This post was sponsored by Wonderful Pistachios as part of an Influencer Activation and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.

We've officially entered the holiday season. With all of the festivities, the holiday cheer and the extra time spent with family - it's easily the most wonderful time of the year! With all of the celebrating taking place, it can be extremely easy to forget about your overall health, which is why choosing heart-healthy treats to include in your holiday menus is important.



Luckily, Wonderful Pistachios makes adding a healthy option for you and your guests super easy and convenient. Wonderful Pistachios Roasted & Salted and Roasted No Salt are dry roasted Pistachios with no added oil. They are also Non-GMO Project Verified, Gluten-Free, Kosher certified, Halal certified and vegan - which gives your guests plenty of options while snacking before your big, holiday meal. 

With plenty of families exercising meatless and vegan options throughout their busy weeks, Wonderful Pistachios is sure to be appreciated as it's included into your menu. Known for fiber and protein, Wonderful Pistachios are deliciously fulfilling and nearly 90% of the fat, is the type that's better for you. Wonderful Pistachios are fun and unique that's both healthy and tasty. That alone is enough to keep your guests smiling and satisfied. The shell even looks like it's smiling right back at you. 



What makes this healthy addition even more special, is that Wonderful Pistachios will be donating $.10/unit for Wonderful Pistachios Roasted & Salted and Wonderful Pistachios Roasted & No Salt sold at Walmart up to $100,000. The donations will benefit Toys for Tots, and the collection period will run from November 1st to December 24, 2019.


So as you prepare for your holiday gatherings, be sure to add Wonderful Pistachios to your Walmart shopping list, all while giving back! They also double as the perfect heart-healthy stocking stuffers. Stuffing someone's stocking who you know may be wanting to live a healthier lifestyle, can give them a boost for following through as the New Year is right around the corner! 

Disclaimer:
Scientific evidence suggests but does not prove that eating 1.5 ounces per day of most nuts, such as pistachios, as part of a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol may reduce the risk of heart disease. See nutritional information for fat content.




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