Nuts have remained a crucial source of protein, healthy fats, and antioxidants (peanuts are surprisingly rich in resveratrol) from ancient times to the present day.
In a recent examination of a 30 year study, scientists have confirmed what many physicians already knew: People who ate nuts more often were less likely to develop heart disease, cancer, and respiratory disease. Also the study, which tracked more than 118,000 men and women, also revealed for the firs time that nut consumers live longer. According to the lead author Ying Boa, MD, “Our study found that people who ate nuts seven or more times per week, as compared with those who did not eat nuts, had a 20 Percent reduction in death rate.” She added that she now consumes nuts more frequently herself.
May your days be filled with good health, good friends, good food, and most of all; much love,
Dexter D Black
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