Because nuts are high in essential "good" fatty acids such as omega 3, they are also relatively high in calories. There is no way of getting around this. If you wish to try nuts but are worried about the calorie content, you may like to try chestnuts. These are very low in calories indeed, though of course correspondingly low in the "good" fats. Chestnuts, though, are an unusual nut, because they also contain relatively high amounts of vitamin C. You may therefore like to include chestnuts as part of your overall nut intake.
Organic Italian Chestnuts, Finely Milled...
A gluten-free flour ideal for the classic crepe as well as many other sweet and savoury recipes.
A snack-pack of chestnuts, ready to eat...
100% pure chestnuts!
French Whole Chestnuts...
Ready-to-eat. Suitable for stuffing, salad, soups and main meals.
Organic chestnut puree...
No added sugar and no additives. Use this chestnut puree as a cake filling, or in desserts.
Naturally sweet, gluten-free flour.
Naturally sweet, finely milled chestnut flour.
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