Sometimes You Feel Like a Nut

McIndoo, Heidi
October 2015
Environmental Nutrition;Oct2015, Vol. 38 Issue 10, p5
The article suggests consumption of nuts and seeds because of their health and nutritional benefits. The benefits include lower risk of heart disease and maintenance of a health weight, while tips before eating nuts and seeds from a jar include toasting, practicing portion control to avoid overeating, and adding them to meals and snacks such as oatmeal, yogurt and cereal. A table presented compares the nutritional values of nuts and seeds including almonds, Brazil nuts and butternuts.


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