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The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that…

Answer: Nuts! Nuts are nutritional! They are filled with heart-healthy fats, protein, vitamins, and minerals. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that adults who incorporate nuts into their diets lost weight and reduced waist size.

Nuts are a great way to get micro-nutrients into our diets. Not all nuts are created equal. The following are some of the best nuts per 1-ounce serving:

1. Pistachios: Serving size, 49 nuts; Calories, 160.
– 12 percent of your daily fiber
– 90 percent of good unsaturated fat.
– Vitamin B6
– Thiamin
– Antioxidants
– May help reduce cholesterol and lower blood pressure.

2. Cashews: Serving size, 17 nuts; Calories, 163
– Iron
– 38 percent of our daily copper needs.
– Zinc
– May prevent gallstones.

3. Pecans: Serving size, 20 pecan halves; Calories, 196
– May help protect you against age-related motor neuron degeneration
– 60 percent monounsaturated fat and
– More than 19 vitamins and minerals.

4. Walnuts: Serving size, 14 halves; Calories: 185
Note: Store walnuts in the refrigerator or freezer because they spoil faster than
most other nuts.
– Omega-3 fatty acids (the heart-healthy substance contained in fish oil).
– Manage diabetes, pre-diabetes, and metabolic syndrome.
– Magnesium
– Phosphorus.
– Fight age-related cognitive decline

5. Brazil nuts: Serving size, 7 nuts; Calories, 186
– Supplies our bodies with all the selenium it needs.
– Highest amount of magnesium per serving of all the nuts
– Natural laxative and antacid

6. Peanuts: Serving size, 28 peanuts; Calories, 191
– Highest amount of folate
– Keep blood sugar levels stable

7. Soy nuts (not technically nuts): Serving size, 1/4 cup; Calories, 126
– 11 grams of protein per serving
– High amounts of vitamin K

8. Pine nuts: Serving size, 157 nuts; Calories, 160
– Lutein
– Beta-carotene
– 2.5 milligrams of manganese (one-third of Americans do not meet their daily manganese requirements)

9. Macadamia nuts: Serving size, 11 nuts; Calories, 203
– Palmitoleic acid (omega-7 monounsaturated fatty acid)
– 100 percent of your daily thiamin needs.

10. Almonds: Serving size, 11 nuts; Calories, 203
– Have the most protein of any nut
– They also have the most calcium of any nut
– Vitamin E
– Riboflavin
– Niacin
– Calcium.
– Prebiotics

11. Pecans: Serving Size: 10 nuts; Calories, 196
– Significantly lower cholesterol
– Over twenty essential vitamins and minerals

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