Wood nuts

Several studies have shown that wood nuts keep insulin levels right before diabetes occurs. 

Pistachio nuts

Pistachios are a great source of healthy fats, fiber, protein, antioxidants, and various nutrients, including vitamin B6 and thiamine. 


The unsaturated fats in walnuts not only lower LDL but also increase high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol (the "good cholesterol") blood levels. 

Cashews nuts

Cashews contain healthy fats, fiber, and essential minerals such as copper, magnesium, and potassium, which can improve heart health by reducing cholesterol levels and blood pressure.

Hazel nuts

Hazelnuts are a rich source of essential nutrients like vitamins B, C, and E. It also contains potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, and iron.

Brazil nuts

Eating Brazil nuts may benefit your health in several ways, including regulating your thyroid gland, reducing inflammation, and supporting your heart, brain, and immune system.

Chest nuts

Chestnuts and their nutrients may help improve heart health, blood sugar control, weight loss, inflammation, and digestive health, and may have potential anticancer properties.

Pine nuts

Pine nuts can increase your energy levels due to their protein, iron, and magnesium. 

Pecans nuts

Studies have shown that eating pecans regularly might improve insulin resistance, fasting insulin and the functioning of the cells producing insulin (beta cells of the pancreas).