NIKHIL MERCANTILE ( Building Healthier Nation )

Cashew is a prominent component that can be found in many Indian cuisines. It is a nut that is abundant in minerals and comes from a Brazilian plant. The cashew tree, which was brought to India by merchants, grows to incredible heights and has an uneven stem. Large delicious apples hang from the trees, with the cashew nut clinging at the bottom. Both the nut and the fruit have diverse uses. The nut, which is sometimes referred to as the poor man's harvest even though it is now sold for a high price, is used to prepare savory and rich curries as well as roasted and consumed raw. 

Several health benefits can be obtained from consuming a significant number of cashews in your diet :

1. Heart Health - Cashew nuts are believed to be good for one's health, as they can help to prevent diseases like heart disease. In the perspective of a healthy diet, cashew consumption lowers cholesterol and possesses antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-vascular reactivity properties. Cashews can help decrease LDL and raise HDL carrying capacity. HDL is in charge of absorbing cholesterol from the heart and transporting it to the liver to be broken down. As part of a low-fat diet, a handful of cashews every day may help to lower the risk of heart disease.

2. Inhibits Blood Disease - Consuming cashews on a daily and moderate basis may aid in the prevention of blood illnesses. Copper is abundant in cashew nuts, and it aids in the removal of free radicals from the body. Iron deficiency, such as anemia, can be caused by copper insufficiency. As a result, we should consume the necessary amount of copper in our diet. Cashew nuts are a great source of this.

3. Protects the Eye - In today's metropolitan environment, with its pollutants, our eyes are frequently infected with numerous illnesses. ZeaXanthin is a strong antioxidant pigment found in cashews. Our retina absorbs this pigment quickly and directly. This develops a protective coating over our retina, preventing UV radiation from harming us. Small amounts of ZeaXanthin aid maintain eye health in the elderly by preventing age-related macular degeneration.

4. Aid in Weight Loss - When compared to diets that exclude nuts, persons who eat nuts on a moderate and consistent basis lose weight quicker. Cashews, for example, are high in Omega 3 fatty acids, which help to speed up the metabolic process and burn calories. Nuts are an excellent snack for those trying to lose weight because they are nutritious and keep you full and satisfied. Nuts should always be consumed raw and uncoated, thus they can help with weight loss.

5. Dietary Fibers - Cashew nuts have a high amount of dietary fiber. Oleic acid and palmitic acid are two vital dietary fibers that our bodies require. Because our bodies do not generate these fibers, we must ingest them from outside sources. These fibers can be found in abundance in cashew nuts. Dietary fibers aid digestion, but too much of them can induce bloating and substantial gas production in the intestine. Nut consumption, such as cashews, has been linked to a lower prevalence of numerous digestive illnesses.

Nikhil Mercantile manufactures Premium Cashews keeping our customers' health in mind. Our customers are our primary concern, and we go to great lengths to meet their needs and expectations. We are one of the most well-known supply chain managers of Premium Quality Cashew Kernels, having been founded in 2007 and earning a strong industry reputation since then. We purchase, process, and trade high-quality cashew kernels for wholesale and retail customers nationwide.