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Nuts are an active food for fitness enthusiasts. One reason for their fame is the amount of energy they supply in a short time. Different types of nuts are described below:

Macadamia nuts

These nuts, native to eastern Australia, are grown on trees that can grow up to 18 metres high. Macadamia nuts contain 720 calories per 100 grams and are rich in calories. This in turn means they are also rich in fat, with a staggering 73% fat content. The fact that 84% of these are “good fat,” the so-called unsaturated fatty acid, makes the situation much better. Macadamia nuts also contain various fiber and nutrients needed to promote neuronal transmission between nerves and the digestive system. All in all, macadamia nuts can be considered one of the finest nuts to include in your diet. Eating them in moderation os preferred due to the high-calorie count.

Cashew nuts

Cashews contain a high magnesium content, concentrated carbohydrates, 33%, and high-calorie count, 575 calories per 100 grams. People who exercise regularly love cashew nuts, mainly because magnesium relieves cramps and carbohydrates improve performance. Cashew nuts also have a high content of tryptophan, an amino acid that contributes to the production of serotonin, which regulates blood vessel contraction. In combination with tryptophan, cashew nuts also contain vitamin B6, which is thought to help combat depression. 

Pistachio nuts

With a high mineral content, which includes 7.5 milligrams of iron, pistachios also have a calorie count of 520 per 100 grams. This also includes the right amount of phosphorus, which contributes to bone formation. Pistachios help blood lipid levels due to its high content of good fat. 


Almonds are still extremely healthy, despite their high calorie content of 575 per 100 grams, which is balanced by other nutrients. As found in some studies, almonds reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases and stated that eating a 50-gram portion of almonds a day reduces blood pressure. 


Technically a legume, peanuts are still extremely healthy despite the 50% fat content and 560 calories per 100 grams. This is because they have 25% protein, which is the highest among healthy nuts. To round it off, peanuts also have several kinds of vitamin B and E. 


Widely regarded as one of the healthiest nuts in the world. Besides having a fat content of 62.5%, they also have a high protein and carbohydrate count. As stated by the German Nutrition Society, walnuts have a high unsaturated fatty acid count of 68%. These fatty acids are healthy because they prevent cardiovascular complications.  A study by the University of Texas found that walnuts also help slow the progression of prostate cancer. 

Pecan nuts

Closely related to walnuts, pecans are sweet and mild in taste. They also have many features in common with macadamia nuts including having a callous shell and having a high-fat content of 70%. The majority of these fats, however, are good for the heart and hence these nuts are considered to be rather healthy. To use pecans to lower blood pressure and cholesterol in the body, they must be eaten in moderation. The minerals they contain make them useful for bones, and the amount of protein and vitamin B in pecans also makes them healthy for muscles. 

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