5 Unexpected Items Nutritionists Keep in Their Cupboards
Push aside the cans of beans and jars of coconut oil, and here's what you'll find.
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The Seeds You Haven't Seen Before
Superfood seeds, such as flax, hemp and wheat germ
may be all the rage, but have you tried watermelon seeds? Banish the thought of those black ovals; the watermelon seeds Long Island, New York nutritionist Karen Ansel
eats are sprouted and shelled. They're high in protein (more than eight grams per ounce
) and have a nutty flavor. Ansel sprinkles them on yogurt and salad.
What else they're good for:
Snacking on for a midafternoon energy burst.