Blessed Sunday to everyone!!

Ever wonder how much or how little of nuts we should be eating?

All of us knows nuts are a healthy good snack to have any time of the day.

Once we start munching on them, we can barely stop eating! 😀

But the calories in nuts can rack up, and if you’re keeping an eye on such things, it’s helpful to know just how many nuts fit into 100 calories.

Here’s an easy guide to help gauge an estimate* amount of 100 calories serving of nuts:

100 calories of almonds

Weight: 17 to 18 grams
Volume: About 15 to 19 almond kernels


100 calories of cashews

Weight: 18 grams
Volume: About 13 to 14 whole cashews.

100 calories of peanuts

Weight: 17 grams
Volume: About 2 tablespoons.


100 calories of pistachios

By Weight: 18 grams (shelled) or 40 grams (unshelled)
By Volume: About 28 nuts (shelled) or heaping 1/3 cup (unshelled)

Happy Snacking~

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