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Top 10 Best Foods For Brain Health

  • 19-07-2012

We’ve all heard “you are what you eat.” While a nutritious and well-balanced diet is of course great for our bodies, there are some foods that are more beneficial and more nutritious than others. We all know about the foods that we should eat that are deemed “healthy”, but what about foods that are good for just one very important part…say, the brain. In other words, what are the best foods for the brain.

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Quick Cashew Curry

  • 08-07-2012

An exotic dish that's ready in a hurry when time is slipping by.

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8 Nuts That Are Crazy-Good for Your Health-part 2

  • 02-07-2012

If nuts aren't in your regular snack rotation, you're missing out on major disease-fighting nutrients that protect your heart, boost brainpower, and more.

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8 Nuts That Are Crazy-Good for Your Health-part 1

  • 25-06-2012

If nuts aren't in your regular snack rotation, you're missing out on major disease-fighting nutrients that protect your heart, boost brainpower, and more.

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Cashew Crusted Chicken

  • 22-06-2012

Chicken breasts dipped in an apricot/mustard sauce, then rolled in chopped cashew nuts for a wonderfully tangy, crunchy and easy baked chicken dish. This recipe will satisfy anyone!

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Why You Should Be Eating Nuts

  • 18-06-2012

Nuts are tasty, loaded with good fat, protein, fiber, nutrients and phytochemicals that are heart healthy and potentially good for the waistline. Barring allergies, there aren’t many reasons not to include nuts in your diet.

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Sweet and sour chicken

  • 05-05-2012

Sweet and sour sauce, served with cashew nuts, walnuts fleshy delicacies will be a change in appetite

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Spicy Cashew Pork

  • 28-04-2012

An exceptional stir-fry. From Gourmet magazine

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Tofu with cashew nuts

  • 26-04-2012

This is a great snack, especially when you are dieting, fasting or weight loss.

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Pecans found to lower risk of heart disease, reduce LDL oxidation

  • 20-04-2012

A study in California, conducted by Loma Linda University researchers, found that the high vitamin E content of pecans might reduce the risk of heart disease by slowing blood oxidation.

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