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Today's Nutrition Tip
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Eat a handful of dry-roasted, unsalted almonds today. Nuts, and almonds in particular, contain a plethora of healthful ingredients that have been shown to help ward off heart disease in addition to cancer--particularly colon cancer--and also to aid in weight loss. So compelling is the scientific data on heart health and almonds that the government allows food labels to carry a qualified health claim for almonds and other tree nuts.
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Lettuce...more than just the tip of the iceberg!
When making lettuce choices, be sure to get in the power lettuces, romaine and red leaf-the darker the leaf, the greater the amount of nutrients such as vitamin A and folate. Other salad greens, such as spinach, kale, arugula and radicchio, while technically not lettuces, are among the most nutrient-dense foods available. So when it comes to good health and weight control, be sure to pile on the dark leafy greens (an antioxidant gold mine), and leave the iceberg in the bin!
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