Nuts contain unsaturated fatty acids and other nutrients. Most nuts appear to be generally healthy, though some may have more heart-healthy nutrients than others. The most popular edible nuts that we thoughtfully select are almonds (Prunus amigdalis), macadamias (Macadamia integrifolia), and pistachios (Pistachia vera).
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Helps lower blood sugar levels
Several studies have shown that blood sugar, blood pressure,
and other health markers improve when people with type 2 diabetes
and metabolic syndrome include nuts in their diet.
Nuts may reduce inflammation,
especially in people with diabetes, kidney disease,
and other serious health conditions.
Helps with weight management
Nuts have been shown to promote weight loss
rather than contribute to weight gain. Several studies indicate that
your body doesn’t absorb all of the calories in nuts.
High in Beneficial Fiber
Many nuts are high in fiber, which can reduce disease risk,
help keep you full, decrease calorie absorption,
and improve gut health.
Nuts may help lower total and “bad” LDL cholesterol
and triglycerides while boosting levels of
“good” HDL cholesterol.
Hight in antioxidants
Nuts contain antioxidants known as polyphenols,
which may protect your cells and “bad” LDL cholesterol
from damage caused by free radicals.
Compared to other nuts, pistachios have a lower fat and caloric content, higher levels of fiber-containing 10% by weight of insoluble forms, and 0·3% of soluble forms and antioxidant compounds. Divergent antioxidants are found in pistachio seeds: anthocyanins, carotenoids, flavonoids, isoflavones, tocopherols, proanthocyanidins, and resveratrol.
Almonds have a long history of use in dietary and health. They are a valuable food source and contain deficient levels of carbohydrates and gluten-free. Therefore almond is made into flour for low-carbohydrate diets for diabetes patients or gluten-sensitive people and people with wheat allergies and celiac disease.
Macadamia nuts are progressively accepted as a beneficial source of nutrients, very low cholesterol, and sodium. One of the most critical features of macadamia nuts is their high-beneficial fat content, in which over 77% of the fat is unsaturated, mostly in the form of monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFAs), while only around 16 % is saturated fatty acids (SFAs).