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Cashew Roasted Salted

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Scientific Name:

anacardium occidentale

Reference: W01768
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Rota das Indias

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Cashew Roasted Salted Appetizer


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Cashew is a fatty fruit from Brazil that is already enchanting the Portuguese for being an excellent food from a nutritional point of view.

 

Get to know this food and all the benefits you can get from eating it.

 

Cashew is a fatty fruit with many benefits for human health, as well as being widely used in various dishes.

 

Cashew is native to Brazil and was taken by the Portuguese from Brazil to Asia and Africa. The fruit itself is hard and oleaginous, better known as the "cashew nut".

 

Cashews are very nutritious and an excellent source of protein, minerals and essential vitamins. In addition, this fruit is an excellent source of beneficial fats for the body.

 

Recommended daily intake:

Before getting to know all the benefits of this Brazilian delicacy, it's important to point out that, despite being very healthy, cashew consumption should be moderate.

The recommended daily portion should not exceed 10g of cashew or 5 units.

 

The benefits of cashews are diverse, as they contain a large number of nutrients that are essential for general health.

1. Helps prevent cancer

Cancer affects many people today and it is well known that the best way to prevent it is through a healthy diet rich in nutrients.

Cashews are an excellent source of flavonoids, important antioxidants with anti-inflammatory effects, making this fruit one of the greatest enemies of cancer.

One of the flavonoids with the greatest effect on cancer is proanthocyanidins, an inhibitor of tumor development that prevents the proliferation and growth of cancer cells.

Due to the strong presence of lycopene and beta-carotene, cashews help prevent prostate and lung cancer. There are also studies that aim to prove the use of the fruit as an aid in the treatment of breast and mouth cancer.

 

2. Prevents the formation of gallstones

Gallstones form in the gallbladder through the accumulation of cholesterol and bile, creating crystals of various sizes.

Most gallstones are made up of cholesterol. Scientific studies have found that cashew consumption can reduce the likelihood of gallstones forming by up to 25%.

 

3. Promotes healthy teeth, gums and bones

Due to its high content of minerals such as magnesium, phosphorus and calcium, cashews are essential for the healthy development of teeth, gums and bones. In addition, cashews can be useful for improving the flexibility not only of the bones, but also of all the joints.

However, to maximize these benefits, don't forget that it's essential to eat a healthy, balanced and complete diet.

 

4. Promotes immune system function

Cashew contains zinc, a mineral that plays a fundamental role in strengthening the immune system, facilitating the fight against microbial infections and accelerating wound healing.

Cashew also contains anacardic acid, which has strong properties against bacteria and other pathogens.

Its anti-inflammatory effect also helps relieve dental pain and ulcers.

 

5. Protects the cardiovascular system

Cashews are rich in antioxidants which, in turn, provide great cardiovascular benefits. In addition, cashews are rich in unsaturated fats, including oleic acid, which helps to reduce triglyceride levels, which cause serious problems such as strokes or myocardial infarctions.

Several studies have already reported cashew nuts' ability to reduce LDL cholesterol (also known as "bad cholesterol") by 10-20%, thus preventing problems such as atherosclerosis.

Cashews are also a good source of omega-3, which is known to combat various heart problems.

 

6. Helps with weight loss

If you want to lose weight, cashews can help you achieve that goal. Rich in unsaturated fats, similar to the fats found in olive oil and fish, cashews can be an excellent choice for snacking on in-between meals.

Because it has a high fiber content, it enables better intestinal function, reduces abdominal discomfort and bloating, and keeps you feeling full for longer.

 

7. Important for the nervous system

Magnesium is an important mineral for controlling the nervous system.

To ensure a good maintenance of psychological balance, the magnesium contained in cashews can help communication between neurotransmitters. The mineral supports the production of dopamine, which results in a relaxing and convenient effect, especially for times of increased pressure and stress.

 

May contain traces of other nuts and soy.


The information contained in the description of this product is for informational purposes only. They do not replace the advice and monitoring of your Doctor.

Our products, which may originally be gluten-free, are not recommended for Celiac patients. Our products are packaged and sold in bulk, so we cannot guarantee that there is no cross-contamination.

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Toasted Cashew; Salt

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