Have you ever heard the expression you are what you eat? Well, in some sense, it’s true. Nutrients from the foods we eat provide the foundation of function and wholeness of all the cells in our body, which is why it is important that we try to maintain a healthy diet and lifestyle.
The Wimbledon tennis tournament is back, which means that many of you are looking forward to attending the match with your family and friends (or rivals 😉)
During April try adding nuts and dried fruits into your diet on a daily basis and let us know how you feel! In this article, we will share with you some key moments to eat nuts and dried fruits, and share what health benefits they can bring to your life.
Another World Cup is here, which means a number of you will be getting organized to watch the games with family and friends (or rivals), with an assortment of snacks ready to be served. But are nuts and dried fruits in that mix?
Plant-based diets have been on the rise for a number of years now. Not only are we becoming more self-aware about what we are putting
In the past, the concept of snacking has been perceived as negative involving over indulgent “treats” however, that doesn’t have to be the case. Scientific
What are your goals for the new year? If you are wanting to step up your health game, live longer and even help the planet,
Did you know that human gastrointestinal microbiota, also known as gut flora or gut microbiota, is the human body’s largest population of microorganisms that live
How to Create Routine and Structure When the World Feels Out of Control by Registered Dietitian Nicole Osinga
It’s hard to believe that we have been in a Global Pandemic for about a year now. This situation has not only impacted our health,
Extensive evidence shows us that an adequate intake of omega 3 from plant foods in the form of alpha-linolenic acid or ALA (found in nuts
Lifespan has significantly increased in modern society. However, brain diseases are unfortunately on the rise. That includes neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease, which is
The good news is that not everything is down to genetics – as scientific evidence shows that diet also plays a prominent role in male fertility.
Despite educational efforts and social awareness, the consumption of fruits and vegetables is lower than recommended by health agencies.
Looking for a new taste to add to your dishes? Rehydrate your favorite dried fruits to add the moisture back in. By doing this not only will you enhance their flavor but also soften their texture.
Urinary tract infections are one of the most common bacterial infections, affecting nearly 150 million people every year, especially women. Prevention is important and dried cranberries may help us. Want to know how?
Poorly controlled blood sugar levels may increase your chances of developing type 2 diabetes and its complications including kidney, retinal and cardiovascular diseases…
An unhealthy diet, high in saturated fat, sugar, salt and processed foods may affect your health, especially your bad cholesterol levels…
Ferran Adrià, Raül Balam, Neil Perry and Mert Seran, INC’s collaborators, explain some secrets about how to make exclusive dishes with nuts and dried fruits
JP Singh, Executive Chef at Bukhara Chef J.P. Singh is the Executive Chef at Bukhara Restaurant (Delhi, India), winner of the 2017 INC Award for Excellence
It has long been assumed popularly that nut consumption leads to a weight gain. Their taste and their undeniable gastronomic qualities are out of question, and so are their nutritional…
Prevention of cardiovascular disease (CVD) and other chronic diseases like diabetes has become a generalized concern in today’s society…
“My Recommendation is to Consume 4 to 7 Servings per Week of Any Type of Nuts as Part of a Healthy Diet”
Dr. Marta Guasch-Ferré, Research Fellow at the Department of Nutrition at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health (US). She holds a PhD in Nutritional
A new recently study published in The Journal of Nutrition comes to the conclusion that eating walnuts is an adequate way of keeping “bad” cholesterol on track
The INC and the global NGO Save Children have recently joined forces to empower the dissemination project Nuts For a Healthy World and help in
The INC and Save Children have joined forces to empower the dissemination project Nuts For a Healthier World and thanks to the collaboration of our members,
New scientific findings showed that the energy content of cashews -the calories- is 16% lower than what is typically stated on current food labels and databases in the United States, including the USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard References.
Last year, the INC created a video campaign to raise awareness of the Project, and at the beginning of 2019, Save the Children joined forces and turned all video shares into physical aid…
The fruit is usually consumed fresh or in a preserved form, such as dried or as a paste….
What is food allergy? How common are allergies? Diagnosis, labeling, key aspects of allergen management and much more. The INC presents a new information resource:
Raisins are high in potassium, which contributes to the maintenance of normal blood pressure. Scientific studies have also seen an association between eating raisins and lower blood pressure…
Nowadays, energy is turning into a key element within a contemporary health and wellness lifestyle. As consumers, we are starting to get tired of the
We live in a stressful world and sometimes you may feel tired and have a lack of energy. Peanuts may help you to fight the tiredness and fatigue of everyday life. How?…
Welcome to the first edition of the Monthly Nutfruit News Round-up. Each month we will bring you a selection of some of the top articles
Eating well is always important, and now more than ever in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. A nutritious diet can not only help support
When we feel good from the inside out, there is nothing that can bring us down. We are immune to everything! Eating nuts and dried