March 18, 2019

Active Monday-11


It' s Monday again and as I promise at the beginning this year 2019, I share every Monday a workout video to motivate myself and my readers. I hope you find it usefull. This week I choose a joyfull cardio for you. Enjoy it :)

Health Tipps Of the Week

Benefits of Brazilian Walnut

Growing in trees up to many meters in length, Brazilian walnut is a health bomb food rather than a snack. Selen, found in very little food, is found mostly in Brazil walnut. The second is the oyster, and the third is the tuna. It also contains protein and magnesium. Gluten-free and poor in carbohydrates, sports for those who want a healthy diet and also makes this miracle fruit is very attractive. In addition to this, it is also mentioned that it increases the amount of sperm and fertility in women.

How much should we consume?

You can consume 4-5 pieces of Brazil walnut each day. My suggestion,  the amount of nuts you want to consume for the day and put it in a bowl. Or if you're going out, you can put it in a plastic bag like me and throw it in your bag and have a snack.





18 comments:

  1. Brezilya cevizi buralarda var mı bilmiyorum ama ceviz,badem,fındık en çok tükettiğimiz yemişlerden :)

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    1. Var canim takipcilerimden biliyorum 😊

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  2. Brezilya cevizini ilk kez duydum canım ama normal ceviz bile yiyemiyorum unutuyorum ben.

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    1. Ben koyuyorum bir canaga günlük ihtiyacimi unutmuyorum 😊

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  3. Great post, Thanks for sharing ! x.

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  4. Brazilian nuts are the pecan nuts? I have seen them recently in stores bu hesitated to buy them because I didn't knew anythoing about them. After reading your post, I am sorry I didn't buy them. Great workout as always and very useful too.

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    1. Pecant nuss is something else dear 😊

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  5. Thanks a lot :D

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  8. I just heard Brazil nut. Rather, we know that it is native and imported walnut. The water of this walnut is probably useful. Thanks.

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    1. Not the water but the brezilian nut includes selen and it is very importand for hashimoto patients 😊

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  9. Mais um post formidável! Repleto de dicas fantásticas!...
    Adorei!!! Beijinhos
    Ana

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