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NUTS & PULSES
LET NUTS AND PULSES TAKE THE SPOTLIGHT IN 2017
Pulses are peas, beans, chickpeas and lentils which, whether they are canned or fresh, are tiny
nutritional powerhouses packed with fibre and protein as well as being naturally low in fat. They
also offer iron, potassium, magnesium and other essential nutrients.
It's recommended to include 6 dessertspoons of pulses once or twice a week. Because of their
versatility, there are so many easy ways to add pulses to our diet other than just soups and chilli's
Add pulses to salads, pastas and burritos. Even puree them up and add into baking or smoothies.
Consumers are always looking for healthier snack choices, so make pulses the go to snack, like
hummus with whole-wheat crackers or roasted spicy chickpeas -The pulsabilities' are endless!
Nuts are a rich source of heart healthy fats, fibre, plant protein, essential vitamins and minerals
as well as having antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. All different types of nuts brings
something beneficial to the table. Nuts are satisfying as part of a snack or add richness to any dish
but because nuts are energy dense, we need to be tuned into how much are being consumed in
one go. Nuts add big flavour and texture to dishes, so encourage consumers to try different types of
nuts on offer each week. Nut butters can be hidden in oats, smoothies and baked goods like cookies
and muffins. Or some people just enjoy a tablespoon of nut butter with chopped fruit or veggie
sticks. In a nutshell, we should all be aiming to eat nuts more regularly as part of a healthy diet.