What brand of nuts offer the best nutritional value? When I think of fats in a diet nuts comes to mind. Which nuts do you guys purchase? I woudn't think Planters nuts are the healthiest out of them all. But idk?
BTW, this does sound funny as many times as I said nuts haha.
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I go to trader Joe's and get the omega mix, and I get the bag that has individual servings so I know how much I'm eating. Buy the way it has some cranberrys in it, other than that its just nuts. http://www.fitbit.com/foods/Omega+Tr...+packs+/281332
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If you are buying a "brand" such as planters, you are doing it wrong.
I have never bought groceries at Wal Mart, but where I shop sells the raw/bulk nuts in the produce section. If you are buying Planters, that probably is in the section with the chips/snacks. Try looking near the produce.
Maybe someone who shops at Wal Mart can help you.
05-07-2011, 07:53 AM #9
I buy whatever looks good OP. I generally eat almonds because they are my fav. kind, especially since they have them in amazing flavors. Got some vanilla/carmel mix the other day=delicious. Just look macros and decide what best fits into your plan. IE do they have much added sugar, are u trying to keep sodium relatively low, etc.
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