Health benefit of Tiger Nuts

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By Juliet Odey
Tiger Nuts are tubers that grow under the soil’s surface. Also known as yellow nutsedge, tiger nutsedge or earth almond, tiger nuts have been used for many centuries and remain extremely popular all over the western hemisphere.
Is one of the richest sources of non-meat protein that supplies plentiful of energy essential for carrying out heavy work all through the day and is one of the few essential minerals that contribute to the proper functioning of the cell and body organs, especially the heart.
Tiger nuts are also loaded with plentiful of amino acids of various types, especially Arginine. The Mayo Foundation suggests arginine as the nitric oxide precursor, which maintains the width of blood vessels to ensure normal blood flow. Arginine is helpful in providing solutions in conditions caused due to restricted blood vessels, including clogged arteries, chest pain, erectile dysfunction, heart disease or failure, artery diseases, muscle cramps, and headaches.
It is also loaded with vitamins and minerals, especially vitamins C and E and potassium and phosphorus.

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