6. Balances Blood Sugar

Blood Sugar

The pecan has a low glycemic index so it will not spike your blood sugar. They can help with insulin resistance.

5. Boosts Brain Health

Brain

Pecans are high in vitamin E and reduce oxidative stress, which can be linked to mental decline, so pecans support the lower risk of Alzheimer’s and dementia. “Pecans are one of the best-known dietary sources of vitamin E and Vitamin B1, or thiamin, which increases energy metabolism”, says dietician Maggie Michalczyk, R.D.

4. Lowers Inflammation

Inflammation

The beta-carotene and vitamin E levels in pecans help lower inflammation. This, in turn, lowers the risk of chronic disease and heart issues.

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