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Nuts and seeds may be small, but they can pack a punch when it comes to nutrition.
As well as being high in protein and fibre, nuts and seeds are loaded with vitamins and minerals, like iron and magnesium.
Unsalted nuts contain ‘good fats’ (unsaturated fats), which can help keep cholesterol in check, and opting for unsaturated fats over saturated fats could also lower your risk of heart disease.
Adding a few nuts or seeds into the mix is a simple way to make your next meal more nutritious.
Try crushing some nuts on top of your morning yoghurt, or sprinkle some seeds over scrambled egg, soup or salads.