Ever Wondered Why Nuts Are So Healthy? It’s Because They Have These 5 Nutrients

dieting health & fitness health & wellness personal development physical health Feb 10, 2022
Ever Wondered Why Nuts Are So Healthy? It’s Because They Have These 5 Nutrients

Nuts are a very underrated snack. Especially because people like to assume peanuts are the only type of nut that exists. The truth is that nuts come in a wide range of types, sizes, and flavors. Each of which can feed the body with wholesome vitamins and minerals. It’s a tall order trying to find a snack more delicious than perfectly-seasoned mixed nuts.


There’s Nothing Wrong With Being Crazy About Nuts:

Registered Dietitian/Certified Diabetes Educator Franziska Spritzler explains, “Nuts are a popular food. They’re tasty, convenient, and can be enjoyed on all kinds of diets — from keto to vegan. Despite being high in fat, they have a number of impressive health and weight benefits. Some nuts are higher in certain nutrients than others, and the carb content of nuts is also variable. But that being said, nuts are generally an excellent food to eat on a low-carb diet.” Here are a few beneficial nutrients that are generally contained in nuts:


      I.        Fiber:

The biggest reason nuts are healthy is that they’re packed full of fiber. A big portion of nuts works wonders for the digestive system. Fiber enables the body to purge waste and significantly cleanses the colon during excretion.


    II.        Magnesium:

Nuts are rich in magnesium. And magnesium is a mineral that contributes to various anatomical processes. For example, magnesium builds strong bones, it’s essential for neurotransmission, helps regulate blood pressure, and so on.


   III.        L-Arginine:

Nuts are rich in l-arginine. L-arginine is a chemical compound that the body uses to synchronize blood circulation and build/repair blood vessels. This is one of the reasons why eating nuts can help prevent or mitigate heart disease.


   IV.        Phytosterols:

Nuts are rich in phytosterols. Phytosterols are molecules that help reduce LDL cholesterol. LDL-cholesterol is considered bad cholesterol because high concentrations in the bloodstream create plaque in arteries. Phytosterols are another reason why nuts are good for heart health.


    V.        Vitamin E:

Nuts are rich in Vitamin E, and Vitamin E is an antioxidant. Not only does Vitamin E combat inflammation, but it also helps prevent blood clots from forming. Vitamin E is an essential nutrient for healthy blood circulation.



If you ever find yourself craving a snack, one of the smartest things you can do is reach for a bag of nuts. Nuts are popularly thought of as an appetizing treat, but they also happen to be very good for the body. The less processed/mass-produced nuts are, the more you can trust them to feed the body well. Organic nuts should be an automatic part of a balanced diet. Whether you’re interested in personal development, health and wellness, bettering your relationships, or the overall improvement of your business, give us a call at 1 (800) 913-0222 to find out how Richard Martinez can help you break past your daily struggles and start soaring in success.

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