What Are Cashew Nuts, Roasted & Salted?
Cashews are one of the most popular nuts around, a fond favourite to have roasted, sugared or salted. Cashews have been consumed for as long as people could consume them and there is still no doubting the benefits of the cashew nut itself, which has long been valued for its sweet flavour, soft crunch and nutritional qualities. Cashews have a smaller fat content than most nuts, with roughly 75% consisting of unsaturated fatty acids. About 75% of this unsaturated fatty acid content is oleic acid, which is the same monounsaturated fat found in olive oil, well known to be heart friendly and support HDL or “good” cholesterol, better still Just a quarter-cup of these delicious nuts supplies over 37% of your daily recommended value for monounsaturated fat.
Why Should I Get Cashew Nuts, Roasted & Salted?
Cashews are rich in heart-friendly monounsaturated-fatty acids like oleic, and palmitoleic acids. These essential fatty acids help lower harmful LDL-cholesterol while increasing good HDL cholesterol in the blood.
Cashew nuts are abundant sources of essential minerals, especially manganese, potassium, copper, iron, magnesium, zinc, and selenium. A handful of cashew nuts a day would provide enough of these minerals to assist the prevention of deficiency accumulating.
Cashews are also good for many essential vitamins such as B1,B2, B5, and B6, 100 g nuts provide 0. 147 mg or 32% of daily-recommended levels of pyridoxine which can be difficult to accrue from other food sourced as well as Niacin which helps prevent dermatitis.
What’s In My Cashew Nuts, Roasted & Salted?
Ingredients: **Cashews (95%), Vegetable Oil (4%),
Product Packed On A Premesis that handles Nuts, Seed, Soya & Sesame
Country of Origin: Vietnam
|Typical Values||Per 100g|
|Energy (kcals)||553 Kcal|
|Energy (kj)||2314 Kj|
|– Of Which Saturates||7.8 g|
|– Of Which Sugars||5.91 g|