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d'TIME Premium Roasted Brazil Nuts (40g,200g,500g,1Kg)

d'TIME Premium Roasted Brazil Nuts (40g,200g,500g,1Kg)

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The Brazil Nuts are roast upon order

How many of u know that Brazil nuts is not really a nut but more to seeds? Brazil nuts is actually a seed from Amazon trees named Bertholletia excels. They can only be found in Peru, Bolivia and Brazil. The fruits contain from 10 – 24 numbers of brazil nuts.

What are the benefits of Brazil Nuts ?

- Brazil nuts are a rich source of selenium. In fact, they contain more of this mineral than any other nut with an average of 96 mcg per nuts. Selenium is a trace element that is vital for the proper functioning of your body.

- Essential for your thyroid and influences your immune system and cell growth

- Brazil nuts contain heart-healthy fatty acids, such as polyunsaturated fats, and are rich in antioxidants, minerals, and fiber, all of which may help lower your risk of heart disease.

- Brazil nuts have both antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that may have protective and antidepressant effects on your brain.

- Brazil nuts contain several antioxidants, including selenium, vitamin E, and phenols like gallic acid and ellagic acid.

Ways & When you can snack d'TIME

People can eat whole Brazil nuts as a snack or add them to other foods. Brazil nuts are fine to eat raw or roasted. To cook Brazil nuts on the stovetop you can place a layer of Brazil nuts in a skillet over medium heat.. Brazil nuts can be eaten just like that at anytime everywhere as you watch television, camping, or when you hangout with friends. Thus, this made brazil nut on of the perfect snacks for you and family.

Keep Brazil Nut safe and fresh

Unshelled Brazil nuts should be kept in the fridge or freezer in an airtight container, where they will last one to two months. Shelled Brazil nuts can be kept in the fridge, freezer, or in a cool, dry, dark cupboard, where they will keep four to six months.

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