Q. I have been told I shouldn’t eat nuts because of my diverticulosis. Is this true?

A. Alicia Romano, MS, RD, a dietitian at the Frances Stern Nutrition Center, answers: “Nuts are healthy foods that are good choices to incorporate into your diet for the long term, given their general healthy nutrient profile. They are a plant source of protein and naturally high in fiber and healthy fats (omega-3 and polyunsaturated […]
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