+44 (0) 20312 64095  info@impactfoods.co.uk

Hazelnuts

Raw Organic Hazelnuts

Raw Organic Hazelnuts

If chocolate could feel, it must be madly in love with hazelnuts. The two have a very close affinity because they are often mixed together in so many recipes—chocolate bars, spreads, cakes, ice creams and more.

But hazelnuts don’t need chocolate to taste great—they are delicious on their own. And they don’t need chocolate to be nutritious, either—not at all. In fact, a handful of organic raw hazelnuts a day can be one of the ways to achieve optimum health.

 
Origin: 
Available as: Whole
Good for: Maternal tissue growth during pregnancy, neturalizes homocysteine metabolism, red blood cell formation, psychological function, immune system, tiredness and fatigue, cell division, energy-yielding metabolism, nervous system, proteing and glycoge metabolism, regulation of hormonal activity, protection of cells from oxidative stress, bones and muscles, vision, hair and skin
Nutrition: Vitamin B-complex (including folate and Vitamin B6), Highest fibre content of all the nuts, Rich in unsaturated fats (mostly oleic acid), Magnesium, Calcium, Vitamin E
Directions for use: A handful per day as a snack or mix with dried fruits

Promotes healthy heart. Eating just 1.5 ounces of hazelnuts a day will reduce your risk of developing cardiovascular diseases. That’s because this nut contains polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats (the good fats, in simple terms), oleic acid, vitamin E, copper and magnesium, which protects the heart from free radical damage, lowers LDL (bad cholesterol) and reduces blood pressure. It even helps to raise the levels of HDL (good cholesterol) in the body.

Organic hazelnuts for bone formation. Two vital minerals that are needed to absorb iron and form bones are copper and manganese. Fortunately, hazelnuts are more than capable of helping us to achieve that. One serving of hazelnuts can supply over 90% of the daily recommended intake for manganese and 65% for copper.

Offers healthy digestive system. In its raw form, this globe-shaped nut provides 2.7 grams of dietary fibre per ounce. This has a laxative effect, so if you’re constipated, try adding hazelnuts to your diet. A healthy adult on a 2,000-calorie diet is recommended to have at least 28 grams of dietary fibre per day. Now, if you’re going to get the fibre from hazelnuts, all you need to eat is an ounce and you’re good.

Wouldn’t you like to be protected from diseases, too? Just an ounce of hazelnuts should help you do that.


Contact Details

image

 

Address

Impact Foods
International House,
Cray Avenue,
Orpington, Kent
BR5 3RS
United Kingdom

Call us:

+44 (0) 20312 64095

Or email:

info@impactfoods.co.uk