Cashew/kaju - Whole Premium 200 Gm
Cashew/kaju - Whole Premium 500 Gm
Cashew/kaju - Whole Premium 1 Kg
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Special Attributes: VEG
- 100% Pure Organic Genuine products
- Cleaned And Fresh Cashew Nut
- No preservatives, No Additives, No Added Color.
- High protein, dietary fiber, no gluten, no GMO, zero trans fat, zero cholesterol
- Good for an active life style, perfect for snacking
- Hearts best friend, contains oleic acid, improves cardiovascular system
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Health Benefits of Cashew/Kaju:
Cashews help maintain a healthy heart
Cashews are full of monounsaturated fats, which are needed to to lower LDL cholesterol (AKA the bad kind) and raise HDL cholesterol (AKA the good kind). They also help lower blood pressure, combat against the formation of plaque buildup in artery walls, and help to lower triglyceride levels, which all works together to fight against heart disease, heart attack and stroke.
Cashews are important for blood health
Copper deficiency can lead to anemia, a condition where a person’s red blood cell count is too low. One serving of cashews contains a lot of copper and some iron, which together help in the formation and utilization of red blood cells.
Cashews can help manage weight
Studies have shown that frequent nut consumption is associated with a reduced risk of weight gain. This may seem surprising since cashews are a pretty calorie heavy food. However, in moderation they can actually help manage weight because of the type of fat they contain, which is mostly monounsaturated fat. Cashews have healthy omega-3s, which help boost metabolism and burn fat. One serving also contains almost the entire daily requirement of copper, which helps to regulate metabolism and assists in energy production. Eating nuts also leaves you feeling full longer, which can curb cravings, overeating or the urge to reach for an unhealthy snack. However, since they are calorie heavy, eating cashews to manage weight only works in moderation.
Cashews are good for the skin and hair
The copper present in cashew nuts helps in the production of melanin, the pigment that gives skin, hair and eyes their color. Healthy melanin production can enhance the color of your hair, but it is also acts like a natural sunscreen. It helps block UV radiation from damaging the skin and potentially causing skin cancer. Cashews also contain antioxidants, which combat free radicals that build up in our bodies and cause cellular damage, which are partly responsible for the visible signs of aging.
Cashews can help prevent gallstones
Evidence shows that eating nuts regularly can help prevent painful gallstones from forming because they work to lower bad cholesterol and they lower triglycerides, both factors in gallstone formation.
Cashews improve brain function
The brain needs a steady supply of healthy fatty acids in order to function. The good fat that we get from cashews, along with zinc, iron, copper and manganese, help support cognitive function and mood regulation, and can alleviate mental disorders such as ADHD, depression and anxiety.
Cashews are good for bone health
The vitamin K, magnesium, copper and phosphorus that are present in cashews all work together to build bones, maintain bone density and support overall bone health. Copper helps to keep bones strong, making them less prone to breakage or osteoporosis. Magnesium is essential to bone health, with some being used by the body to build bone structure, along with phosphorus. And vitamin K helps to balance calcium, a key mineral in bone metabolism.
Cashews are good for eye health
Cashews help protect the eyes from harmful UV rays and free radical damage because they contain lutein and zeaxanthin. These antioxidant pigments naturally occur in the eyes and are an important defense against damaging light and may reduce the risks of developing age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and cataracts.
Cashews lower your risk for Type 2 diabetes
There are a couple of ways in which cashews combat diabetes: the monounsaturated fats we get from cashews helps lower the bad cholesterol and raise the good, and, the antioxidants found in cashews reduce inflammation, which causes insulin resistance and is the main cause of Type 2 diabetes.
Cashews can help regulate thyroid function
Cashews contain the mineral selenium, which plays an important role in ensuring proper thyroid function, regulating thyroid levels and protecting the thyroid’s tissue against oxidative stress. For women, this is especially important, as they are more prone to thyroid issues.