Azil Hazelnut

  • Botanical name : Corylus avellana
  •  Raw or roasted
  •  Used in oil extraction
  •  Used in candies, baked products, and confectionaries.

Type :  Conventional

Azil Hazelnut

Hazelnuts make a tasty snack and are a great addition to many dishes.

When a person includes them in a balanced, calorie-controlled diet, the nuts also provide several health benefits.

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Azil Hazelnut

Hazelnuts contain:

vitamin E

healthful fat


dietary fiber

Hazelnut feature

Hazelnuts are a good source of dietary fiber.

Eating plenty of fiber encourages regular bowel movements and helps prevent constipation.

Dietary guidelines in the United States recommend that women ages 31–50 eat 25.2 grams (g) of dietary fiber per day.

Men in the same age range should eat 30.8 grams of fiber per day.

A 28-g serving of hazelnuts contains about 2.7 g of dietary fiber.

According to recent research, eating nuts may help some people to gain less weight.

A 2018 study found a link between nut consumption, reduced weight gain, and a lower risk of obesity.

In the study, participants who ate more nuts were less likely to become overweight than those who did not.

While the research shows a correlation, further studies should assess whether there is a causal link between eating nuts and a reduced risk of weight gain.

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Hazelnuts are rich in antioxidants, which are compounds that protect against the oxidation of cells.

They reduce the extent of cell damage from free radicals.

Hazelnuts contain the antioxidant vitamin E.

Some research suggests that vitamin E may help shield the body from types of cell damage linked to cancer.

Hazelnut properties

Eating hazelnuts may help reduce cholesterol.

A 2013 study found that a hazelnut-rich diet decreased participants’ levels of low-density lipoprotein cholesterol. This type of cholesterol can increase the risk of heart problems.

The researchers concluded that the best way to reap hazelnuts’ health benefits was to eat them every day, without increasing a person’s overall calorie intake.

Results of a 2016 review likewise indicated that hazelnuts could reduce levels of harmful cholesterol.

The researchers also noted no increase in participants’ body weight.

This may alleviate some concerns that eating the calorie-dense nuts could lead to weight gain.

How to add hazelnuts to your diet

People often eat hazelnuts as a snack or add them to salads.

Ground hazelnuts can be incorporated into various recipes.

Several ready-made hazelnut spreads are high in sugar, and it is best to avoid these.

Summary Hazelnut:

Eating more hazelnuts may improve a person’s health in a variety of ways.

Hazelnuts may:

support bowel movements

reduce weight gain

protect against cell damage

lower levels of harmful cholesterol

improve insulin sensitivity

support heart health

reduce inflammation

improve sperm count

Unless a person has an allergy, there are few risks to adding hazelnuts to the diet.

They are versatile and make an easy snack.

Harvest period:

Harvest method: manual

Packing  :

*Bulk ( Each Carton ) : 10 Kgr

*Retails: 80 – 180 – 250 – 450 gr

*Number of boxes per cartons : 24 – 12

*Number of Cartons per pallets : 156 -96- 132- 80

Refrence: Azil Organic

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