The Brazil nut grows in the Amazon rainforest. It is encased in a hard shell like an acorn, but can taste sweeter than an acorn. Brazil nuts are tree-climbers that usually live 15-20 years; they sprout from gymnosperm trees that grow 6 inches per day. The Brazil nut requires 155 gallons (518 liters) of water to produce each pound of Brazil nuts with less waste than other types of nuts like almonds and cashews. There are three perceived benefits to eating this type of nut: weight loss, hormone regulation, and cholesterol reduction.
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