Nuts have plenty of healthy fats called polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats and fiber. These nutrients help to provide satiety after a meal and keep dieters full longer.
In addition to keeping you full, nuts have also been shown to help improve your health. One study found that nuts helped improve blood glucose control, weight control, and heart health.
It’s important that when you are eating nuts, you do so in moderation.
The American Heart Association recommends that you consume about four servings of unsalted nuts per week.
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