Chinese Association of Idaho State University (CAISU)
Now that you have all of your meal prep appliances, your recipes picked out, your ingredients purchased, your oils infused, and your refrigerator, freezer and workspace clean it's finally time! You're ready to cook! Keep in mind while you're cooking that even seasoned meal preppers spend hours preparing their food for the week so don't expect to be done in an
hour. Remember you're cooking for the whole week, not just one night. And don't worry if it takes you longer than you expect to cook and store everything, the more you practice the faster you'll become. Just think of all the time you'll be saving every evening for the next week! Most importantly remember that you're doing this for your health and the health of your family so enjoy and HAVE FUN!
According to studies, it has been observed that nowadays allergy to nuts is increasing especially among children because around one third of children are allergic to pistachios. Another study noted that cashew allergies have higher risk of getting anaphylaxis when compared to any other allergy. Seek medical help if you notice swelling on face or in throat or if you face breathing problem. Other results include rashes, itching in throat and mouth, hives, diarrhea, nausea as well as vomiting.
Salted cashews are also available in market and you can find the one that are low in sodium. A serving of the salted cashews can include 181 mg of sodium. Eat cashews in limited quantity to prevent its effects. Keep your cashew intake under 1500 mg of sodium every day in order to avoid the spikes of blood pressure.