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Pistachio Health offers you the tools to help educate your clients on the benefits of pistachios and how this super food can be part of a healthy lifestyle. Our fact sheets, educational handouts, and recipes cover heart health, weight management, nutritional benefits and more, incorporating the latest research on pistachios.

Heart Health

Pistachios are proof that good things come in small packages.
During the past 30 years, daily snacking occasions have steadily increased by nearly 25 percent. Make your snack count.
Snacking is all the rage and nothing snacks better than pistachios. These five pairings will take your snacking experience to the next level.
Already known as one of the lowest-calorie, lowest-fat and among the highest protein nuts, there's good news about pistachios and weight management.
To the delight of nut lovers everywhere, research continues to mount in support of nuts as a healthy, sensible snacking option for anyone trying to manage their weight.
Developed by behavioral eating expert Dr. James Painter, Ph.D., R.D., Chair of the School of Family and Consumer Sciences at Eastern Illinois University, the “Pistachio Principle” is a simple mindful eating concept that may help fool yourself full – without feelings of deprivation.
Snack food cravings are real and can be intense. Often, individuals crave a specific flavor – spicy, chocolaty or sugary – and some say that only a specific texture – creamy or crunchy, for example – will satisfy their snack attack. To help consumers beat their cravings, these “Eat This, Not That: Healthful Snacking” suggestions can help.
Pistachios take good nutrition to heart. Evidence suggest that including pistachios as part of a well-balanced diet may help support a healthy heart.

Weight Management

Pistachios are proof that good things come in small packages.
During the past 30 years, daily snacking occasions have steadily increased by nearly 25 percent. Make your snack count.
Snacking is all the rage and nothing snacks better than pistachios. These five pairings will take your snacking experience to the next level.
Already known as one of the lowest-calorie, lowest-fat and among the highest protein nuts, there's good news about pistachios and weight management.
To the delight of nut lovers everywhere, research continues to mount in support of nuts as a healthy, sensible snacking option for anyone trying to manage their weight.
Developed by behavioral eating expert Dr. James Painter, Ph.D., R.D., Chair of the School of Family and Consumer Sciences at Eastern Illinois University, the “Pistachio Principle” is a simple mindful eating concept that may help fool yourself full – without feelings of deprivation.
Snack food cravings are real and can be intense. Often, individuals crave a specific flavor – spicy, chocolaty or sugary – and some say that only a specific texture – creamy or crunchy, for example – will satisfy their snack attack. To help consumers beat their cravings, these “Eat This, Not That: Healthful Snacking” suggestions can help.
Pistachios take good nutrition to heart. Evidence suggest that including pistachios as part of a well-balanced diet may help support a healthy heart.

Nutrition

Pistachios are proof that good things come in small packages.
During the past 30 years, daily snacking occasions have steadily increased by nearly 25 percent. Make your snack count.
Snacking is all the rage and nothing snacks better than pistachios. These five pairings will take your snacking experience to the next level.
Already known as one of the lowest-calorie, lowest-fat and among the highest protein nuts, there's good news about pistachios and weight management.
To the delight of nut lovers everywhere, research continues to mount in support of nuts as a healthy, sensible snacking option for anyone trying to manage their weight.
Developed by behavioral eating expert Dr. James Painter, Ph.D., R.D., Chair of the School of Family and Consumer Sciences at Eastern Illinois University, the “Pistachio Principle” is a simple mindful eating concept that may help fool yourself full – without feelings of deprivation.
Snack food cravings are real and can be intense. Often, individuals crave a specific flavor – spicy, chocolaty or sugary – and some say that only a specific texture – creamy or crunchy, for example – will satisfy their snack attack. To help consumers beat their cravings, these “Eat This, Not That: Healthful Snacking” suggestions can help.
Pistachios take good nutrition to heart. Evidence suggest that including pistachios as part of a well-balanced diet may help support a healthy heart.
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