Question Chestnut
AnswerChestnuts show pharmaceutical and other properties. They contain enough calories (370 to 100 grams), contain 48% water, many minerals, and are a good source of protein (containing essential amino acids that do not make up the body itself) and carbohydrates (45% mainly starch).
In addition, chestnuts contain vitamins B1 and B2, essential for the conversion of food into energy and smooth functioning of the nervous system, as well as vitamin C (boosts the immune system) and folic acid (essential for the production of red blood cells).
Also, chestnuts have good calcium content (for the transfer of nerve stimuli and bone and tooth strengthening), magnesium (antidepressant properties and essential for hair health), phosphorus (for bones and eyesight), iron , sodium and potassium.
Chestnut, raw or roasted, is a complete food, ideal for children in development, for those recovering from various diseases, such as intense diarrhea, as well as for athletes.
Although chestnuts are classified as nuts, the edible part of the fruit is soft and is characterized by a high starch content, twice as much as potato, more like cereal rather than dry fruit.
Chestnuts are known for their protective effect on cardiovascular and their contribution to good bowel function as a cereal substitute.
They are a good source of potassium, which is necessary to regulate blood pressure, cardiac contraction and the body’s water balance.
The chestnut crust is also antipyretic and its leaves are used to soothe the perch.
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