Chestnut Puree dessert is a must in cold autumn days and evenings. Distinctive smell and slightly sweet taste, chestnut has found wide application on our tables.

Chestnut (Castanea sativa) is one of the first foods eaten by man, and there is archaeological evidence. Chestnut most grows in southern Europe and the Mediterranean, but historians say that it began to spread through Europe via Greece. Chestnut tree is related to the beech and oak, long-life, can grow up to 25 m up to the lush, wide crown and annually provide more than 200 kg of fruits and can reach the age of 500 years.

Chestnut has a very pleasant sweet taste. Roasted contain more vitamins and cooked a greater amount of minerals. It is very nutritious, contains very valuable minerals and vitamins such as magnesium, calcium, potassium, phosphorus, iron, almost all of the group of vitamin B. The old peoples have used chestnut for strengthening the body, while in the Middle Ages, the fruits of the chestnut used as important foods in the diet of the poor strata of society.

In nature, there are wild and sweet chestnut. He eats only sweet, but they are both healing.
Tea made from horse chestnut very beneficial effect on respiratory problems, relieves symptoms of bronchitis and asthma, supports the treatment of varicose veins and cellulite and for that reason is a part of many creams.

Why you should eat chestnuts

1 saturates
2. Good for teeth and bones
3. It stimulates the nervous functions.
4. Useful in diabetics
5. It contains all the essential amino acids
6 Chestnut flour is gluten-free foods
7. Chestnut is good in combat
8 Chestnut has the effect of cardiac shield
9. A good for a person with high blood pressure
10.Keeps the intestinal system and immune system

Chestnuts are excellent autumn decoration for the table.
The smell of candles, dry leaves of all colors and chestnuts, on the table, you can have a real autumn forest atmosphere.

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