"Popcorn kernels themselves are extremely healthy.
Preparation of popcorn has a major impact on its nutrition STACK.com
Whether it's air-popped, microwaved or oil-popped, popcorn has impressive nutrition. Air-popped popcorn is slightly more desirable for a few reasons (but we'll get into preparation later). The following nutritional figures are for air-popped popcorn. A single 1-ounce serving contains 110 calories, 1 gram of fat, almost no saturated fat, 4 grams of dietary fiber, 4 grams of protein and 10 percent of your daily magnesium.
What jumps out right away are the low calorie and fat totals. At 110 calories per serving, popcorn qualifies as a snack you can mindlessly munch on in front of the television without worrying about major repercussions. The remarkably low fat totals are equally impressive."
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Popcorn Actually Healthy? Click on link to view Full article. Written by - Brandon Hall is an Assistant Content Director for STACK