What are some ways you can incorporate these nutritious sources of antioxidants into your diet? Whether you adhere to paleo, vegan, vegetarian or ketogenic diet protocols, nuts and seeds could be a wonderful addition. Plus, they are very versatile. They can be left whole, chopped, flaked, or ground into flour or nut butters. Nuts can also be included in vegetable dishes or mixed into salads. Tossing a few raw or roasted cashews or sunflower seeds into a salad is a great way to get some added protein and flavor.

Supporting good health and weight loss looks different for everyone, but adding these energy-dense nutrients to your diet could be the first step on your journey to better wellbeing. For more information on the benefits of specific nuts and seeds, please see the accompanying resource.

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