Brazil's Nuts raw delicate, crispy and smooth. These are good to snack and go well with other nuts. Raw Brazil nut can be sliced and used in baked treats; when used in cookies, it has a similar taste and feeling to macadamia nut. Brazil nuts are also delicious in salads and rice dishes.
- Good for vegetarian
- Fruit of high quality
- Full of taste
- Low Fat
- Low Cholesterol
Brazil nuts raw is the best source of iron, phosphorus , calcium, magnesium , manganese and zinc, as well as vitamin K.
Dried Brazil Nut's Raw health benefits:
A very good source of selenium and a good source of magnesium and thiamine is Brazil's nut. For fact, the Brazil nut is regarded as one of the most toxic foods in the world because of the tree absorbing radium from the soil into the nut. The radium concentrations in the Brazilian nut have been measured to be 1000 times higher than in other foods.
Brazil's nuts are protein of 14%, carbohydrates of 11%, and fat of 67%. The fat breakdown is approximately 25% saturated, 41% monounsaturated and 34% polyunsaturated. Brazil's saturated fat content is among the highest of all nuts, even exceeding macadamia nuts. Thanks to the rich flavor that results, Brazil nuts can also replace macadamia nuts or even cocoonuts in recettes. The high fat content of the nuts does not hold well and, particularly, the shelled nuts of Brazil soon become rancid.
Good for the brain:
Nuts, like Brazil nuts, contain an antioxidant known as ellagic acid, and a recent Neuroscience Review has shown that ellagic acid has an anti-inflammatory effect, although work is on-going.
Attempting to control Blood Pressure:
Selenium is an important nutrient necessary to make the thyroid work well, and in some people eating Brazil's nuts can boost the thyroid hormone levels.
Brazil's nuts are a major source of selenium. The strong antioxidant effects of selenium will lead to a stronger immune system. Selenium deficiency can lead to weaker immune responses than sufficient selenium intake.
Where and how to purchase Brazil Nuts?
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|Other Common Names
||Pará nut, Indian's called nuts.
|Country of Origin
||The Brazil nut is native to the Guianas, Venezuela, Brazil, eastern Colombia, eastern Peru, and eastern Bolivia.
||Store or display Brazil nuts in cool, dry, odor-free conditions.
Avoid prolonged exposure to direct sunlight, which tends to darken shelled almonds and decrease their stability.
||Shelf life of nuts depends on a variety of factors, such as the best by date, the type of nut and how they are stored. Each variety of nuts bears its own distinctive flavor and qualities.
After opening container, jar or Bag, the average shelf life is between 9 month to 12 month.
|Taste and Aroma
||Brazil nuts have a very slight, pleasant odor.They have an almost creamy taste.
||Great use as a snack, baked,Cookies,Salads.
Serving Size: 1-ounce (28-gram).
Calories: 187, Protein: 4.1 grams, Fat: 19 grams, Carbs: 3.3 grams, Fiber: 2.1 grams, Selenium: 988% of the Reference, Daily Intake (RDI), Copper: 55% of the RDI, Magnesium: 33% of the Phosphorus: 30% of the RDI, Manganese: 17% of the RDI, Zinc: 10.5% of the RDI, Thiamine: 16% of the RDI, Vitamin E: 11% of the RDI.
||Dried Brazil nuts.
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