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How to Make Nuts a Part of Your Daily Snacking

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With an abundance of essential nutrients, such as dietary fibre, protein, folic acid, vitamin E, and monosaturated fats, nuts are what your body needs as healthy snacks. But what is the right way of consuming them? How can you seamlessly include them in your diet? Well, you can keep a special container handy at all times, but if you are looking for more creative ways, we have something interesting for you. Even if your days are jam-packed, our easy and ...
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Nuts: Always a welcome Gift!!

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Gifting a bag full of almonds, cashews or pistachios has been a common practice for years and is now almost customary. Some would say it’s there because of their emotional appeal and association with celebration, luck and happiness while others are of the opinion that nuts make the ideal gift as they’re healthy. What makes nuts truly remarkable are their health benefits. They carry a high concentration of fiber, unsaturated fat, vitamins and minerals. ...
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Go Nuts !! for a Nutrient Dense Vegan Diet

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The benefits of going vegan are rightly attracting the fancy of many individuals. Studies have shown that vegan diets provide protection against obesity, hypertension, type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular mortality and showed a reduced risk of incidence from total cancer. A vegan diet is essentially the total avoidance of products derived from animals and fish including dairy products, eggs, gelatine, etc. The downside of a 100 % plant-based diet is that it ...
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Go Nuts !! For guilt free Snacking

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Snack: a small amount of food eaten in between meals. Why Go Nuts !! as a snack ? The satiation provided by the high fat and protein content in nuts can result in reduced snacking on sweets and other carbohydrates. It’s thought that their appetite-suppressing effects are likely due to the increased production of the hormones peptide YY (PYY) and/or cholecystokinin (CCK), both of which help regulate appetite. In other words, eating nuts as a snack, incr...
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