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In 28.4grams of dried acorns you can get 2 per cent of your total daily calcium and iron intake.
Acorns are also a good source of folate, magnesium, phosphorus and potassium. They are naturally low in sodium, provide small amounts of protein and do not contain cholesterol. Since they are higher in calories and carbohydrates, you do not want to eat too many of these roasted nuts, but rather reserve them for treats around birthdays and Christmas.
It is often described as the Food of Survival and people often become addicted to acorns. Just for reference it’s not the size of an acorn, and I have decent hair so it makes up for it. And also why were you thinking about my penis in the first place?
So pretty much I’m the Pick and Mix of nutrients. 😉
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