If there’s any farmers market experience better than sinking your teeth into a warm, cinnamon-y apple cider donut while wandering around the stalls, we don’t know about it. Now you can have that favorite treat any time, at home—and the best part is: We created one that’s actually good for you.
Walnuts are one of the healthiest nuts you can eat, since they have omega 3 fatty acids, which can lower inflammation in the body, boost heart health, fill you up and hold you over longer, and help your body function well. They’re a great food to incorporate if you are looking to support these areas of your health.
Nuts are good for you due to their healthy fats and protein, but you may have been hesitant in the past to nosh on a bag of nuts due to their high calorie and fat count. As it stands, there are several calories per serving, so unless you’re portioning wisely, those can surely add up.
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Veggie maven Deborah Madison gives us this beautiful asparagus and arugula dish from her new book In My Kitchen (published by Ten Speed Press).
Dr. Mark Hyman's quick and simple step for healthier nuts and seeds
We recently suggested you try soaking and sprouting grains, like quinoa, oats and brown rice…