From macadamias to almonds, nuts are not only flavorful and crunchy, but they’re also excellent sources of plant protein and fiber.
Nuts Can Make You Happier and Healthier
What is your favorite type of nut? No matter what it is, we’ll help you discover ones that complement your diet, lifestyle, and taste buds. Most of our nut products go wonderfully in a variety of recipes, but can also be enjoyed as standalone snacks.
Top Nuts Brands
Find the best nuts for your diet by turning to our top brands:
With most snacks from Organic Gemini, you can expect at least two grams of protein and 10 grams of dietary fiber per serving. The products are also non-GMO, gluten-free, and USDA-certified organic.
Now Foods has been supplying nutrient-rich snacks to consumers since the 1960s. The company’s mission is to make people and the planet healthier through natural, sustainably-sourced food products.
Royal Hawaiian Orchards
Since 1948, Royal Hawaiian Orchards has been growing and cultivating organic macadamia nuts on the Big Island. It uses Hawaii’s natural resources and sustainable farming techniques to provide consumers with tasty, eco-friendly treats.
Round out your snack lineup with these amazing nuts:
Thrive Market Organic Raw Macadamia Nuts
With a smooth texture and a delicious taste, our organic raw macadamia nuts will be adored by all. Plus, they contain healthy monounsaturated fats.
Thrive Market Organic Dark Chocolate Almonds
Our dark chocolate-covered almonds go well in cereals, trail mixes, and cookies. They’re also filled with many important vitamins and minerals.
Natural, Salt-Free Nuts
Reduce the amount of sodium in your diet with these unsalted nuts:
Organic Gemini Peeled TigerNut Raw Snack
Made in small batches with no added chemicals, these raw tigernuts are delicious and packed with nutrients. They’re also easy to chew since the outer layer of the nut is peeled off.
Organic, Cholesterol-Free Nuts
Keeping a close eye on your cholesterol? Try out these tasty options:
Thrive Market Organic Walnut Halves & Pieces
Perfect on a salad, in a trail mix, or eaten straight out of the bag, our organic walnuts have a satisfying flavor and texture. They’re filled with nutrients like vitamin E and magnesium, which help reduce inflammation.
Healthy Nut Facts and Diet Advice
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A Crash Course on Almonds
Almonds contain four grams of fiber, five grams of carbs, and seven grams of protein per serving. Read on to learn more about the many health benefits of almonds and some popular ways to use them.
Complete Versus Incomplete Proteins
Nuts and seeds fall under the “incomplete proteins” category since they have fewer amino acids. We’ll show you which foods are complete and incomplete proteins, as well as some delicious, high-protein meals to try.
Delicious Snacks for a Keto Diet
Going on a keto diet? In this post, we share some of our favorite high-protein, low-carbohydrate snacks, from raw cashews to cheddar cheese crisps.