Whether sprinkling slivered almonds on steamed veggies, spreading almond butter on breakfast toast or scooping up crunchy cashews when a snack attack hits, it’s easy to go nuts for nuts! No matter how you enjoy them, just a small serving instantly ups your daily intake of fiber, protein and healthy fats. But be sure to watch for this ingredient on labels, or you may be setting yourself back when it comes to benefits.
When you’re flavoring your favorite dishes, which seasoning do you reach for most often? In a recent survey conducted by Vitacost.com, basil beat out other popular herbs and spices to earn the title of favorite flavor enhancer. Not far behind, cinnamon, salt and pepper were also popular picks.
Happy Tuesday Newsday!
Today’s news is more “salty” than happy – a new study has concluded that the average American child is consuming more than twice the recommended daily amount of sodium. Are your kids getting too much?
With its permanent place on your dinner table, salt is considered by many to be the sultan of seasonings. But which type is best?
Where does it come from?
Before making its way into that adorable cow-shaped shaker, the salt on your table was made from either halite (rock deposits) or brine (saltwater). These natural sources sometimes contain trace minerals, including magnesium, iron, sulfur and potassium.
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