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The fall season brings us fruit that is very healthy and valuable when it comes to nutrients, minerals and vitamins. With autumn, chestnut becomes one of the most common treats and ingredients of a dish.

Like other nuts, chestnut contains fats, but in a much smaller amount. It is not grown and contains vitamins that will have a great effect on the body. A healthy amount of chestnuts a day, so you can get all its positive properties, is 85 grams.
By eating chestnuts, you will also enter important substances such as fiber, magnesium, copper, manganese, calcium, iron, zinc and potassium.By bringing in chestnuts, the fiber will help lower cholesterol. Chestnuts can also be made of flour and puree because, like hazelnut and almond, it is gluten free. On the other hand, it has a higher percentage of starch, making it more similar to potatoes and corn.You can eat this fruit cooked, roasted, mashed or brewed in tea. In any form, you will taste its interesting taste and get all the nutritional value.
This food is good for pregnant women because it prevents fetal anomalies from occurring.
It is important to be able to distinguish wild from home-made chestnuts, because wild is not for eating. Nevertheless, it is made of various tinctures and creams, because it is also very healing. Wild chestnut is used as a remedy for problems with varicose veins and cracked capillaries, hemorrhoids, painful menstruation and enlarged prostate.

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