Diabetes: Nuts Could Reduce Cardiovascular Risk
If you are at risk for certain cardiovascular issues, you may want to consider incorporating more nuts into your diet.
Packed with essential nutrients, nuts contain high levels of unsaturated fats, fiber, calcium and magnesium — plus they are portable and delicious. Research found that eating five servings of nuts a week can result in a 17 percent reduced risk of cardiovascular disease and a 34-percent risk of death relating to this condition. Even if you have already been diagnosed with some form of heart disease, nuts can still be beneficial. For more, look no further than Medical News Today.