HEALTH TIPS : Such people should consume cashews wisely, otherwise there may be loss instead of benefit.


Cashew is a great dry fruit, which is consumed by many people. It is very beneficial for health. Vitamin E is found in abundance in it, due to which it also acts as anti-aging, that is, it reduces the effects of aging. Mineral elements like magnesium, potassium, copper, zinc, iron, manganese, and selenium are found in cashew and these elements make cashew a 'treasury of properties'. Experts say that by eating cashews regularly, the body's metabolism remains correct and cardiovascular diseases are also removed. Apart from this, cholesterol levels and sodium content are also low. In such a situation, it is also helpful in keeping blood pressure under control. That is, overall there are many benefits of consuming cashew, but it can also be harmful to some people. Let us know which people should not or should not consume cashew nuts?

Excess consumption of cashew causes harm

Experts say that consuming too much of anything harms the body. The same is the case with cashew nuts. Just like the physical benefits it provides, there are also disadvantages to consuming it in excess. Eating cashews in excess can cause high blood pressure (hypertension).

can gain weight

Nowadays obesity and weight gain have become a serious problem. If you want to keep your weight under control, then keep in mind that do not consume cashews in excess at all. Experts say that the amount of calories in it is high, in such a situation, its consumption can increase your weight.

Such people should reduce the consumption of cashew

People suffering from headaches and migraines should not consume cashew in large quantities. Experts say that the amino acids present in it can further increase the pain of headaches and migraines. Apart from this, excessive consumption of cashew can also cause problems like stomach upset.

Note: Priya Pandey is a qualified and experienced Dietician (Dietician). He joined CSJM of Kanpur. B.Sc in Human Nutrition from University has done. He has worked as a Dietician in Abha Super Specialty Hospital, Kanpur. He has also participated in GSVM Medical College as the representative of the subject of nutrition lectures. He has a long experience of 8 years in this field.

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