Nut shells are dry waste. Dry garbage refers to other garbage, which refers to other domestic wastes except recyclables, harmful garbage and wet garbage.
Dry waste mainly includes lunch boxes, napkins, wet paper towels, toilet paper, plastic bags, food packaging bags, heavily polluted paper, cigarette butts, diapers, disposable cups, big bones, shells, flower pots, etc.
The nutritional value of nuts is very high, but because of its high oil content, too much consumption is harmful to patients with hyperlipidemia, coronary heart disease, arteriosclerosis, diabetes and so on. In addition, spices are used in the processing of many nuts. Some of them will excite the central nervous system and be harmful to cardiovascular patients. Moreover, the use of salt will also increase the chance of sodium retention, increase the blood vessel tension of the human body, increase the weight of the center of the kidney and increase the blood pressure. * Therefore, the consumption of nuts by the elderly must be limited.
All kinds of nuts and kernels, such as watermelon seeds, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, hazelnuts, almonds, walnuts, etc., are also suitable for snacks between meals. They are rich in vitamin E, a variety of minerals and dietary fiber. Studies have confirmed that they can also reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease when eaten reasonably.
Nuts and kernels are very good, but there is too much oil. You should only eat one tablespoon a day, otherwise it is easy to gain weight. They are not suitable for eating after dinner, but more suitable for eating in the morning. It's more suitable to eat fruit after dinner, and it's best to eat less dinner and save this amount in advance.