Pecans are as nutritious to eat as they are delicious. These delicate nuts are excellent sources of protein and contain energy producing nutrients carbohydrates.
The fat found in pecans is mostly polyunsaturated and contains no cholesterol.
Pecans add fiber to your diet and contain iron, calcium, vitamins A, B, and C, potassium and phosphorous.
Pecans also add flavor and a delighted crunchiness to a variety of foods
Adding ten large pecan halves to your salads, toppings, vegetables, meat dishes and desserts will add 65 nutritious calories to your diet.