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Benefits: It lowers cholesterol in the blood as it contains a good amount of fiber, including pectin, which is a soluble fiber that facilitates the passage of the body through different systems and helps absorb LDL cholesterol molecules and excrete them from the body.

Dry Mulberry

Benefits: Dried mulberry is the dried form of mulberry by reducing the amount of water in it and is similar in content to fresh mulberry. It is a great advantage that the water rate decreases when dried and thus it can be stored for a long time. You can preserve dry mulberry for a long time and consume it easily even in winter.


Hazelnut

Benefits: There are many vitamins and minerals in hazelnut that support heart health. In addition to being a great source of fiber, they contain large amounts of monounsaturated fatty acids that help reduce LDL cholesterol (the "bad" type) and increase HDL cholesterol (the "good" type).


Apricot Kernel

Benefits: In the fight against cancer, B17, in other words, has laetryl content, especially with B17, it prevents the formation and proliferation of cancer cells.

Pistachio

Benefits: Pistachio has the ability to widen the veins. Thanks to this feature, it provides easy flow of blood in the body. It keeps cholesterol levels in balance. Antep pistachio, which acts as a protector of heart health, can reduce the weight gain rate of the body.