Why the evidence on nuts and weight makes a mockery of the calorie principle

For a long time I’ve been an advocate of tree nuts (e.g. cashews, hazelnuts, walnuts, pecans, brazil nuts, almonds) and peanuts in the diet. One reason for this is that they are a highly nutritious food, and their consumption has been consistently linked in the scientific literature with a reduced risk of heart disease and … Continue reading Why the evidence on nuts and weight makes a mockery of the calorie principle