The figures below the are the percentage of digestible carbohydrates, that is to say net carbs. Which means which 100 grams (3 1⁄2 oz or around 3 handfuls) of foods contain many net carbohydrates.
The best and the worst
All provide healthy fats, vitamins and minerals, and can contribute to improving certain risk factors for heart disease.
However, the carbohydrates of various foods vary a bit.
To the left are three of the best options – Brazil, macadamia and pecan nuts. They will be the first to choose from, because they are low in carbohydrates, high in fat and they are delicious to most people!
Many people in low cars will enjoy the party in the centre.
Pistachio and (especially) cashew are the worst options on the right side. Pay care when attempting to lose weight or cure the diabetes with these as carb grams are quickly aggregated. Only two dozen cassavages produce 20 grams and a strict diet is a daily allowance.
Be mindful, however, that can be tasty and easy to overeating regardless of their carb counts. Maintain portions modest, especially if you want to lose weight.
Salt and reward
Many people find that when salted, get improved flavor and more satisfying.
Be aware that this can often produce far more nuts, something that can slow down the loss of weight than you need to stop your hunger.
One smart alternative is to take a bowl of nuts, not the whole bag out.