November 2000 Issue
In a Nutshell...A Handful of Nuts Can Be Good for You
Everyone loves a nut, especially around the holidays. And why not? Nuts are rich in flavor and texture, making them a satisfying snack. Okay, so the calories can add up fast. But if you can keep your nibbling under control, nuts are a veritable health bonanza. True nuts grow on trees. They have been food staples and even medicine around the world, from the Amazon to Asia, for thousands of years.
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