In ancient Greece, hazelnut was considered as a symbol of family welfare and health . In Rome, these nuts were also symbol of power and health.
Hazelnut is rich for nutrients, especially vitamin E and folic acid. Just 100 grams of hazelnut kernels per day is enough to satisfy the requirements of daily protein need.
Hazelnut could restore the power: since the first AD centuries, it was included to the diet of the Roman soldiers. Hazelnut oil contains fatty acids - palmitic, stearic, oleic, they protect our heart and blood vessels from damage, also prevent the accumulation of cholesterol in the blood and ensure normal growth and development of all tissues of the body.