Edible chestnut is considered a fruit with a high calorific value. Ripe, well fried or pureed, chestnut is also a tonic for cold weather.
By consuming several ripe chestnuts per day, we ensure the body's resistance to the cold season diseases. Nutritionists recommend the fruit as energizing, remineralizing, tonic nerve, venous and muscular, antianemic and antiseptic. As a nutritious food for all ages, chestnut can be consumed by students, students and athletes.
In the form of pure it has a beneficial effect on the convalescents and the elderly. Unfortunately, chestnut is "a fruit off" for diabetics. The caloric value of 200 calories per 100 g and the intake of vitamins (vitamin C at 100 g, in competition with the lemon) recommend it to anemones, people prone to hemorrhoids and varicose veins, but also to asthenics - physical and intellectual - equally.
If we have a hard day and at breakfast we will eat 8-10 chestnuts, plus a piece of cheese, it can be said that we will have more activity in the activity that we have to perform until noon. Large consumers of chestnuts use them in raw salads, and as a garnish for turkey meat.
October 20, 2006