Many people have a resistance to nuts. The “FAT” they cry. Yet the “FAT” in nuts is healthy in the right quantities. Packed full of protein nuts can chase away the afternoon blahs.
No Peanut Butter Cups do not count as healthy nut fats even in dark chocolate!!!
Per Dr Oz
Nuts are among the best sources of healthful fats and protein around. I keep a bag of walnuts in my fridge and use their massive dose of omega-3 fatty acids to boost my brainpower while I see patients. Half of a handful eaten about 30 minutes before a meal will temper your appetite and help you avoid the drive-thru.
What can NUTS do?
Almonds help balance sugars
Cashews help balance minerals
Macadamia Nuts help balance fluids
Peanuts help balance blood sugar
Pistachios are rich in potassium (helps regulate the body’s fluid balance), phosphorus (helps build bones and teeth) and magnesium (important element in the conversion of the body’s energy), and are also a good source of vitamin B6 (aids protein metabolism and absorption) and thiamine (enhances energy and promotes normal appetite). The nuts deliver 30 vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients, so they pack a considerable wallop from a nutritional standpoint.
Walnuts – Omega-3 Dense – Immune Booster – Decreases Cholesterol Levels – Supports Healthy Sleep
So try this one on instead: