A few Brazil nuts contain the daily dose of selenium!Brazil nuts are one of the best natural sources of selenium! It also contains magnesium and zinc! It is also a source of iron. Brazil nuts change the world for the better - and help save the Amazon rainforest, the lungs of the world! Brazil nut trees growing wild in the Amazon rainforest are causing local residents to protect their forests. For many residents of the Amazon region, Brazil nuts are the only significant source of income, which is why nut trees are especially cherished. By eating Brazil nuts, you are doing your part to protect unique ecosystems - and at the same time, you get a selenium boost to support your health. The soft-tasting Brazil nuts of the Aduki series grow wild and strong in Bolivia, in the Amazon rainforest. Utilizing them creates work for 15,000 local collectors, who pick the nuts that have fallen from the trees. Peeling, cleaning, and packing Brazil nuts create 45,000 jobs. Collecting Brazil nuts preserves the diversity of the rainforest and prevents deforestation. Brazil nuts contain a lot of selenium and magnesium. Just a few a day will satisfy the daily need for selenium.
NOTE! Don't snack on more than five Brazilian nuts per day. Moderation in everything - even in good things. Use of Brazil nuts: eat them as they are or with mulberries. Dosage: 2-5 Brazil nuts per day; the restriction is due to the high selenium content. Selenium maintains; the normal functioning of the immune system, the condition of the hair and nails, and the normal functioning of the thyroid gland. Selenium has also been studied to help cells protect themselves from oxidative stress. Brazil nuts are also a protein-rich and healthy snack - taste it and fall in love! Please note that the stated recommended daily dose must not be exceeded. Did you know that all the nuts and almonds from the Aduki series arrive in Finland (and are stored) in vacuum packaging? With Aduk, the nuts are packed in bags in small batches, so they remain in their sales packaging for as little time as possible. At the Ruohonjuuri, the life cycle of nuts is fast, and new nuts come to our stores several times a week. Store the nuts and almonds in the refrigerator, especially after opening the bags.