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What Happens When You Eat This Many Nuts Every Day?

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This Is What Happens When You Eat This Exact Amount Of Nuts Every Day

Who doesn’t love to dig into a can of delicious mixed nuts? They can be very addictive, but the good news is that by choosing the right nuts to eat, you can do wonders for your health.

Including nuts in your healthy diet plan can be great for your heart health. Nuts are rich in several key nutrients that should be included in your diet:

Omega 3 fatty acids – known to help maintain heart health

Fiber – fiber helps lower your cholesterol, and helps you feel satisfied so you eat less

Vitamin E – may aid in discouraging development of plaques in your arteries

L-arginine – may help make artery walls more flexible and less prone to dangerous clots

In addition to heart health and other benefits, nuts make a fantastic snack when you’re on the go. They are relatively inexpensive and provide an amazing amount of nutritional value for the money. Compared to the cost of good quality snack and meal bars, nuts are a real bargain!

Check out this excerpt from Prevention Magazine, then go grab some nuts and enjoy! Please share if you like this.

You might have started incorporating a handful of nuts into your heart-healthy, brain-boosting diet, but a new study adds some compelling details about the nutritional star power of this all-time favorite snack.

Compared to non-nut eaters, people who ate at least 10 grams a day had a 23% lower chance of death from any cause. They were 17% less likely to die from heart disease, 21% less likely to die from cancer, 30% less likely to die from diabetes, and 47% less likely to die from neurodegenerative diseases, according to the study, which was published in the International Journal of Epidemiology. Eating more grams, however, didn’t improve the percentages significantly.

Here’s what 10 grams of some of the healthiest varieties looks like:

10 grams of peanuts = 12 peanuts
10 grams of almonds = 8–9 almonds
10 grams of cashews = 6 cashews
10 grams of walnuts = 5 walnut halves
10 grams of pecans = 5 pecan halves

Read More @ Prevention Magazine

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