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RE: [IP] Questions from nuts

Thanks a bunch !!  Just thought it was pertinent info !!!
And, in regard to fruits, vegetables,  " you are what you eat", etc..   I am
a vegetarian.
Thank you sharing your knowledge.

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In a message dated 9/2/2003 9:27:40 AM Alaskan Daylight Time,
email @ redacted writes:
> Wow, what a difference.  I know, slight but still.  I, of course, like
> cashews.
> How much fat in each and rapidity of hit on blood sugar ???
> per ounce =
> =4 carbs
> Brazil nuts 19g fat
   filberts 18 g fat
   Macadamia nuts 22g fat
   walnuts 17g fat
> = 5 carbs
> Pecans 19g fat
    pine nuts 17g fat
    pumpkin seeds 13g fat
    sunflower seeds 14g fat
> Almonds have 6 carbs, 15g fat
> Pistachios have 7 carbs, 14g fat
> Dry roasted cashews have 9 carbs, 13g fat,
                             but only 8 carbs and 14g fat if roasted in oil.
> how fast to hit the BS, I don't know, but since nuts are high in fat, my
> guess is not to fast, but, as with most things, YMMV, especially if you
> delayed digestion.
Hope this helps, TH.
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