Eat These 8 High-Protein Nuts For Balanced Blood Sugar & More Energy –

6 grams of protein per 1 oz.

Known for their impressive ability to transform into milk (now less impressive thanks to the nut milk boom), almonds are full of vitamin E, monounsaturated fats, fiber, and, of course, protein. Crunchy, creamy, and, when salted, satisfying, they’re one of the few safe food choices you can buy at airports and an easy way to add a good dose of protein to your diet—which you’ll see isn’t the case for all nuts. Advantage, almonds.

If you’ve made it this far, good on you. You now know which nuts will satisfy your protein quota and which you should eat for other reasons. There’s a long way to fall from the top to the bottom of this list, but now you know that most (if not all) nuts have some level of protein in addition to their already admirable list of benefits. For more protein, choose almonds, and if you hate nuts altogether, choose something else.

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