brazil nut

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Synonyms for brazil nut

tall South American tree bearing brazil nuts

three-sided tropical American nut with white oily meat and hard brown shell

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Effects of Brazil nut consumption on selenium status and cognitive performance in older adults with mild cognitive impairment: a randomized controlled pilot trial.
Just 3-4 Brazil nuts a day can fulfil your entire selenium requirement.
As one of the three key timber-producing regions in the Amazon, Madre de Dios figured prominently in the startling expose, which highlighted the case of Julio Garcia Agapito, a Brazil nut producer and local official, who was murdered in 2008 after reporting the trafficking of illegal wood.
oil is cold pressed from the nuts of the Brazil nut tree and then meticulously packaged and stored to maintain the purity, freshness and beneficial properties.
With its sharp front teeth it chisels open the tough woody Brazil nut fruit, which, at up to 2 kg, can weigh almost half as much as the agouti.
It included both a heap of feces and a Brazil nut titled Nigger Toe.
Jasmine Whole Grain Cookies is part of a delicious line of healthful snacks with exotic flavors straight from the rainforest such as Brazil Nut, Cocoa, Coffee, Lime, Citrus, Coconut, and Papaya.
We can't be running around making sure they have the right sun cream or that they have the one Brazil nut or selection of -walnuts to make sure they get enough vitamins.
Each winner will receive a collection of ten trays of Andy Pack, all with ten 100g bars inside, including Original Creamy, Brazil Nut, Hazelnut and Treacle.
Chief researcher Dr Carlos Peres, from the University of East Anglia, said, 'The clear message is that current Brazil nut harvesting practices in many Amazonian forest sites are not sustainable in the long term.
A MOTHER who knew she had a severe nut allergy died after getting up in the middle of the night and eating a Brazil nut.
The company has been working with the Kayapo Indians of Brazil sourcing Brazil nut oil and this year will introduce products made from blue corn developed with Native Americans in New Mexico; both projects were designed to help provide trade and employment for their communities.
The group then confirmed the allergenicity of the new soy in skin-prick allergy tests on three volunteers with Brazil nut allergies.
The Nebraska researchers used blood serum from nine subjects known to have a Brazil nut allergy and compared how it reacted with extracts from Brazil nuts, conventional soybeans and the modified, or transgenic, soybeans.