Calorie Counts for Nuts & Seeds

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  • 1.    Almonds

    Almonds are a great source of healthy fats on your diet plan so will help to calm hunger pains while being high in manganese as well as magnesium.

  • 2.    Brazil Nuts

    Brazil nuts are a great source of healthy fats, will provide a small amount of protein, and are also low in carbohydrate content.

  • 3.    Cashews

    Cashews are an excellent source of copper, manganese, tryptophan, as well as magnesium and phosphorus and will help to promote a healthy heart.

  • 4.    Chestnuts

    Chestnuts, unlike the name suggest, are actually fat free and contain mostly all carbs and will be a good source of vitamin C and manganese in the diet.

  • 5.    Macadamia Nuts

    Macadamia nuts are high in healthy fats, but should still be eaten in moderation. If you cook often, try using macadamia nut oil, as it's very healthy.

  • 6.    Mixed Nuts

    Mixed nuts tend to be a good source of protein, healthy fats, and manganese in the diet, but will be higher in total calorie content so should be eaten in moderation for good calorie control.

  • 7.    Nuts

    Nuts are one of the best sources of healthy fats to include in the diet and will promote stable blood sugar levels, helping to keep your hunger level lower throughout the day.

  • 8.    Peanuts

    Peanuts are high in manganese, tryptophan, as well as vitamin B3 and folate and will help to provide a small dose of fiber to your day as well, making them great for promoting good heart health.

  • 9.    Pecans

    Pecans are a good source of monounsaturated fats, will supply you with 3 grams of protein per one ounce serving and will also provide dietary fiber to your day.

  • 10.    Pine Nuts

    Pine nuts are an often forgotten about source of healthy fats in the diet and will be a good source of manganese while being low in sugar as well as cholesterol.

  • 11.    Pistachios

    Pistachios are full of healthy fats, loaded with protein and fiber, and will also provide you with a good dose of iron, vitamin A, vitamin C, as well as calcium.

  • 12.    Seeds

    Seeds are a great alternative to nuts to add to your diet to help you bring up the healthy fat content while getting a small dose of protein in as well.

  • 13.    Soy Nuts

    Soy nuts are a good source of healthy fats and protein for those consuming a vegetarian diet or who are looking to reduce their chances of developing breast cancer.

  • 14.    Sunflower Seeds

    Sunflower seeds are high in vitamin E, vitamin B1, manganese, copper, tryptophan, as well as magnesium, selenium, and vitamin B6, making them a very nutrient dense food to add to your diet plan.

  • 15.    Walnuts

    Walnuts are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which will help to promote maximum health by increasing your insulin sensitivity, supporting your brain processes, and keeping your heart healthy.

  • 16.    Water Chestnuts

    Water chestnuts are a good source of dietary fiber, Riboflavin, vitamin B6, potassium, copper, as well as Manganese and are very low in sodium content.