4 Ways to Use Our New Health Nuts Section

We’re excited to announce a brand-new section of our website: one that’s especially for Health Nuts! If you’re looking for foods that will help you manage your weight, boost your heart health, or maximize your nutrition, this is the place to start.

Here are four ways to make good use of the Health Nuts section:

1. Find links to our healthiest products, all in one place.

We’ve sorted our products into the following categories, so you can quickly find what you’re looking for:

2. See at a glance which products have specific health benefits.

You’ll love our Nutty Nutrition Chart, which uses fun icons to tell you which products are best for heart health, weight management, stress busting, and more!  Click on one of the icons at the top of the page to highlight which products carry that health benefit. You’ll notice that superfoods like spirulina and goji berries boost health in many different ways.

3. Locate answers to your health and nutrition FAQs from our Registered Dietitian Health Nut.

Our Registered Dietitian, Molly Morgan, has compiled answers to our customers’ most frequently asked questions. Here are a few questions you’ll find in the FAQs of the Health Nuts section of our website:

  • How often should I incorporate whole grains into my diet?
  • I’d like to lose some weight. What are some good snacks for mixing up my routine?
  • Which nuts have the highest protein content?

4. Learn healthy eating habits for special diets.

Molly Morgan not only answers general questions about healthy eating, but she also addresses questions about special diets. Here are a few that you’ll find in the FAQs:

  • What are good nut choices for diabetics and others watching their diets?
  • How much protein do I need as a vegetarian who eats a plant-based whole food diet?
  • What is the best way for someone on a gluten-free diet to get enough fiber?

Let us know in the comments what you think of our new Health Nuts section, and what else would be helpful to you!

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