Driving you nuts

MANY healthy diets incorporate nuts into their daily lifestyle to help resist the urge to eat more snacks during meals.

There are a range of nuts to choose from but most choose peanuts, macadamia nuts, pistachios and almonds as a general way to keep away from fatty snacks.

In between meals, you should have a bowl of nuts in front of you and others which enable you to have a nibble and not feel tempted to have more food.

The three daily meals, breakfast, lunch and dinner should be enough to maintain a healthy diet with nuts to be had during an afternoon surge with some usually having coffee after coffee, biscuit after biscuit or chocolate after chocolate.

At least nuts aren’t too filling or fatty and still is an affective way of preventing hunger when it strikes at that time of the day.

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