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You Asked: What’s the Best Work Snack?

Start stashing this nut in your desk.

Work munchies: they strike between breakfast and lunch, or an hour before you punch out. You could hold out for your next meal, but it’s not pretty when you get hangry .

So what should you reach for as you try to keep that New Year’s resolution ? Fruits and vegetables are no-brainers. But for lots of ...

Average person consumes 4.6 kilos of nuts

Average person consumes 4.6 kilos of nuts

The nut economy 2014

The consumption of nuts consistently ranges between 3.8 to 4.6 kilos per person.  Peanuts, hazelnuts, pistachio and walnuts have been named as some of the favorite types of nuts.  In the last fiscal year (July 2014- July 2015) the Bundesanstalt für Landwirtschaft und Ernährung (German Federal Bureau of Agriculture and Food) recorded that 345,200 tons of nuts were impo...

Another positive plug for the NREF –funded nuts and all-cause mortality study…

Another positive plug for the NREF –funded nuts and all-cause mortality study…

16 reasons to go nuts for nuts

July 17, 2015 | By Dr. Ronald Hoffman

A recent article in the New England Journal of Medicine underscores the health benefits of nuts (“ Association of Nut Consumption with Total and Cause-Specific Mortality ”). Researchers followed over a hundred thousand men and women over a period of several decades and concluded that nut consumption helped them stave off the Grim Reap...

Tree nut consumption associated with lower body weight and lower risk of obesity


Published on June 30, 2015 at 1:05 PM • No Comments


In a study published this week in Nutrition Journal, researchers compared risk factors for heart disease and metabolic syndrome of tree nut consumers versus those who did not consume tree nuts. Tree nut (almonds, Brazil nuts, cashews, hazelnuts, macadamias, pecans, pine nuts, pistachios and walnuts) consumption was associated with lower body mass ...

Tree Nut Benefits For Those With Diabetes

Tree Nut Benefits For Those With Diabetes


By Jacqueline Marshall, Jun 23, 2015


 
You need to heed your doctor’s dietary advice and make diabetes management a priority, but do not avoid eating nuts just because you think they cause weight gain.


Research indicates the opposite is true, that consuming nuts regularly promotes weight loss, and is associated with heart health and a reduced risk for diabetes.


Pecans, walnuts, Brazil nuts, almon...

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