Swelling: 1 in 500 people may experience swelling – mainly in the ankles. This is due to lack of circulation of blood. We recommend that you reduce to 1/8th of the seed and do 15-20 minutes of exercise daily and try to keep your feet above your heart level when asleep by placing pillows under them. The swelling may also be due to water retention and your body may gain some weight which should come right as soon as the body stops retaining water. Should the swelling be anywhere else, you could be allergic to Nuts. Reduce to 1/8th of the seed and take medication for allergies. Should the swelling not go down, stop taking Nuez completely.
Above are all the side effects that we are aware off. Most of it may not be experienced by many people. Some people may experience none of the above side effects.
Fish oil fatty acids interact with the peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor (PPAR) system, which are a class of receptors (PPARα, PPARβ/δ, and PPARγ) that seem to respond to dietary lipids and similarly structured molecules. They are highly involved in the treatment of diabetes and metabolic syndrome (via the drug classes of fibrates and thiazolidinediones), with varying effects on fat mass (PPARα increases beta-oxidation of fatty acids,  while PPARγ promotes fat storage but improves insulin tolerance;  PPARδ appears to be similar to PPARα in this regard  ).
“Attention-deficit drugs increase concentration in the short term, which is why they work so well for college students cramming for exams. But when given to children over long periods of time, they neither improve school achievement nor reduce behavior problems. The drugs can also have serious side effects... Many parents who take their children off the drugs find that behavior worsens, which most likely confirms their belief that the drugs work. But the behavior worsens because the children's bodies have become adapted [because the drugs are habit-forming] to the drug. Adults may have similar reactions if they suddenly cut back on coffee, or stop smoking.”