The five benefits that chestnuts bring to your health









The roasted chestnuts are not only delicious but the chestnuts are full of nutritional value offering many kinds of health benefits.

Below you will read about the top 5 reasons why it is a good idea to bring roasted chestnuts to your family and friends.

They are great for people with Celiac Disease.

Gluten is a type of protein that should be avoided not only by people who are allergic to gluten, but also by those who have chosen a gluten-free diet.  Chestnuts contain absolutely no gluten.

They are full of antioxidants

Of all the dried fruits on the planet, chestnuts are the only ones containing vitamin C. And they are full of vitamin C!  This vitamin is needed for healthy skin, teeth and strong bones.  It also strengthens your imitation system.  During the colder months, high immunity is a good thing.  Because vitamin C has antioxidant properties, it also helps to slow down the aging process by eliminating free radicals in the body.

They provide sustainable energy levels

Chestnuts are very rich in complex carbohydrates which means they slowly digest.  Complex carbohydrates are not like the simple ones that raise blood sugar, but they provide you with satiety for a long time.

Help lower cholesterol

Dietary fibers are important in keeping bad cholesterol in check.  Coincidentally and fortunately, chestnuts contain carbohydrates of a harmless type.  Chestnuts also contain a lot of unsaturated fatty acids that help lower LDL (bad cholesterol) and increase HDL or (good cholesterol).

Chestnuts provide folates for cell repair

Folic acid or folates are one of the many group B vitamins. These nutrients play an important, very vital role for good health and longevity.  One of their basic tasks is to ensure cell repair, DNA synthesis, blood component formation and amino acid metabolism.  Pregnant women should consume chestnuts as the folate they contain is very beneficial to the growing fetus.  Folates also help cure depression and remove brain aging.




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