Published in Disease Risk Factor Week, April 23rd, 2006
According to a study from Germany, "In this study the content of anacardic acids, cardanols and cardols in cashew apple, nut (raw and roasted) and CNSL were analysed. The higher amounts (353.6 g/kg) of the major alkyl phenols, anacardic acids were detected in CNSL followed by cashew fibre 6.1 g/kg) while the lowest (.65 g/kg) amounts were detected in roasted cashew nut."
"Cashew apple and fibre contained anacardic acids exclusively, whereas CNSL also contained an abundance of cardanols and cardols....
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