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Nuts &Nutrition

Nuts and fruit are the earth’s perfect snacks, filled with honest to goodness nutrition and bursting with flavor, perfect when you crave a simple, delicious crunch in your day. And since you’ll be enjoying snacks that avoid any artificial ingredients or GMOs, it’s a choice you can feel good about.

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Almonds

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As the most popular consumed tree nut, almonds are a naturally good snack packed with nutrition!

  • Excellent source of vitamin E and manganese per one ounce serving.
  • Good source of fiber, riboflavin, phosphorus, magnesium, copper and molybdenum per one ounce serving.
  • Close to 6 grams of protein per one ounce serving.
  • Fat content consists of mostly monounsaturated fats which are typically high in antioxidant vitamin E.

Pecans

This great tasting nut is naturally sodium and cholesterol free.

  • Good source of fiber, thiamin (vit. B1), copper and molybdenum per one ounce serving.
  • Contains 20g of fat per serving.
  • Rich in manganese per one ounce serving.
  • See nutrition information for fat content.

Walnuts

Listed as one of the top Super Foods, walnuts are the leading nut for overall health benefits.

  • Rich in manganese and copper per one ounce serving.
  • Good source of magnesium and molybdenum per one ounce serving.
  • One ounce of walnuts contains 2.5 grams of alpha-linolenic acid—the plant based omega-3.
  • See nutrition information for fat content.

Cashews

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This hearty nut is actually a kidney shaped seed that grows on the bottom of the cashew apple.

  • 72% of fat content is unsaturated fatty acid.
  • Rich in copper and manganese per one ounce serving.
  • Good source of iron, vitamin K, phosphorus, magnesium, zinc per one ounce serving.
  • See nutrition information for fat and saturated fat content.

Dark Chocolate

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There are several benefits to eating dark chocolate, so you can feel less guilty about giving in to your sweet tooth!

  • Chocolate used in OVH products is 64% Cocoa.
  • Cocoa contains flavanols (a plant based nutrient) that has antioxidant qualities and may have other vascular influences such as lowering blood pressure and improving blood flow to the brain and heart.
  1. USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference, Release 25 (2012), www.ars.usda.gov
  2. Qualified Health Claims: Letter of Enforcement Discretion – Nuts and Coronary Heart Disease, FDA Docket No 02P-0505, July 14, 2003.
  3. Heart-Health Benefits of Chocolate Unveiled (Internet). Cleveland (OH): Cleveland Clinic, Heart and Vascular Institute; 2012 Jan.1. Available from my.clevelandclinic.org/heart/prevention/nutrition/chocolate.aspx
  4. American Heart Association (Internet). Dallas (TX): American Heart Association Inc.: 2010 Oct.29. Available from www.heart.org