No, not the politicians or Hollywood celebrities.
Many people shy away from nuts because they hear thet they're high in calories and fat. But what people might not realize is that most of the fats found in nuts are the really good heart-healthy kind known as monounsaturated fats.
People with health issues such as diabetes, gestational diabetes, and people with cardiac risks may include nuts in their diet and enjoy them. If you're worried about the calorie content, portion them out ahead of time, as they can be hard to put down. Our Certified Organic Nuts are un-roasted and un-salted - the healthiest kind you can get.
It's important to realize that certain nuts will offer different health benefits. For example, peanuts contain high amounts of folate, while almonds contain more calcium than any other nut. In addition to each of their specific nutrient strengths, they each provide various amounts of other nutritional properties including protein, vitamins, minerals, and fiber. Nuts are also one of the best sources of antioxidants.
Use the chart above - or your taste buds - to choose the best nuts for your diet.