Brazils are one of the grandest, most special nuts of all.
On average, Brazil nuts are about 19% protein, 14% carbohydrates, and 67% fat. The Brazil nut’s fat breakdown is roughly 26% saturated, 33% polyunsaturated, and 40% monounsaturated – although all nut fats have been associated with body boosting properties. They are very rich in various minerals and are an excellent source of selenium. They are also a plentiful source of magnesium and thiamine.