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20 Incredible Health Benefits And Nutritions Of Cashew Nut - A 100 gm. serving of Cashew nut provides 553 calories. It is high in fats, protein, and dietary fiber. they're wealthy sources of minerals including iron, potassium, zinc, selenium, copper, manganese, phosphorous and magnesium. Kaju additionally contains thiamine, Vitamin B6, and vitamin K. This also contains 113 mg of beta-sitosterol that has considerable meditative value. Cashew nuts are nutrient dense. consumption of a handful of cashew nuts comes with several health benefits.

The cashew plant is native to Brazil and was introduced to India in the latter half of the sixteenth century as a crop to examine erosion. Nowadays it's a valued crop, grown on the slopes of the hilly regions of the east and west coasts of India and some region of Indonesia. Each country has a different name. In Indonesia cashew nut called jambu mete or mente, however, in India called kaju. It has also the different name for other countries as well.

All those pictures with the cash…

The Health Benefits of Reiki Energy Healing - Are you suffering from higher and higher levels of stress? Does your life lack harmony and balance? Do you feel the need for physical, emotional and/or spiritual healing? All these things can be achieved through Reiki Energy Healing.
Anyone can benefit from reiki regardless of age, gender, or health issues. Reiki can help with all illnesses and other problems. You can use Reiki for headaches or stomach aches, viruses, tension and anxiety an also more serious conditions such as cancer and heart disease. It can help with the side effects of mainstream medical intervention such as chemotherapy, recovery post-operatively and depression. It can be used to strengthen the immune system prior to surgery or chemotherapy and radiation treatments to improve recovery times. Reiki promotes and speeds up natural healing after a surgery or illness. Reiki will always bring on an improvement and some people credit Reiki with total healings and cures which can be confirmed through i…

13 Amazing Health Benefits of Anise Star Essential Oil - Anise Essential Oil may not be the first aromatic oil that pops into your head when you think aromatherapy, but give it a chance. It really is a useful therapeutic oil. 
Historically, anise oil has been used for dry, irritable coughs, bronchitis, and whooping cough. These are still applicable uses today. In recent times, Anise oil is also used for arthritis/rheumatism and cancer. Good Anise comes from Turkey or Egypt. Pay attention to country of origin when purchasing any aromatherapy oil and know where the best comes from.

 Health Benefits Of Anise Essential Oil
Let us see what is known about anise and what medicinal properties have been discovered so far. How is all of this possible from one essential oil? It's in the properties. The therapeutic properties of anise are anticoagulant, anesthetic/analgesic, antioxidant, antiseptic, estrogen-like, antispasmodic, antitumoral, diuretic, tonic (heart), and a stimulant (heart).
Anti-epileptic & Anti-hysteric Eff…

Are You Missing Out on the Benefits of Acerola? - Acerola cherry is also loaded with healthy vitamins, minerals, and nutrients. This is a complete list :  Energy32 Kcal1.5%, Carbohydrates 7.69 g6%, Protein0.40 g <1%, Total Fat0.30 g1.5%, Cholesterol0 mg0%, Dietary Fiber1.1 g2.5%, Folates14 µg3.5%, Niacin0.400 mg2.5%, Pantothenic acid0.309 mg6%, Pyridoxine 0.009 mg<1%, Riboflavin0.060 mg4.5%, Vitamin A767 IU26%, Vitamin C1677.6 mg 1864%, Sodium7 mg0.5%, Potassium146 mg3%, Calcium12 mg1.2%, Copper 0.086 mg9%, Iron0.20 mg2.5%, Magnesium18 mg4.5%, Phosphorous11 mg 1.5%,  Selenium0.6 µg1%, Zinc0.10 mg1%

Acerola is known by a few different names, including Barbados cherry or wild crapemyrtle, its attributes are the same: large amounts of naturally occurring vitamin C. Acerola is a tropical fruit-bearing tree with variations from three to fruit-bearing producing fruit which looks much like a cherry. 
The overwhelming benefit of eating this small, deep cherry colored fruit is the amount of naturally occurring vitami…

What Not to Eat On a Raw Food Diet - There are many benefits to eating raw, but doing so needs to be done carefully as well as not all foods are suitable for raw eating. If you are considering a raw foods diet, or are already on one, here are some foods you should certainly avoid or think twice about before eating them raw. This list is not comprehensive, and readers are encouraged to learn more about what to eat - and what not to eat - on a raw food diet if they are new to raw foodism using the resources listed below. 
1. Kidney Beans. Even when sprouted, kidney beans should not be eaten raw. This is because they contain a chemical, phytohaemagglutinin, which can be toxic. Poisoning can result from eating as few as five beans, and symptoms will show within three hours and included nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. Hospitalization is rarely needed unless a very large quantity of raw kidney beans has been eaten. 
2. Buckwheat Greens. Interestingly, these are toxic primarily to fair-skinned individuals. B…

Health Benefits of Bromelain or Pineapple - How it is of the Essence to Your Health - According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, which regulates food labeling through the National Labeling and Education Act, in 1 cup chunks (165 g) consists of  Sodium 2mg,  Potassium 120mg, Total Carbohydrate 15g5%, Dietary Fiber 2g8%, Sugars 11g , Protein 1g, Vitamin A2%, Vitamin C131%, Calcium2%, Iron2%.

If you are reading this article, then you are fishing for information on the benefits of bromelain. If I could just pat you on the back right now, I would. Bromelain is very essential for your health and this is the right time for you to know how it can possibly improve your health and wellness.
Getting To Know Bromelain
We all know pineapple-most of us love it. But we are not all aware of the potent enzyme entrenched by Mother Nature in it. Yes, I am talking about Bromelain.
This is an enzyme abundant in pineapples that can aid in the breaking down of proteins in our body and can hinder the appearance and the progress of a multitude of diseases, some of …