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4 Chestnut Benefits for Your Health – Chestnut Nutrition Facts – GoodHousekeeping.com

Chestnuts roasting on an open fire means one thing: Christmas. It’s literally the first line of the “The Christmas Song,” but the holiday staple deserves a spot in more than just carols and stuffing. These starchy nuts pack in a surprising dose of fiber, vitamin C, and important minerals like copper and potassium. Here’s exactly what’s inside those tough hulls. ...

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Eat These Superfoods To Stay Warm And Healthy During Winter Season – NDTV News

As we head towards the season of icy cold months, keeping ourselves warm and healthy becomes very important. Eating a healthy and nutrient-dense diet may help us battle the cold weather. According to Dr. Mukta Vasistha, H.O.D Nutrition and Dietetics, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, “We must focus on a balanced diet, especially during harsh weather like winters. It is imperative ...

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Quaker Joins Forces With Rosario Dawson To Get Real About Nutrition – PRNewswire

As part of Quaker’s campaign, the credible nutrition brand is joining forces with actress, oat enthusiast, and health advocate, Rosario Dawson, to develop a three-part video series that encourages people to start taking their nutrition into their own hands and shows them that small steps – like incorporating oats into their day – can help make a difference. "I’ve been ...

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5 Healthy Seeds To Add To Your Diet – Medical Daily

Small in size, big in benefits — there may be no better way to describe seeds which are often packed with a surprising amount and variety of nutrients. Just adding a dash of seeds into a smoothie or salad can give your diet a health boost, said Lori Zanini, registered dietitian and a spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Here are ...

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Knox County Schools: Relaxed school nutrition rules to have little effect on lunches – WATE 6 On Your Side

Top Local Stories KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) – Changes are coming to the school cafeteria as the Trump administration rolls back some regulation on school lunches. Those regulations go back to the Obama administration. Former first lady Michelle Obama championed the effort to get children moving and eating healthier. According to the woman in charge of food services for Knox County ...

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