Monday, 7 April 2014

MEDICINAL BENEFITS OF CASHEW NUTS


The cashew tree's leaves and bark as well as the popular cashew apple possess herbal health benefits that include killing bacteria and germs, stoping diarrhea, drying secretions, increasing the libido, and reducing fever, blood sugar, blood pressure and body temparature.
The cashew nut, a popular treat found on groccy and health food store shelves accross the world, is jame-packed with nutrictional content. It packed 5 gramms of protein per ounce and high levels of the essentialsminerals, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, zinc, copper and maganese, which are utilized in holistic health solutions and healthy diets. Cashew nuts do heve a relatively high fat content (12 gramms per saturated fat), but it is considered "good fat".
This is due to the agreable fat ratio in the nut, 1:2:1 for saturated, monosaturated, and polysaturated respectively, which scientist say is ideal ratio for optimal health. Cashew nuts also have fatty acid profile that contributes to good health. though phytosterol, and sqaulene, all of which lower the risk of heart disease combined with the nut's zero percent cholesterol content. With no cholesterol, a rarity for such a tasty and pleasing treat, cashew nuts are a healthy fat food for heart patients. And because of thier levels of monosaturated fatty acids, they also help support healthy levels of good (H.D.L) cholesterol.
The cashew nut's high magnesium content content also takes the credit for it's healthy heart qualities.In thier raw form, cashews contain 82.5 milligramms of magnesium per ounce, or 21 percent of daily recommended vale of heart healthy minerals which also protects against high blood pressure, muscle spams, migarine headchaches, tension, soreness and fatigue. Magnesium also works with calcium to support with calcium to support healthy muscles and bones in the human body.
And with high copper content too, cashew nut consuption helps the body utilise iron, eliminate free radical, develop bone and connective tissue, andf produce the skin and hair pigment melanin copper which is an essential component of the enzyme "superoxide dismutase, is vital in energy prodution and antioxidant defense producing greather flexibility in blood vessels, bones and joints.
Recent clinical trials have shows that cashews and other nuts works with a person's lipid profile to have a beneficial on those with diabetes or at risk for diabetes. And with 37.7 percent of the daily recomended value of monosaturated fats, cashews can reduce triglyceride levels in diabetics, protecting them from further complications.
Integrating frequent nut consumption into your diet, especially raw cashews, may lower the risk of developing type-2 diabetes.All nuts, including the cashew nut, have been associated with a reduced risk of gallstone disease. According to the nurses health study, looking at the dietary data of 80,718 women, integrating at least one ounce of nuts a week, such as cashews, gives a women a 25 percent lower risk of developing gallsstones.
Eating cashews provide the body with a good source of copper. Cashew nuts are significant sources of
*iron (essential for real blood cell funtion and enzyme activity),
*magnesium (promotes energy release and bone growth)
*phosphorus (builds bones and teeth),
*zinc (essential to digestion and metabolism) and
*solenium( has important anti+oxidant properties, thus protecting the body from cancer)
These nuts are also good services of protein. In comparison to other tree nuts, cashew nut have lower fat content. They are also like all other tree nuts, cholesterol free cashew nut also contain significant amounts of phytochemicals with antioxidant properties that protects the body fron cancer and heart disease.
HOW MUCH CASHEW NUT TO EAT
Eighteen medium cashews count as one serving(30 gramms). Dont eat more than three servings per week. Unless you need to gain weight, then you can add two more servings
to your weekly intake. Always ensure you are replacing other dietary facts by simply adding the cashew nuts to your diet, you will add many extra calories to your deit.
A quarter-cup of cashew nuts supplies;
-37.4% of daily recomended value for monosaturated.
-38.0% of daily recommended value for coppwer
_22.3% of daily recommended value for magnesium


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