestnuts and chestnut puree every autumn season. Just make sure that you do not roast the fruits of the horse chestnut; they are not edible. The horse chestnut belongs to a completely different family than the sweet chestnut, which bears edible fruits. Not sure whether a chestnut comes from a sweet chestnut or horse chestnut? Then don't eat it. Eating horse chestnut can make you very sick and in extreme cases can lead to death. Horse chestnut in very low doses in powder form has medicinal properties.

Mineral chestnut

  1. Chestnut fruits contain many minerals. These are measured in the RDA values, which stands for Recommended Daily Allowance. The European and American governments have drawn up this food directive. As far as the RDA values ​​are concerned, copper is most commonly found in chestnut. One ounce of chestnuts contains 50% of the RDI of copper. Manganese is also high in it: 41% of the RDI. Other minerals in the chestnut are: phosphorus (19% RDA), iron (13% RDA), potassium (11% RDA), magnesium (8% RDA), zinc (5% RDA) and calcium

Vitamin chestnut

  1. Chestnuts are a good source of vitamins

Chestnuts against asthenia

  1. Chestnuts are good for asthenia. Asthenia is the clinical picture presented by someone who has undergone a serious illness or course of medicine. The body is exhausted and weak. Because a chestnut contains many minerals, carbohydrates, fibers and vitamins, it is good to eat after recovery from a serious illness. When heating, mashing and mixing chestnuts with honey

Chestnuts against rheumatism

  1. Chestnuts can also be used externally. If you suffer from rheumatism, you can boil five handfuls of dried chestnut powder with three liters of water until half of the water has disappeared. Then let it cool until it's lukewarm so that you can keep the skin Edible chestnuts on a branch / Source: Heidi Soosalu, Wikimedia Commons (CC BY-SA-3.0)

Tips for eating chestnut

  1. Edible chestnuts decoratively arranged / Source: 663highland, Wikimedia Commons (CC BY-2.5)

Storage tips chestnut

  1. If you keep chestnuts in the fridge, they can easily keep for a month. They will keep for six months in the freezer. Never keep them out of the refrigerator in a sealed bag. Put them nicely in an open bowl on the table. Chestnuts are ripe and can be harvested from October to December.

  2. If you keep chestnuts in the fridge, they can easily keep for a month. They keep it good for six months in the freezer. Never keep them out of the refrigerator in a sealed bag. Put them nicely in an open bowl on the table. Chestnuts are ripe and can be harvested from October to December.



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