List of Nuts
Nuts are nutritious foods that are high in fats, proteins, and vitamins. For vegetarians, nuts are an irreplaceable product that can replace the missing elements of the diet during ho itima lijo and dieting.
Nuts are ahead of many other foods in the content of beneficial vitamins, minerals, fats, and proteins. Simultaneously, the fats in nuts are meroho and do much less harm to the heart and blood vessels without increasing cholesterol.
Melemo ea linate
Linate ke mokhoa o mong oa nama haeba, ka lebaka le itseng, liprotheine tsa liphoofolo li qheleloa ka thoko lijong.
The benefits of nuts in dietetics have also been assessed – despite the high-calorie content, fats from these ditholwana are not completely absorbed, and omega-3 acids reduce cravings for sweets. Also, nuts contribute to the elimination of toxins and toxins. Nuts satisfy hunger quickly and are a good snack.
Linate li na le lintho tse thusang ho sebetsana le khatello ea maikutlo, ho fokotsa litlamorao tse mpe tsa khatello ea maikutlo le khatello ea methapo. Ka hona, ho bohlokoa haholo ho li ja bakeng sa batho ba nkang karolo mosebetsing oa kelello. Linate ke lijo tse monate bakeng sa boko.
Natural oli extracted from the kernels are actively used in cosmetology as herbal care for skin, nails, and hair.
Kotsi ea linate
Linate ke lijo tsa allergenic. U hloka ho leka mofuta o mocha oa linate ka hloko haholo, u se ke ua ja likotoana tse 'maloa feela,' me u behe leihlo karabelo, haholoholo haeba motho a tloaetse ho kula.
All types of nuts are very high in calories: energy value ranges from 500 to 700 kcal per 100 grams. With obesity, you need to monitor the dosage, especially, and not exceed it. The normal amount per day is a small handful. Nuts are quite addictive and easy to overeat, so it’s best to set aside the right amount in advance.
Ho chefo le linate tsa boleng bo tlase le teng hoa khoneha. Mohlala, lialmonde tse sa butsoang li ka ba chefo hobane li na le cyanides, ha linate tse ling li ka hlaseloa ke li-fungus tse hlahisang likokoana-hloko.
Ho molemo ho se fe bana ba banyenyane linate, hobane ho bonolo ho bipetsa le ho kena ka har'a phefumoloho.
Mokhoa oa ho khetha linate tse nepahetseng
Nuts are sold raw, fried, as well as in shells, various sprinkles, and letsoai. When choosing nuts in sprinkles, you need to be especially careful, since when eating them, it is easy to exceed the amount of sugar and salt.
The most useful nuts without additives and in the shell, but in this case, it is difficult to assess their quality without seeing the kernel. The shell should not be cracked, and when shaken, the core will not knock on the walls – voids inside are considered marriage or arise from prolonged storage and ho omella out of the product.
Nako ea shelefo e bontšitsoeng ha e fete likhoeli tse tšeletseng; haeba ho bontšoa nako e telele, ho molemo ho se reke sehlahisoa se joalo.
Many countries are producers, the highest quality walnuts from France, pine nuts from Russia, and makotomane from China. Pistachios are grown in large quantities in Iranian countries, and cashews are grown in the Middle East.
Linate tse ebotsoeng li bolokoa ka setsing se sa keneleng metsi mochesong oa kamore le khetla ka mekotleng ea seile.