Nutritional facts

Fact Sheet

Per 1 oz (28g; 20 kernels):

  •  176 Calories
  • 17g  Fat
  • 4.2g Protein
  • 4.7g Carbohydrates
  • 2.7g Fiber (11% RDI)
  • 21% RDI Vitamin E
  • 12% RDI Thiamin
  • 12% RDI Magnesium
  • 24% RDI Copper
  • 87% RDI Manganese
(RDI = Recommended Daily Intake)

Health Benefits

Good for the Heart

Eating hazelnuts has been shown to be linked with lower cholesterol levels, better artery health, less inflammation and better blood pressure.

Highly Nutritious

Hazelnuts are full of antioxidants, and are also a great source of mono- and polyunsaturated fats, and omega-6 and omega-9 fatty acids.

Lowers Blood Sugar

Like other nuts, eating hazelnuts could lower blood sugar levels. Oleic acid (found in hazelnuts) also benefits insulin sensitivity.

May Reduce Cancer Risk

Some of the antioxidants found in hazelnuts, such as Vitamin E and Manganese, can reduce the risk of certain types of cancer.

And with all of these health benefits, it is easy to add hazelnuts as a regular part of your diet (as you can see from our Featured Recipes!)

Whether sweet or savory, as a snack or part of a meal, hazelnuts are loaded with nutrients and easy to make a part of your diet.