Add more nuts to your daily diet!

Add more nuts to your daily diet!

Have you ever wondered what kind of nuts to reach for? Although it may not seem like it, there is something for everyone. In our shop, you can choose from our wide selection. We also have a little guide that will help give you a better idea of what makes each nut stand out.

Walnuts as a source of omega 3 fatty acids

No wonder walnuts are one of the most popular species of nut! They are one of the richest sources of healthy fats and omega-3 fatty acids, making them a superfood. Due to their high content of vitamin B, they are beneficial for the skin, hair, and nails. 

Hazelnuts pamper the heart and blood vessels

Although hazelnuts like other types of nuts are relatively high in fat, they are mainly made up of monounsaturated fats which positively influence cholesterol and blood sugar. Numerous studies have shown that hazelnuts have a positive effect on the cardiovascular system. Additionally, hazelnuts benefit the eyes.


Almonds as a source of fibre

Did you know that out of all types of nuts almonds contain the most fiber? That is why they benefit the functioning of the bowel. Almonds also provide the body with antioxidants, vitamin E, and other substances that lower cholesterol and blood sugar.

Pistachios have the least calories

Looking for nuts with the fewest calories? Reach for pistachios because they contain up to four times fewer kcal compared to other types of nuts. In addition, pistachios support immunity and the nervous system. They are also the most beneficial nut type for the retina of the eye due to their content of lutein and zeaxanthin.

The macadamia nut is the fattest, but healthy

Even though macadamia nuts contain a lot of fat, you don’t have to worry about them. These monounsaturated fats reduce the risk of heart and blood vessel disease. Furthermore, macadamia nuts are completely free of cholesterol. Due to the high flavonoid content of macadamia nuts, they are the most effective antioxidants.

Pine nuts for a beautiful figure

Wondering why? Pine nuts have a high protein content and therefore promote the burning of fat. They are also involved in reducing stress and symptoms of depression as well as lowering cholesterol levels.

Para nuts as a source of selenium

On one hand, para nuts are one of the most calorific types of nuts. However, on the other hand, they are a significant source of selenium which is beneficial for your body. 


So, which nut is your favourite? Let us know...

For interest, we attach a nutritional table for nuts.