Nuts are a staple in Irish folktales and have long been an icon of the country’s food culture.
The Irish don’t like to eat nuts but, for the most part, they’re pretty good for us.
A recent study, published in the journal Nutritional Science, shows that nuts actually help us stay healthy, at least for now.
In the study, researchers from the University of Cambridge and University College London compared a group of people with a low risk of developing type 2 diabetes, or type 1 diabetes, and those with a high risk of the disease.
The researchers found that the people who ate the most nuts had significantly higher rates of diabetes.
So, if you’re one of the people out there who says you can’t eat nuts for your health, you’re probably doing it wrong.
But, for now, there are lots of healthy alternatives.
Here are our favorites: Nuts can help with heart disease If you’re suffering from a heart disease or are planning to get one, nuts can help you stay healthy.
They’re loaded with omega-3 fats and fiber, which helps to lower blood pressure and improve your blood sugar.
The best nuts to try are whole nuts, but any nut should work, especially walnuts.
They are rich in protein, magnesium, potassium and fiber.
One good option is to substitute walnuts with almond or cashew nuts, which are low in fat, and have a high amount of magnesium.
Nutella is a superfood that’s been around for decades.
Its creamy consistency is the perfect way to serve nuts and a creamy, nutty flavor can really elevate your food.
If you want a super-creamy treat, try adding in a spoonful of coconut milk.
It’s a rich and creamy substitute for the traditional spoonfuls of nuts you may have at home.
For a healthy alternative to nuts, try this recipe: Apple, orange, banana, and banana jam: A healthier version of apple jam, the combination of the fruit and the jelly can help reduce your blood pressure, improve blood sugar levels and keep your heart healthy.
Apple, apple, lemon and grapefruit juice: A super-fruit smoothie, this super-nutty, super-healthy, super sweet concoction will keep your blood flowing and your cholesterol levels low.
Apple cider, apple juice, banana cream, lemon peel and orange peel: These juices are high in antioxidants and healthy fats that are a great way to keep your body healthy and give you energy.
Orange juice, lemon juice and orange zest: This juice is a great replacement for fruit juice, which is a healthy source of antioxidants and nutrients.
It is rich in vitamin C, fiber and potassium.
To make the perfect juice, combine all of these together in a blender.
It will give your juice a smooth, super creamy consistency.
Lemon juice, honey, coconut oil and almond butter: These flavors are packed with healthy fats, vitamins and minerals, so they are great for keeping your heart and blood sugar in check.
Coconut oil is also good for your heart.
It has a high concentration of polyunsaturated fatty acids, which help keep your cholesterol in check and prevent heart disease.
Honey is another great source of vitamins and antioxidants, and it’s also a good source of protein and calcium.
Try adding in some of these to your smoothie or smoothie shake.
Coconut water: The perfect drink for an energizing, healthy, low-calorie, healthy-looking drink, this is a delicious alternative to traditional fruit drinks.
Try this sweet version of coconut water.
If coconut water doesn’t work for you, try using other fruits.
For example, try drinking almond milk instead.