I am a big fan of both nuts and seeds.
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By: Diana Herrington March 12, 2016 Follow Diana at @DancinginLife
Cashews have a sweet aroma and a delicious taste. They are delightfully crunchy yet have a buttery texture.
This explains why these crescent-shaped nuts are found in so many exotic cuisines around the world. They add flavor, texture and nutrition to stir-fries, salads and curries. Cashews have become the third most consumed nut in the world.
4 Health Benefits of Cashews
1. Helps as an Anti-diabetic
Cashew extract has been found to be effective as an anti-diabetic according to a study at the University of Montreal (Canada) and the Université de Yaoundé (Cameroun). Diabetes affects almost 220 million people in the world and has been found to provoke heart and kidney problems.
2. Nutrients in Cashews Assists Memory
Cashews are particularly high in the nutrient PS (Phosphatidylserine), which studies have shown to help with…
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