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How many nuts should you eat for your health?
Friday - 11/22/2013, 1:15pm EST
AP Business Writer
New research suggests eating nuts regularly can help lower your risk of death, particularly from cancer and heart disease. Some advice on adding nuts to your diet:
The American Heart Association recommends four servings of unsalted nuts a week. A serving is a small handful -- 1.5 ounces of whole nuts -- or 2 tablespoons in nut butter form. For example, there are about 23 almonds in a serving.
Peanuts or tree nuts including almonds, walnuts, cashews and pistachios. Eat them as a snack or add to other foods.
Nuts have a lot of nutrients but they also have a lot of calories. A serving of peanuts or almonds is about 240 calories.
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