Organic Brazil Nut Drink 1L (1+1)
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Brazil nuts, scientifically known as “Bertholletia Excelsa", are a nutrient-dense and delicious type of nuts that come from a tree in South America bearing the same name. The tree is native to the South American continent and can often be found along the banks of major rivers. It’s quite a large tree, so the harvest of brazil nuts is huge. These nuts are mainly exported from the South American continent and can now be found throughout the world.

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Health Benefit of Brazil Nuts: 

1- Brazil nuts, rich in thiamin, help keep the nervous system healthy and strong. They also help prevent Alzheimer’s and stress-related mental disorders.(1) 

2- The selenium content, in Brazil nuts, plays a major role in the proper functioning of your thyroid gland. so, they help to regulate the thyroid gland.(1,2) 

3- The antioxidants and organic compounds present in Brazil nuts make it a strong contender for one of the most immune-boosting nuts around.(1,3) 

4- Protein in these nuts is necessary for cellular growth, repair and wound healing. Vitamin C, in Brazil nuts is also a major component of collagen, another essential part of human growth and repair of blood vessels, tissues and cells.(1) 

5- The high zinc content in Brazil nuts has been shown to protect against acne or lessen its appearance.(1,4)

6- Brazil nuts have a surprisingly high content of healthy unsaturated fats, commonly known as HDL or omega-3 fatty acids.These varieties of unsaturated fats, magnesium, vitamin E, and selenium content in Brazil nuts are connected with balancing the cholesterol profile of the body and improving heart health.(1,5) 

7- Brazil nuts are the number one source of selenium, with one ounce (about 6 kernels) serving 774% DV. Selenium is has strong antioxidant power.(1,6)

 

Reference: 

  1.  https://www.organicfacts.net/health-benefits/seed-and-nut/brazil-nuts.html 
  2.  https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0889157585710253 
  3.  https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1756464610000381 
  4.  https://tspace.library.utoronto.ca/handle/1807/6584 
  5.  https://academic.oup.com/ajcn/article/70/3/504s/4714961 
  6.  https://ndb.nal.usda.gov/ndb/errors/error?manu=&fgcd=&code=error.notfound.message 

 

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