The Healthy-Diet Foods That Health Experts Really Eat
“I stash them in my bag, my car—they’re great for on-the-go,” says Sara Haley, a trainer in Los Angeles, who likes nuts for their protein and good fats. They can help lower cholesterol, and one study showed that walnuts in particular have strong antioxidant benefits. Haley buys them in single-serving packets at Whole Foods to keep portions in check: “Even healthy calories can add up.”
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