A popular ingredient finding its way in every Indian kitchen, cashew nuts originated in Brazil.
Cashews are famous throughout the world for their delicate flavor and extraordinary health
benefits. They contain heart-healthy monounsaturated fats, including oleic and palmitoleic acids.
These are essential fatty acids that have been associated with lower levels of unhealthy LDL
cholesterol and higher levels of healthy HDL cholesterol. As a result, the consumption of
monounsaturated fats in cashews is associated with a decreased risk of cardiovascular
diseases.Cashews have recently been used to make dairy alternatives, such as cashew milk,
cashew-based cheese, and cashew-based cream sauces and sour cream
There are many other benefits of consuming these miracle nuts, some of which are as follows:
*The consumption of cashews regularly may help in avoiding blood diseases.
*Cashews are an excellent vegetarian source of copper, providing more of the mineral than
most other non-meat sources.
*Cashews contain a powerful antioxidant pigment called Zea Xanthin that helps maintain eye
*Cashew nut is rich in selenium, zinc, magnesium, iron, and phosphorous. *They are also
excellent sources of phytochemicals, proteins, and antioxidants that are great for the skin.
*According to studies, cashew nuts have a significant percentage of dietary fibers.
*Experts say that the consumption of cashews and the application of cashew oil on your scalp ensures healthy hair