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... I would avoid cashew if I have high blood cholesterol, each 100 grams contains over 500 calories. ... (5 replies)
... Can eating of cashew nuts help bring down LDL levels? ... (1 replies)
... I've heard the opposite that it is bad to eat cashew if you have high colesterol (5 replies)

Cashew nuts
Nov 7, 2008
... Cashew nuts..mmmm... one of my favourites!. cashews are a DELICIOUS and healthy snack,in moderation ofcourse!!,they are very dense in calories and have a high oil content (good fats,mind you!). eventhough they may be high in fat,i highly doubt there is ANY cholesterol in them to speak of. you see,cholesterol is normally found in animal products, so no worries here.but just... (4 replies)
Cashew nuts
Oct 23, 2008
... does Cashew nuts have Cholesterol (4 replies)
... However, they are high in fat, I believe. (4 replies)
... I am concerned about lowering colestral also. so it was nice to fine out about cashew nuts but what about salted or non salted? ... (4 replies)
... do cashew nuts have cholestrol (4 replies)
About cholesterol
Jun 25, 2009
... do cashew nut have cholesterol? ... (1 replies)
... the answer to this but i'd like to check anyway. our new training material at work on cholesterol said that people with cholesterol problems should avoid eating cashew nuts and coconuts as they are rich in saturated fat which raises LDL cholestorol levels in the blood. i was suprised to read this. ... (10 replies)
... llamamuffinmama, thanks for the reply. I was going to get either natural cashew butter or organic almond butter when I was at the grocery store today. I was surprised by the price of the organic almond butter. ... (14 replies)
... yes. and it's also non-gmo and organic. i have a tub of the "whipped" variety here, so i'll just list the ingredients for you: expeller-pressed Natural Oil Blend (palm fruit, soybean, canola seed, and olive), filtered water, pure salt, natural flavor (derived from corn, no MSG, no alcohol, no gluten), crushed soy beans, soy lecithin, lactic acid (non-dairy, derived from sugar... (14 replies)
Peanut buttery...
Apr 23, 2005
... c I LOVE cashews and I can picture cashew butter being very creamy and tasty. The thing is, I just love peanut butter so much that I don't want to venture away from it!! ... (13 replies)
... Occationally I'd eat an egg or two, or eat pistachio and cashew nuts. ... (6 replies)
... Hello guys, I am a 16 year old male who is suffering from low testosterone. I had a blood test done recently, and my testosterone levels came out to be 400 ng/dl. That is extremely low for my age (16), because T-levels at this age should be peaking at around 750 ng/dl. Due to my low T-levels, I face a lot of issues, such as erection problems, low libido, etc. After... (0 replies)
... walnuts, peanuts, cashew ets. I think fruits is also a great idea, especially apples. ... (6 replies)
... There are other types of nut butters for occasional variety if desired such as almond butter, and sunflower butter. For the most part I do not recommend cashew butter because part of the original plant is said to be poisonous. That is not to say that it can never be eaten, only to say I would not use much. ... (12 replies)
... You can use whole foods to make your own flour if you have a powerful high speed blender (such as a vitamix or blendtec which I have). Last night I made amaretti cookies using whole raw almonds ground to a flour. I have made whipped cream using coconut milk from a can (organic source) or raw whole cashews (you can make all sorts of creams and "cheesy" sauces with cashew nuts... (6 replies)
... It is helpful though, even if most users on here don't eat as strict as you do, because then we can learn some helpful tips on ways we can improve our own diets! I doubt I'll ever be able to 100% eat like you do, but I think the more changes I can make, the better. I mentioned in another thread that I struggle with making sure I pack good foods ahead of time, but it's... (7 replies)
... Actually, yes. Walnuts are the best, however cashews are a great choice too. Remember, nuts have a lot of fats, but the good kind if you will. Like anything else, don't overdo it. Snack on cashews and you'll be fine. There are some studies out there that state that walnuts and cashews have compounds that lower overall cholesterol from the blood. Here's my 1.5 cents: ... (1 replies)


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