Well, we learned yesterday that roasted soybeans contain sufficient fat to be
concerned about eating too many of them.
I have now purchased a package of no salt added sunflower seeds that are even
higher in fat because they too are roasted in oil.
"I thought" I had purchased "natural" sunflower seeds until I got home and
read the teeny tiny nutritional label with my magnifying glass (the eyes are
going and I didn't have my specs w/me at the store) and,
WOW! lots of fat!
So, my friends, as our friend and fellow list member Bev Kurtin has stated,
I do ... I am an inveterate label reader (for the most part).
Must read labels, plain and simple.
Don't assume anything, and don't assume because something is purchased at a
health food store that it must be good for you, not always so.