Chestnuts are the star dried fruit of autumn. And it is not for less, since this food, has a lot of properties that are beneficial to our body and that can help us especially for these cold autumn and winter months. Usually chestnuts are usually eaten in a roasted way, however, we can introduce these in many different ways to our daily dishes. We show you what are the main properties of these and how they can help our health. In addition to some recipes and how to cook them to get the most out of it.
Chestnuts are rich in amino acids.
Chestnuts are a very complete food and that favor in many ways the proper functioning of the organism. On the next page we also tell you how to eat them and make the most of it. One of the key components that characterize them are amino acids. Chestnuts in this case roasted, have a higher concentration of essential amino acids such as arginine, threonine and valine. It is a highly recommended food for those vegans and athletes, as they help recovery and endurance.