All beyond cashews are USDA organic, GMO free, gluten free, vegan, and Fairtrade certified.
These little bags are the ultimate snack for on-the-go! Whether you’re snacking at work or on a road trip, our 3.5 oz bags are the perfect size for a quick bite.
Unleash your creative potential with raw cashews! Their mild nutty taste is perfectly tasty by itself, but they’re also an excellent addition to toss in salads or added to a dish for a complementary crunch. The best part about raw cashews is they serve as a blank canvas in the kitchen. You can salt and roast them or candy them with cinnamon and sugar.
Whether you choose sweet or savory, these small-but-mighty bags will fuel your beyond for hours to come.
Studies show that eating a high number of plant-based foods can reduce the risk health conditions caused by lifestyle choices. Here are some ways cashews can improve your health.
If you’re concerned about cholesterol, cashews are the snack for you! They contain oleic and palmitoleic acids, which help lower LDL cholesterol (the bad one) and help increase HDL (the good one). The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved for health labels to state that “eating 1.5oz per day of most nuts as part of a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol may reduce the risk for heart disease.”
Preliminary data states that consuming nuts on a regular basis is correlated with a higher expenditure of energy while your body is at rest. What does this mean? People who eat nuts on a regular basis are likely burning more calories while at rest than those who don’t. Some researchers have stated that eating routinely nuts can lead to maintaining a healthy weight.
Protein is one of the three macronutrients your body needs because it helps regenerate muscle tissue and create new cells. Cashews are the ideal option for people looking for a protein-packed snack to get them through to the next meal.
Although most nuts are high in protein, cashews stand out because of their unique nutritional ratios. For every sixteen to eighteen cashews (approximately 1 oz), you’ll consume 5g of protein, 13g of healthy fat, and 160 calories. This ratio of protein-fat-calories make cashews a better choice over the often-compared macadamia nut, which is usually higher in calories and lower in protein.
Zinc is a critical nutrient known for its anti-viral properties. Because your immune system is built on zinc, it needs this mineral to fight off bacteria and viruses. Women need 8mg of zinc daily, while men need 11mg. The good news is that in a 1 oz serving of cashews, you get nearly 2mg of zinc! With just a few servings of cashews, you can meet your daily requirement of this important nutrient.