(VEN) - Vietnam has been exporting cashew nuts for almost 30 years and has become the world’s largest cashew processor and exporter. It is developing cashew branding while strengthening promotion and material development to maintain its top position in the world cashew market.
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Eating 1.5 ounces of nuts, such as peanuts, each day may reduce your risk for heart disease. Peanuts are a healthy snack and a good sources of antioxidants, B vitamins and healthy monounsaturated fats. Although peanuts are high in calories and fat, regular onsumption of peanuts is not associated with weight gain.
Once shunned for their high fat content, nuts are now getting the credit they deserve for their nutritional benefits and can fit into virtually any healthy diets. And while peanuts aren't technically nuts, they share many of the same nutritional benefits and occupy the same "niche" in your diet. Snacking on dry-roasted peanuts can help you feel satisfied between meals, and you'll get some nutrients, like iron, that will help sustain your energy levels.
Here's good news if you're nuts about nuts. Over the past decade, a substantial amount of research has suggested that eating nuts in moderation—including peanuts and most tree nuts—can help keep your heart healthy. In fact, the USDA Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2015 recommends consuming 5 ounces of nuts, seeds and soy products per week based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Proanthocyanidins are a class of flavonols which fight against tumor cells by stopping them to divide further. These proanthocyanidins and high copper content in cashew nuts help fight against cancerous cells and keeps you away from colon cancer. This is one of the major cashew nut benefits.