Hazelnut is a small, hard-shelled fruit and seed. The nutritional value of hazelnut is very high and the benefits are very diverse. Hazelnut grows in temperate climates. Turkey, Azerbaijan, Greece, Italy, Cyprus, Spain and the south of the region are produced in Georgia. Hazelnuts are usually a refreshing fruit. Hazelnut is a source of nutrients and energy, as well as a large amount of calories. It contains especially unsaturated and monounsaturated fats, which means that the fat content is very high. It is also rich in linoal acids, vitamins, proteins, carbohydrates and especially amino acids. Hazelnut is vitamin E, vitamin B6, vitamin B2, folic acid and fiber source. It is also rich in minerals such as magnesium, copper, potassium, selenium and phosphorus.
Hazelnut is more beneficial when consumed with unroasted raw material, because the content of oil in the content is reduced by more than 15% during the roasting process. Unroasted hazelnuts contain twice as much antioxidants as roasted hazelnuts. Hazelnuts can be used in foods, roasted, raw, as an aperitif or as oil. Hazelnut oil is used in cooking and cosmetics.
Nuts, contain During the omega 3 fatty acids, arginine, fiber, vitamin E, vitamin B2 and B6, are good for many diseases due to the amino acid and folic acids. Hazelnut, heart diseases, especially the risk of heart attack as well as prevent asthma, intestinal diseases, metabolic activities are also interrupted. Moreover, hazelnut is very ideal as a regimen. Because hazelnut is a very small nutrient matter, it is a fruit with rich nutritional values. Daily, it received a sufficient amount of nuts, because it speeds up the metabolism and bowel movements run, it will help you lose weight. In addition, hazelnut offers benefits in reducing asthma risk.