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Many people think they need to avoid nuts because they’re high in calories and in fat. While this is true to some degree, the fats found in nuts are usually the healthy fats. Our body requires healthy fats to perform the daily activities. Nutritionist, dietitians and wellness experts always recommend to have nuts for weight management program. Nuts are packed with protein, which is a must for a healthy body.

Below are the 5 healthiest nuts that you should be adding to your diet for healthy body, mind and spirit.

ALMONDS- While choosing nuts, go raw. There are many varieties of almonds on the market, even chocolate covered one. Stick to the thumb rule, stick with what is normally found in nature. Raw almonds help contribute to lower cholesterol and cardiovascular health. Almonds are high in vitamins and minerals including calcium, phosphorus, potassium and magnesium. Raw almonds will help you in maintaining healthy weight as the fibre content will keep you fuller longer time. 1 serving of almonds is about 23 nuts and 164 calories.

WALNUTS- Walnuts contain the highest amount of Omega 3’s, which are important to heart and brain health. It is only nuts that have the highest Omega 3′s. Our bodies does not the capability to Omega 3′s on our own, so it’s important to eat foods rich in this fatty acid. Walnuts are also high in protein, minerals, vitamins and elegiac acid; which is a polyphenol that has anti-cancer properties. 14 halves, has about 185 calories

PISTACHIOS- Pistachios are packed with vitamins and minerals including Vitamin B6, copper and manganese. They are high in antioxidants; which help to fight free radicals. . A single serving of pistachios yields about 48 nuts, 160 calories and 3 grams of fibre. It is one of the best nut which is high in fibre.

HAZELNUTS- Hazelnuts are popular nuts for people facing cardiovascular issues. It is helpful in lowering bad cholesterol and raise good cholesterol. Its antioxidant properties packed with vitamins and minerals especially B12 including folate, making a right choice for expecting mothers. 1 serving of hazelnuts is about 21 nuts and about 178 calories.

BRAZIL NUTS Brazil nuts have a good amount of heart healthy fats. They are high in vitamins and minerals including copper, phosphorus, manganese, zinc and vitamin E. Brazil nuts boast a huge amount of selenium. Selenium is very important for people who are performing mental works. It is ideal for students, IT professional or people who are indulge in mental work. Brazil nuts are also recommended to thyroid patients.

So just add these healthy nuts and enjoy the wide array of health benefits. If you don’t lot love them eat raw then you can Toss them in oatmeal, salads, chicken salad, yogurt, rice for a nutty and crunchy flavour or just enjoy them on their own. Eating nuts especially at snack time is a wonderful idea. It give healthy nutrients to the body as well as satisfy your hunger. I love and suggest good eating habits and food especially when you are hungry.

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