One ounce of macadamias (about 15 nuts)  are an excellent source of thiamin and manganese, they are a good source of dietary fiber and  copper and contain monounsaturated fat, protein,  magnesium, iron and phytosterols.

Monounsaturated Fat

From a chemical standpoint, monounsaturated fats are simply fat molecules that have one unsaturated carbon bond in the molecule, this is also called a double bond. Oils that contain monounsaturated fats are typically liquid at room temperature but start to turn solid when chilled. Monounsaturated fats can help reduce bad cholesterol levels in your blood which can lower your risk of heart disease and stroke. They also provide nutrients to help develop and maintain your body’s cells. Oils rich in monounsaturated fats also contribute vitamin E to the diet, an antioxidant vitamin most Americans need more of.

Nutrient Density

One macadamia delivers great nutrition including the largest macronutrients (fat, protein, carbohydrates) to the smallest phytochemicals thought to help prevent cancer and other diseases.


The Goodness Inside
Heart Health
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Celiac Disease
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The Royal Hawaiian story spans decades of macadamia growing, beginning in 1948 with the founding of the Royal Hawaiian Macadamia Nut Company. Though our look has evolved over the years (this can dates back to the late 1960s!), our dedication to health, wellness, and “living Aloha” live on to this day.

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