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Nuts and seeds of all sorts are good, preferably if eaten raw and not in excess.


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healthy..

the fat acids in them are good fat (like fishoil is healthy)..

ofcourse the nuts have to be raw.. :P

btw, nuts also have been proven to slow the aging process ^_^

i luv nuts . <3 . *lol*

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healthy..

the fat acids in them are good fat (like fishoil is healthy)..

ofcourse the nuts have to be raw.. :P

btw, nuts also have been proven to slow the aging process ^_^

i luv nuts . <3 . *lol*

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Just don't eat too much of them - they have high calorie contents. I avoid peanuts, but eat some soya nuts (not acutally nuts but close enough) and a nut/fruit mix to help with digestion if i haven't filled up at the end of a meal!


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I just cant get into eating nuts. i think the only one i kinda like is cashews but thats only once in a blue mood, I'm weird..i hate peanuts but love peanutbutter? wtf haha


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healthy..

the fat acids in them are good fat (like fishoil is healthy)..

ofcourse the nuts have to be raw.. :P

btw, nuts also have been proven to slow the aging process ^_^

i luv nuts . <3 . *lol*

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walnuts are definately your best choice, it has the best O3/O6 ratio of all of the nuts.

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which also happens to be the highest amount amongst nuts (i believe)

44 grams omega 6 per cup !

http://www.nutritiondata.com/facts-C00001-01c20oc.html

if you are chowing down that much omega 6 per day (not just from the nuts) then fish oil or fish in general won't even make a dent in that

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which also happens to be the highest amount amongst nuts (i believe)

44 grams omega 6 per cup !

http://www.nutritiondata.com/facts-C00001-01c20oc.html

if you are chowing down that much omega 6 per day (not just from the nuts) then fish oil or fish in general won't even make a dent in that

Nutritiondata's nutritionist Monica Reinagel says that the best way to avoid inflammation is to have a not too high (preferibly low) inflammation index. +50 for example is a good level.

The best way to do this is to remove or limit food with an high-inflammation index and to combine food with low-inflammation index and food with moderate inflammation index.

All nuts according to nutritiondata are highly anti-inflammatory except for walnuts and pine nuts that are slighlty inflammatory.

The Inflammation Index is way more reliable than any sort of n3/n6 ratio because of many factors including the amoung of n9 (which like n3 don't compete against n6) and the amount of anti-inflammatory compounds (which makes whatever extra amount of n6 irrelevant)

For example according to nutritiondata and Reinagel olive oil is extrmely anti-inflammatory in spite of a rather high content of n6 (balanced by an high containt of n9 and very high content of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory phytos)

Anyway a n3/n6 ratio of 5:1 is good and non-inflammatory compared to the 20:1 of average western guy. A diet which is rich in greens, vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds, olive oil and avoid processed fats, extracted plant oil and margarine provide a ratio of 5:1.

The real problem is neither the lack of fish oil or fish (which for the majority of people is just a modern commodity unknown to all inlanders just a century ago) neither an high intake of fatty plants and nuts. The problem real problem that caused such a negative n3/n6 ratio is the modern availability of oils and extracted fats (added to almost everything industrially prepared and sold on supermarket)


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i was told i oucne dailt serving of almonds was the best. since mostly mono. fats and only 3 grams of omega 6. what do you think?

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i was told i oucne dailt serving of almonds was the best. since mostly mono. fats and only 3 grams of omega 6. what do you think?

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someone on here told me to get sunflower seeds, so i did!

i am having a hard time eating them to be honest, disgusting haha :)

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someone on here told me to get sunflower seeds, so i did!

i am having a hard time eating them to be honest, disgusting haha :)

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