The family of beans is a healthy food that is required of your diet.
Every single bite of beans resemble a heart- healthy fats include
protein, vitamins and fats. However, some types of nuts contain high
calories and fat so you have to be smart to choose what kind of nut
that you can consume in large quantities and which can only be
consumed in small amounts. Keep in mind also, though nuts are healthy
food choices, beans can also be unhealthy if paired with sugar or
salt. The best nuts to your diet: Almond, Cashew, Pistachio Almost all
the pulses have the same caloric content. And the number is, all nuts
are healthy foods to your diet. "Nuts contain omega-3 fatty acids,
protein, and fiber that may help you feel full and suppress your
appetite," said Judy Caplain, RD, a spokeswoman for the Academy of
Nutrition and Dietetics, reported by the Huffington Post. However, of
all types of nuts, beans are low in calories of almonds (23 nuts
contains 6 grams of protein and 14 grams of fat), nuts (16 to 18 nuts
contain 5 grams of protein and 13 grams of fat), and pistachios (49
nuts contains 6 grams of protein and 13 grams of fat). However, avoid
packing peanuts and nuts that have been fried in oil. Possible, choose
raw nuts, or roasted. The worst for diet nuts: Macadamia and pecan
every ounce of his having a high calorie, about 200 calories, while a
little amount of protein. In every 10 to 12 macademia nuts contained 2
grams of protein and 21 grams of fat, while in every 18 to 20 grains
contained pecans 3 grams protein and 20 grams of fat. Although it
contains a high fat content, does not necessarily make the two types
of beans are dangerous. What is important is how to regulate the
amount of beans to avoid excessive intake.