Known in the Akan language as “atadwe,” tiger nut is one of the earliest recorded plants cultivated in ancient Egypt. And they’ve been used medicinally for both oral medications and enemas. Counted among the healthiest plants in the world, tiger nut helps to prevent heart attacks, thrombosis and activate blood circulation. And due to the high contents of soluble glucose, they help prevent cancer, as well as reducing the risk of suffering colon cancer.
Additionally, the high insoluble fibre contents of tiger nuts help the diabetics to regulate their sugar levels in the blood. However, recent studies have shown that there is more to tiger nuts than meets the eye. They are packed with a lot of health benefits that may seem too wonderful to be true. Here are six wonderful health benefits of tiger nuts