Top 5 Nuts for Your Health

BY FOODACIOUSLY

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Peanuts

Peanuts are high in proteins, which help you feel full for longer and with fewer calories. Plus, they contain healthy unsaturated fats, known to lower bad cholesterol.

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Crunchy Peanut Drops

Make these peanut drops with roasted peanuts and peanut butter. They're a concentrate of plant-based proteins and irresistibly crunchy!

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Pistachios

Pistachios have the highest amount of antioxidants among all nuts. Antioxidants help fight free radicals and keep blood sugars in check!

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Antioxidant Power Bowl

Stock up on antioxidants with this colourful salad bowl made with raw kale, Goji berries, and pistachios. Healthy and delicious!

3

Almonds

Delicious and inexpensive, almonds are rich in fibres, proteins, and unsaturated fats. Plus, they cover half of your daily needs of vitamin E, a potent antioxidant!

Almond Spinach Toast

Scatter toasted almonds over this delicious breakfast toast and get all the nutrients you need to start the day with a bang!

4

Cashews

Cashew nuts come with lots of precious vitamins, minerals, and unsaturated fats, all helpful nutrients to better health.

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Sriracha Cashew Mayo

Because of their creamy texture, cashews can be used to make low-fat, vegan cheese and mayonnaise. Try them in this spicy mayo recipe!

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5

Brazil Nuts

Brazil nuts are one the best sources of selenium, a powerful antioxidant that keeps the thyroid healthy. Keep it to two nuts a day for optimal benefits!

Brazil Nut Butter

You might be familiar with peanut or almond butter, but have you ever tried brazil nut butter? It's lip-smacking good!

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