Peanut butter, almond butter, sunflower seed butter, soy nut butter, walnut butter. You definitely have more choices for nut butters these days. Our dietitian weighs in on how to pick your spread.
Getting the right amount of the right fats in our diets is important to our health. A dietitian provides guidance on how much you need and where to find the good fats.
Ever wondered if you’re going a little overboard with your avocado intake? Functional medicine dietitian Ariana Cucuzza, RD, offers some practical takeaways for how much is healthy in your overall diet.
Try this delicious version of avocado toast, loaded with phytonutrients and good-for-you fats. It’s simple to make and has lots of flavor too.
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