Find out which nuts you should add to your diet and why
It’s no secret that eating nuts is good for you. Researchers have been proving their cancer-fighting, brain-enhancing, weight-reducing and cholesterol-lowering capacity for years. As long as you avoid eating them with salt and enjoy them in moderation (about a quarter cup a day) as part of a healthy diet, they could also help reduce your risk for coronary heart disease. Nuts can help keep you satiated and cut down on sweet cravings, too, but are some nuts better than others?