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Cashew Nuts

Raw Cashew Nuts

Raw Cashew Nuts

If taste is measured in brightness, then cashew nuts might just be Sirius. It’s evident in how often people use it in food—a favourite in-between snack, a special garnish to salads, that added kick to both sweet and savory dishes.

And glory awaits those who would eat it—glory in terms of health benefits, that is. Organic cashew nuts aren’t just tasty, they are also very nutritious. Just .25 cups of those kidney-shaped nuts contain 98% of copper, 29% of magnesium, 21% of zinc and so much more. And what can these nutrients do for you? A lot.

Origin: Vietnam, Indonesia, India or Sri Lanka
Available as: Whole or pieces
Benefits: Lower High Blood Pressure, Prevent Gallstones, Help in Weight Loss, Antioxidant, Help Digestion
Nutrition: Magnesium, Vitamin B-6, Iron, Copper, Manganese, Phosphorus, Selenium
Directions for use: 28 grams, or small handful per day

Lowers risk of heart diseases. Note that all nuts—cashews included—are naturally free of cholesterol. It also contains arginine, folic acid, potassium, mono-and polyunsaturated fats Vitamin E and Vitamin B6 that all work to protect the inner lining of arterial walls, reduce blood pressure and the risk of stroke and fights heart disease.

Helps form red blood cells. Iron and copper can be found in abundance in cashews which the body uses to form red blood cells. It also plays a vital role in keeping bones, blood vessels and nerves healthy.

It keeps your vision healthy. It’s not just carrots and yellow-coloured fruits and vegetables that promote healthy eyesight—cashews do, too. The significant amounts of zeaxanthin and lutein found in cashews help protect the eyes from damage like cataracts and blindness due to old age.

To get all these health benefits, it’s time to snack on cashew nuts today.

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