- High in fat which is mainly monounsaturated;
- Rich source of Vitamin E;
- Almonds are one of the richest non-animal sources of calcium
- Helps reduce blood cholesterol; although almonds are high in fat, the fat is mainly monounsaturated;
- They are nutritive, rich in fats and proteins. Their proteins have a high biological value and they are an excellent substitute for meat;
- Many doctors prescribe almonds to their cancer patients.
- Contains exceptionally high levels of selenium;
- The protein of the Brazil Nut is of high biological value and is recognized as complete. Complete proteins that have all of the essential amino acids which are indispensible to life maintenance and growth;
- The index of growth resulting from the use of the Brazil Nut is equal to the use of milk;
- Rich in healthy fats
- Fattening food for cancer, aids and other flesh-wasting diseases;
- Has anti-cancer properties due to its exceptionally high levels of selenium;
- Very important to help cure anemia, malnourishment and tuberculosis
- Cashew nuts have a high Vitamin C content as well as iron, zinc, magnesium, selenium and Vitamin B1;
- They contain about 50% fat-mainly monounsaturated.
- Cashew nuts have antiseptic and cicatrizing properties;
- They are excellent for toothaches and gums;
- Like other tree nuts, cashew nuts are cholesterol free.
- Contain about as much Vitamin E as almonds, and are high in Vitamins B1 and B6;
- Hazelnut oil is delicious and suitable for use in cold dishes and for low temperature cooking
- Hazelnuts are a great source of protein, dietary fiber, iron, calcium, and potassium and contain no cholesterol. Hazelnuts also contain significant amounts of phytochemicals and antitoxidant properties that protect the body against several types of cancer.
- Contain about 26% protein - higher than dairy products, eggs, fish and many cuts of meat;
- Have many of the esstential B-complex vitamins including thiamine, riboflavin and niacin as well as appreciable amounts of calcium, phosphorus, iron and magnesium but no cholesterol.
- Peanut leaves are used to cure insomnia, hemorrhages, hypertension and elevated cholesterol levels.
- Provide a good amount of Vitamin E, as well as a high level of iron, magnesium, manganese, zinc and Vitamin B1.
- Pistachios are rich in potassium, phosphorous, and magnesium salts;
- High lipid (fat) and protein contents
- The three elements about combined are an effective treatment for controlling hypertension;
- Helps the reactions of the brain run more smoothly - helps the production of mental energy
- Rich in Omega-3 fatty acids
- High concentration of nutrients;
- Helps maintain heart health with its linoleic and alpha-linolenic acids - discouraging blood clots.
- Omega-3 fatty acids reduce the severity of rheumatold arthritis and itchy, scaly skin conditions;
- Walnuts contain a fair amount of ellagic acid which has cancer-prevention properties. It also has a smooth effect on our minds and nerves, which enables us to sleep.