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Tiger Nuts, Receipes And Their Wonderful Health Benefits - Do you need to get rid of cardiovascular diseases? Or you may also enjoy many benefits of vitamin C? Here is only one ingredient that can inform you all these, in addition to many other of health benefits.

Well, Tiger nuts now are what we are talking about. I'm sure you can't wait to know the many benefits of tiger nuts, go ahead and read this post!

What Are Tiger Nuts?

Tiger nuts aren't actually nuts but the edible tubers from under the soil of the Cyperus esculentus plant which is commonly assumed as earth almond. They have been cultivated for at least 9,000 years for its nutrient density and oils purposes. While these plants are considered weeds in certain places, the dense nutrient content of these tubers make them an essential crop and source of starch – far more than cassava.

Tiger Nuts benefits

1. Cardiovascular Health

Potassium has a particularly high presence in these tubers, which is a natural vasodilator. Based on the University of Maryland Medical Center, potassium is one of the few essential minerals that contribute to the proper functioning of the cell and body organs, especially the heart organ. So, it's important to maintain proper regulation of muscle contraction, digestive functions, controlling the blood pressure levels and protect cardiovascular health.

2. Anti-aging agent

As mentioned above that tiger nuts have many nutritious components, they also act as a source of antioxidant. Vitamin E from tiger nuts performs its role as an anti-oxidant agent which able to slow down aging.

3. Rich In Fiber

Tiger Nuts consist of high fiber content – around 33%, which is indeed a considerable amount. In a research conducted in 2009 by the University of Miguel Hernandez, Orihuela, Spain, it was shown that 100g tiger nut flour contains around 60 g dietary fiber, especially the insoluble dietary fiber which is much higher than other popular fiber sources such as rice bran, oats, apple, cabbage, carrots, pears, Chia seeds and jack beans.

4. Weight Loss

Despite having a moderate amount of carbohydrate, the high fiber content can always keep you a full feeling, thus preventing time snacking, overeating and aiding weight loss efforts.

5. Boost Immune System

There is a good amount of vitamin C in these tubers and able to fight destructive bacteria while assisting the good bacteria to make them improve the immune system. Besides bacteria, it can also fight against viruses.

How To Consume Tiger Nut?

Actually, you don't need to eat raw tiger nut. You should soak them in water and process in roasted, dried, as well as baked or turned into tiger nut milk in order to healthy consume

You can also toast these tiny tubers by chopping and sprinkling on salads or soups as a flavorful and nutritious burst.
Mixing the tubers with nuts, chocolate, and dried fruit also makes for a delicious trail mix
Maybe the most famous use of tiger nuts, however, is in the creation of the special Spanish beverage – horchata – made with cinnamon, or perhaps even mixed with dates or you try to make a tiger milk with this recipes :

What do you need?

  • One cup of tiger nuts (soaked for 24-48 hours)
  • A glass of water
  • Strainer
  • Cardamom/Cinnamon
  • Jaggery or honey

Procedures :

  1. Soak the tiger nuts in a bowl of water and cover the bowl with a cloth.
  2. Let it stand for about 1-2 days.
  3. Remove the cloth and add the nuts to a blender.
  4. Add the spices and the sweetener of your choice to the blender.
  5. Blend the nuts well until the mixture becomes thick and smooth.
  6. Strain the mixture into a serving glass.
  7. Your tiger nut milk is ready to drink.
  8. Keep in sterile food during this process 

Tiger Nuts Side Effects

Gastrointestinal problems: If you eat too many tiger nuts tubers, the fiber could have a constipating effect, so make sure to consume these nuts in moderation.
Certain allergic reactions: Allergies to these tubers are very possible and may manifest as stomach issues, such as nausea, vomiting, or excess 


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