I love nuts and seeds! Unfortunately, the more the better – so I do have to watch the amount I eat. But they’re such an easy go-to snack –. Macadamia nuts, pecans, almonds etc. I throw some in my bag when I travel. Anytime I may get hungry. This article, on Dr. Mercola’s site, lists some of the best nuts and seeds to eat –. Why.
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If you ever find yourself hungry and at a loss for a healthy snack… a handful of raw nuts or seeds is virtually always a good choice. They’re easy to travel with (stash a small bag in your purse or desk drawer at work) and they keep well at home in your fridge (nuts and seeds go rancid easily. Storing them in the refrigerator or freezer helps).
You can feast on whichever nuts and seeds appeal to you most, although some are arguably healthier than others. First, be sure to note that peanuts aren't included in this list, as they’re not nuts.
The nuts that follow are tree nuts, i.e. they grow on trees. Peanuts actually grow underground and, despite their name, are actually legumes – and not one I recommend eating.
Fortunately, there are plenty of healthy nuts and seeds to choose from. Even without peanuts you’ll have a wide variety at your disposal.
Read on for some of the best selections…