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Health Benefits: Have heart protective Monounsaturated fats which are good for heart. Also helps to reduce triglycerides fats in the blood which are proved to increase the risk of Heart diseases. Very beneficial for a person with diabetes. Its proven that nuts have highest total antioxidant contents which help to reduce cardiovascular and coronary heart diseases , so for a healthy heart enjoy a handful of cashews or other nuts at least 4 times a week. Cashews are abundant source of copper and magnesium which plays an important role in wide range of physiological processes including iron utilization, elimination of free radicles, development of bones and connective tissues and the production of skin and hair pigment called melanin. Various studies have proved that eating nuts helps to prevent Gallstones and lowers the risk of weight gain. Precaution Safety: Cashew nut allergy is a hypersensitivity condition in some individuals. The symptoms are simple skin itching (hives) or in extreme cases may lead to breathing difficulty, pain abdomen, vomiting and diarrhea. Individuals with known allergic reactions to cashew nuts may observe caution while eating them. Storage Advice: At home, store cashew kernels inside an airtight container and keep in the refrigerator in order to avoid them turn rancid. Under ideal conditions, fresh nuts should last for 5-6 months. Culinary Uses: Enjoy cashews as snacks as they are roasted or raw. Enjoy the sweet taste of cashews as a garnishing on various kinds of sweets and desserts. Cashews, along with almonds and other dry fruits can be used in various rice dishes such as Hyderabadbiryani , rice pulao etc. Nuts are widely used in confectionaries such as biscuits, sweets and cakes. Enjoy almond – butter, which is a ideal alternative for peanut allergy suffers.