The American College of Chest Physicians ® is the global leader in clinical chest medicine, representing more than 19,000 members who provide patient care in the areas of pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine in the United States and more than 100 countries worldwide. From cutting-edge medical research in the journal CHEST; evidence-based guidelines in antithrombotic therapy, lung ...
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Benefits Chestnut is a good body builder food and recommended in cases of emaciation (wasting away of body tissues). Chestnut aids in the care of the teeth and treatment of pyorrhea. The leaves are used as remedy in fever. Chestnut is use in convulsive cough such as whooping cough and in other condition of the respiratory organ.Is chestnut a fruit or nut?
Interestingly enough, the chestnut is considered both a nut and a fruit. This is because fruits are technically defined as the product of a flowering plant, and most nuts fall into this category. Chestnuts have a mildly sweet taste and can easily be added to a variety of different dishes.What do chestnuts taste like?
Inside, the texture of the chestnuts was firm, yet spongy and able to break apart if torn (think texture of a raw white mushroom). And you’d be surprised if you were expecting them to taste like other nuts such as almonds or pecans. The taste was sweet and earthy, somewhat resembling a sweet potato.
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