The squirrel knows what it’s doing
Hazelnuts are a storehouse of healthy energy, and we have them within arm’s reach in our nature. The native home of hazelnuts is Asia. From there, this crunchy treat has gradually spread to the entire world. In ancient times, healing and even fortune-telling abilities were attributed to hazelnuts. For understandable reasons, they were thus a commodity of which one would do well to have a substantial quantity in stock. A single handful of hazelnuts often contains more beneficial substances than a whole potion of regular food. They contain B vitamins, carotenes, fat-soluble vitamin E and even vitamin C. The long list of trace elements is worth noting.
- They support memory and brain activity.
- They increase resistance to stress and are good for strengthening the nerves.
- They act as a mitigator of both psychological and physical exhaustion.
- They help in the prevention and treatment of osteoporosis.
- They strengthen the circulatory system and the heart.
- They are suitable for diabetics and pregnant women.
- They slow down mental emaciation.
- They prevent neuroses and support their treatment.
- They supply energy.
Vitamins and minerals: They contain saturated fats, potassium, magnesium, iron and the vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, B6 and C.
Coutry of origin: Turkey