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Table 2 Average nutrient composition of nuts (per 100 g)1

From: Pairing nuts and dried fruit for cardiometabolic health

Nut E Kcal Fat g SFA g MUFA g PUFA g Protein g Fiber g Phytosterols mg Calcium mg Magnesium mg Sodium mg Potassium mg Tocopherols mg Carotenoids mg Total Phenols mg Flavonoids mg Procyanidins mg GAE/100 g
Almonds 575 50.6 3.9 32.2 12.2 21.3 8.8 120 248 275 1 728 25 2 287 15 184
Brazil nuts 656 66.4 15.1 24.5 20.6 14.3 8.5 nd 160 376 3 659 4 nd 244 nd nd
Cashews 553 46.4 9.2 27.3 7.8 18.2 5.9 158 37 292 12 660 1 nd 137 2 9
Hazelnuts 628 60.8 4.5 45.7 7.9 15 10.4 96 114 163 0 680 33 106 687 12 500
Macadamias 718 75.8 12.1 58.9 1.5 7.9 6 116 85 130 5 368 4 nd 126 nd nd
Peanuts 567 49.7 6.9 24.6 15.7 23.7 3.1 220 92 168 18 705 8 nd 406 0,7 16
Pecans 691 72 6.2 40.8 21.6 9.2 8.4 102 70 121 0 410 4 55 1284 34 494
Pine nuts 673 68.4 4.9 18.8 34.1 13.7 3.7 141 16 251 2 597 6 nd 32 0,5 nd
Pistachios 557 44.4 5.4 23.3 13.5 20.6 9 214 107 121 1 1025 7 332 867 14 237
Walnuts 654 65.2 6.1 8.9 47.2 15.2 6.4 72 98 158 2 441 6 nd 1576 3 67
  1. 1Nutrient information from the US Department of Agriculture Nutrient Database Standard Reference #27 GAE: gallic acid equivalents nd: not determined