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Health Benefits of Nuts via dailysuperfoodlove: Consuming 1.5 ounces of unseasoned nuts daily as part of a healthy diet may reduce the risk of heart disease. Reap the health benefits of nuts by eating them in replacement of foods that are high in saturated fats and limit your intake of these tasty treats to 1 to 2 oz per day. #Infographic #Nuts

Health Benefits of Nuts via dailysuperfoodlove: Consuming 1.5 ounces of unseasoned nuts daily as part of a healthy diet may reduce the risk of heart disease. Reap the health benefits of nuts by eating them in replacement of foods that are high in saturated fats and limit your intake of these tasty treats to 1 to 2 oz per day. #Infographic #Nuts

Lentil Salad 2 C lentils 2 cucumbers peeled/diced 1 red pepper,diced 1/2C parsley, chopped 1 red onion diced 1 cl garlic chopped olive oil, apple vinegar salt white pepper chilli powder

Lentil Salad 2 C lentils 2 cucumbers peeled/diced 1 red pepper,diced 1/2C parsley, chopped 1 red onion diced 1 cl garlic chopped olive oil, apple vinegar salt white pepper chilli powder

Italian Lentil Soup -- this delicious soup is easy to make, and so comforting! It's naturally vegetarian (or vegan), but feel free to add in Italian sausage if you'd like extra protein.

Italian Lentil Soup -- this delicious soup is easy to make, and so comforting! It's naturally vegetarian (or vegan), but feel free to add in Italian sausage if you'd like extra protein.

This Hungarian Mushroom Soup with Fresh Dill is creamy, with hints of smokiness and a great umami flavor. It’s the perfect bowl of soup to warm up with this winter! | platingsandpairin...

This Hungarian Mushroom Soup with Fresh Dill is creamy, with hints of smokiness and a great umami flavor. It’s the perfect bowl of soup to warm up with this winter! | platingsandpairin...

A 2002 report by the Institute of Medicine (a branch of the National Academy of Sciences) concluded that trans fats are not safe to consume in any amount.

A 2002 report by the Institute of Medicine (a branch of the National Academy of Sciences) concluded that trans fats are not safe to consume in any amount.