The seedsВ cashew nuts haveВ amazing healing properties that can eliminate the bacteria that cause acne, tooth decay, pneumonia and tuberculosis.В They grows on the bottom of the cashew appleВ and are native to the coastal areas of northeastern Brazil. They can be found in bigger markets, but theВ caustic resin should be removed before using them.
Cashew nuts have a lower fat, compared toВ other nuts. They containsВ 82% fatty acids andВ 68% of the unsaturated fatty acids. It means that they areВ healthy monounsaturated and very similar to the olive oil. This fat is very beneficial for patients withВ diabetes, because it can drastically reduce triglyceride levels.
Cashew nuts containsВ the anacardic acids whichВ can kill the bacteria that cause tooth decay, tuberculosis, acne, leprosy, Francisella tularensis and Streptococcus pneumoniae. Only one part of this acid can beВ dissolvedВ in 200000 parts of water. It is enough to kill theВ bacteria in only 15 minutes. This acid haveВ asВ antioxidant, antitumor and anti-Helicobacter pylori properties.
Scientists claimed thatВ eating cashew nuts can effectively reduce the risk of pancreatic cancer. This finding was published inВ NatureвЂ™s British Journal of Cancer. EatingВ cashew nuts once per week canВ lower the risk of developing gallstones. It isВ equals to about 2 tablespoons of nut butter, or 28.6 nuts. The best way to eating them is to eatВ as a snack or tossed in a salad or oatmeal.
Reduce the risk of weight gain
New findings from the study publishedВ in the Obesity journalВ claimed that people who ate nuts at least twice a week had lower risk of weight gain. Also, there is anotherВ study from Spain whoВ found thatВ people who ate nuts twice a week had a 31% less chance to gain weight compared to those who rarely ate nuts.
We strongly recommend you to include this superВ nuts in your diet.