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Tiger nuts have begun to make a name as a new superfood. Tiger nuts aren’t actually nuts at all! They are tubers, growths at the end of a root that stores energy for the plant. Small but mighty, they contain digestive-boosting fiber, as well as magnesium and potassium (1). Magnesium is critical in many functions of the body, including helping control blood glucose, synthesizing DNA, and regulating blood pressure (2). Potassium helps nerves function properly and muscles contract (3).
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