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It’s Day 1 of #nuts30days30days challenge are you in?

These nutrient-packed morsels continue to amaze researchers as they uncover more and more nutty health benefits from weight management, to heart and brain health, to living longer. Yet on average, Aussies eat just 6g of nuts a day, well short of the 30g recommended serve. In March, please join us in encouraging people to make nuts a daily healthy habit, just like fruit and veg!

Take our #nuts30days30ways challenge!

It’s as easy as enjoying a handful of nuts every day for the month of March!

Libby Babet, from the all-new The Biggest Loser: Transformed, will kick off the #nuts30days30ways challenge on 1st March 2017, and keep us motivated with plenty of inspiration to go nuts!

How to take part

Spread the Word

Inspire others by sharing your daily nut fix on social media, like this amazing pic from @84th&3rd.

Be sure to include the hashtag #nuts30days30ways to go into the draw for great weekly prizes. This week we’re giving away a nut gift pack and a $100 Lorna Jane gift card – to enter post your nutty pic to Facebook or Instagram by Wednesday 8th March.

Download our badges and inspirational booklet here

New Health Research

Did you know?

Chomping on nuts could help you stick to a healthier diet. Yale University researchers found when people with diabetes added a handful of walnuts to their daily diet, it triggered a major shift towards eating more seafood, more plant foods and generally healthier tucker.

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