Tuesday, April 9, 2019


Cashew is one of the tree in the flowing plant family Anacardiaceae, native to northeastern Brazil, now widely grown in tropical climates for its cashew nuts and cashew apples.

It's a type of roasted nut that has a curved shape.

Here are the different numerous benefits of eating cashew:

1.  Boost Immune System:
Cashews contains zinc, which plays a vital in boosting your immune system against micro-infections and diseases, it's very important during pregnancy for the growth of the baby.

2.  Prevent Heart diseases:
Cashews are good source of healthy dietary fats, they are essential for your body to absorb fat-soluble vitamins like vitamin K, A, D, and E and also produce fatty acids that are important for the development of the brain and blood clotting, they are good for the heart and also help reduce bad cholesterol in the body.

3.  Reduce Risk of Diabetes:
Because cashew has no sugar and no harmful cholesterol, it makes it safe for diabetic patients, and also reduce or lower the risk of Type 2 diabetes.

4.  Reduce Risk of Anemia:
Cashews are good source of dietary iron which is vital for carrying oxygen around the body, aids the immune system and the functioning of enzymes, when there is low amount of dietary iron in the body it can lead to fatigue, and anemia.

5.  Prevent Gallstones:
Gallstones are large quantities of cholesterol, that accumulates in the gallbladder, Regular eating of nuts like cashew can help reduce the risk of formation of gallstones.

6.  Boost bones and teeth:
Cashews contains phosphorus, which is essential for the development of teeth and bones.

7.  Boost healthy muscles and the nerve system:
Cashews are good source of magnesium which is important in developing of bones, tissues, muscles, and organs of the body, magnesium also help to maintain blood pressure, boost immune system, maintain nerve function, and regulates blood sugar levels.

8.  Promote formation of Red Blood Cells (RBC):
Cashews contains copper which helps in metabolism of iron and aids in formation of red blood cells (RBC), the copper in cashew also help in maintaining healthy immune system and bones. Copper its also important for the nervous and skeletal system of the body.

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