Macadamia nuts

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Macadamia nuts is an evergreen genus that grows 2–12m. The fruit is a hard, woody, globose follicle with a pointed apex, containing one or two seeds. The nutshell (“coat”) is particularly tough and requires around 2000 N to crack. The shell material is five times harder than hazelnut shells and has mechanical properties similar to aluminium. It has a Vickers hardness of 35.[8][9]

Macadamia Nuts Macadamia nuts also contain plant compounds called flavonoids, which can fight cancer by destroying damaging free radicals in the body. Tocotrienols may have powerful anticancer abilities, according to some older research Trusted Source. Macadamia nuts contain a significant amount of tocotrienols. However, most of the studies were laboratory or rodent-based. The same findings may not apply to humans.


Higher intake of tree nuts has been linked to lower breast cancer risk, and ER- breast cancer in particular, however not all studies are in agreement and macadamia nuts are in any case different enough from other nuts that this finding might not hold for them. There are no available epidemiological studies that isolate the possible impact of macadamia nut consumption on cancer risk for U.S. or European populations. Nor are there animal studies concerning macadamia nut intake and mammary tumor development or cell studies examining the influence of macadamia nut extract on breast cancer cell proliferation, angiogenesis or death.

Use nuts to complement and add to your enjoyment of nutrient-rich, cancer-protective foods.

  1. Add nuts to hot or cold cereal and yogurt.
  2. Enjoy nuts in salads as a healthy way to add crunch.
  3. Toss with stir-fried vegetables, pasta or cooked grains like brown rice or quinoa.
  4. Combine nuts with dried fruit for a portable trail mix snack.

Macadamias last for at least five months at room temperature, if you store them properly. More if you keep them refrigerated or frozen. Keep the nuts in a an airtight container or freezer bag, in a dark place away from heat sources.

some people are allergic to macadamia nuts and have had serious allergic reactions, including life-threatening breathing problems (anaphylaxis).


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