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When I was reading the grocery list in the Whole30, I was puzzled by the list of nuts & seeds to have "occasionally" or to "limit." In my pre-whole30 mind, I thought walnuts were super healthy (as well as almonds/almond butter.) I would love to know the science, the "Why" behind the grouping of this list (see image). Why are some nuts & seeds better than others? And, why do certain nuts & seeds need to be limited? I'm curious... and... to be honest, I just love walnuts! haha Thanks for taking the time to read this!
I’ve just listened (in Audible) through chapter 15 of the “It Starts with Food” book. There have been references to PDF resources that can be found at Audible.com or iTunes.com, such as the recommended nut list. I haven’t been able to locate this list, can someone help me? TY
I'm getting ready to start the Whole 30 diet. I have been doing Intermittent Fasting so am trying to compromise and have a small "late breakfast" (I feel better not eating first thing in the morning and am never hungry). Some days I'll eat many of the sample breakfasts I've seen people share like hard boiled eggs, avocado, etc - but once in a while I thought I would just have a small amount of nuts and dried fruit. I would count the dried fruit as one of the 2 servings of fruit I can have each day and measure them out along with a serving of nuts. My question is - how much would a serving