Almond

SUPER FOOD! An appetite suppressant full of energy. Essential for bones, teeth, the immune system, nervous system, hormone production and the formation of red blood cell. Several epidemiological studies have indicated that regul
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Brazil Nut

The athlete’s nuts. It’s the richest nut in magnesium and selenium. Very rich in monounsaturated fatty acids (good fat), and therefore calories, too. Eating 4 nuts a day may be sufficient to the needs of your body. The Brazil
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Cashew Nut

It’s perhaps the best oilseed fruit in terms of taste, but not as rich as its cousins… The cashew nut grows on a “fake fruit” known as the cashew apple, even though it’s actually the shape of a pear. The cashew apple, co
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Hazelnut

The hazelnut tree plays an important role in ecology. It was one of the first plants to colonize bare, dry and sandy places. It filters and purifies water in riverside areas and retains the snow on the ground, attenuating the effe
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Macadamia

The macadam or macadamia nut is native of walnut trees from Queensland, Australia. The nut owes its name to Dr. John Macadam, an Australian chemist and medical doctor, who helped identify it. Its oil is full of health benefits, b
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Pecan Nut

The Pecan was a vital source of food for some Native Americans who lived in its area of distribution. It’s said that in some areas, it was the only food supplement for two to four months of the year.
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Dry Apricot

The amount of sugar in a dried apricot is the same as in a fresh apricot. But as in any dry fruit, sugar is more concentrated. A fruit’s dehydration process reduces their water content, thus concentrating all their content in su
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Dried Fig

The fig is an old fruit of the Mediterranean basin. There is a fascinating symbiotic relationship between the fig tree and its unique pollinator, the blastophaga (tiny insects that are related to bees). Some fig trees must be sacr
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Date

The date palm is one of the few plants able to survive in the desert’s inhospitable climate (very hot during the day, and cold at night). Still today, in the Near-East, Middle East, and North Africa, although their diets have b
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