A serving of foxnuts (around 30 grams) only contains around 100 calories and minimal fat, making them a suitable snack for weight management.

Foxnuts are a good source of fiber, which promotes satiety and keeps you feeling fuller for longer, potentially reducing calorie intake.

They have a low glycemic index, meaning they cause a slower rise in blood sugar, potentially reducing cravings and aiding weight control.

As mentioned earlier, the fiber content in foxnuts promotes healthy digestion by regulating bowel movements and preventing constipation.

Some studies suggest foxnuts may contain prebiotics, which feed good gut bacteria and contribute to a balanced gut microbiome, further benefiting digestion and overall health.