Nuts are a great addition to a healthy diet since they are rich in calories per serving, include protein and healthy fats, and can be stored, transported, and consumed conveniently.
When compared to other regularly consumed nuts, hazelnuts stand out due to their higher profile for nutrients and antioxidants, their relatively moderate calorie and fat content, and the many health advantages to which they have been linked.
Vitamins, minerals, antioxidant compounds, and healthy fats are just some of the components you'll find in plenty in hazelnuts. Potential health advantages include aiding in the reduction of blood fat levels, regulation of blood pressure, reduction of inflammation, and enhancement of blood sugar levels.
◉ Supporting healthy bowel movements:- The fiber content of hazelnuts is high. High-fiber diets promote regular bowel motions and reduce the risk of constipation.
U.S. dietary standards suggest that women between the ages of 31 and 50 consume 25.2 g of dietary fiber daily. Similar recommendations for fiber intake apply to men in the same age group (30.8 grams per day).
About 2.7 grams of dietary fiber may be found in a 28-gram serving of hazelnuts.
◉ Reducing weight gain:- Recent studies have shown that eating nuts may help some individuals control their weight.
A 2018 research indicated that those who ate more nuts had a decreased chance of becoming obese. Participants who consumed more nuts were less likely to gain weight than those who did not.
While this study does find an association between nut consumption and a lower BMI, further work is needed to determine causation.
◉ Protecting against cell damage:- Antioxidants are chemicals that shield cells from oxidation; hazelnuts include several of them. They mitigate the free radical damage that might occur to cells.
Vitamin E, an antioxidant, may be found in hazelnuts. The antioxidant properties of vitamin E have been studied for their potential to protect against cancer-causing cellular damage.
◉ Improving insulin sensitivity:- Hazelnuts may increase insulin sensitivity when consumed as part of a nut mix.
The results of a short 2011 study- In a study that followed people for 12 weeks, consuming a 30-gram nut mixture that included 7.5 grams of hazelnuts each day was shown to increase insulin sensitivity.
Loss of insulin responsiveness contributes to the onset of type 2 diabetes. As sensitivity increases, the likelihood of developing the disease drops.
|Product Name||Roasted unsalted Hazelnuts.|
|Scientific Name||Corylus avellana L.|
|Country of Origin||Originally from Turkey. Packaged in the USA.|
|Taste & Aroma||The lovely nutty taste of hazelnuts is somewhat amplified and the texture is delightfully crisped up during the roasting process.|
|Shelf Life & Storage||Shelf Life is about 9 to 12- months.The best way to store them is in a cool, dark place with a lid that keeps out air.|
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|Notice||This product information has not been appraised by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). For educational purposes only.|