Seeds: To Eat or Not to Eat

Seeds play a bigger role in your diet than you may think. Some are considered essential and some you need to stay far away from; see if you know which is which.

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Can You Eat Nuts?

Almonds, walnuts, cashews and other nuts are seeds that are produced by trees. The exception: Peanuts grow underground on annual plants that are members of the bean family. Some people are very allergic to nuts, especially peanuts, and they need to make sure no nuts or nut oils are in the food they eat.

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