Brazil Nuts grow in the virgin rainforests of Brazil, Venezuela, and the eastern areas of Colombia, Bolivia and Peru. They have been cherished by the native Amazonians for centuries, as they contain a rich source of Vitamins, Minerals, Antioxidants and Essential Fatty Acids. These rich, creamy flavoured Nuts are suitable in moderation as a stand-alone snack or can be chopped down and used during home Baking.
Yes, in moderation, as they provide a rich source of Selenium that the Body needs to stay healthy. However eating 50 or more Brazil nuts a day may cause harmful selenium toxicity if more than 5,000 mcg of selenium is consumed.
Perhaps. Because Brazil nuts contain high traces of selenium, which is said to naturally boost testosterone, it certainly can't be argued that Brazil nuts won't help to raise testosterone levels.