Nuts to you.
And there are plenty: almonds, brazil nuts, pistachios, peanuts, walnuts, cashew nuts the list goes on. Theyre delicious, high in protein and best of alla potent weapon in the war against aging.
Almondsare probably one of the best known. A handful a day (about twelve) will power you up, not only with a volley of energy but with a shot ofVitamin E to stoke your skin, hair and nails from attack by free radicals and ultra violet rays.
And thats just the beginning. They alsolower cholesterol, provide a suitable amount of fatty acids to ward off the signs of aging andhelp chug along a sluggish colon oh yeah!
Pistachiosarerich in gamma tocopherol, a plant-based antioxidant, and a key nutrient that may ward off cancer. Chomp on two ounces, or forty-nine kernels a day, to boost your intake of copper, manganese and phosphorus, plus some vitamin B6.
Stick with the green variety of pistachios and snack on shell-in nuts to curb your appetite. Dont bother with the pink ones. Theyre dyedthat means not so good for you.
Walnutslook like mini brains, and theyre essential for that precious organ too. Walnuts arecrammed with omega-3s, which are what some parts of your brain are made of. Eat a quarter cup of walnuts and youll have absorbed ninety-five per cent of the recommended daily dose of omega-3s, minus the threat of mercury contamination that fish oils can carry.
So when you feel like a nutgo for it.