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Gator Allie's health tip about walnuts

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Hi, Everybody! It’s Gator Allie with another health food tip along with a recipe. Did you know that those who ate at least two 1-ounce servings of walnuts per week were nearly 25 percent less likely to develop type 2 diabetes than those who ate none?

Well, folks, there was a massive, I mean MASSIVE, 10 year study of 100,000 women between 35 and 77 which revealed that those who ate a minimum of two 1 ounces servings of walnuts on a weekly basis had a less likely chance of developing type 2 diabetes.

Of course, it comes as no surprise, since walnuts are high in fiber, good fatty acids, and antioxidants.

For a great recipe using walnuts, check out, “Easy to Make Waldorf Salad Recipe.”

Now, if you’re not interested in all the fuss of getting ingredients together to follow a recipe, then one can simple purchase walnut butter and use it instead of peanut butter. Artisana makes a great walnut butter. There have been positive comments made about this product listed on Use this coupon code, BER298, and save $5.00 at checkout. Guess what? is giving away a FREE bottle of PG & Daily appetite suppressant to all its customers.

See ya later, got to ride my gator.



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