Nuts May Protect Against Heart Disease

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A new study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology looks at the influence of nut ingestion on the risk of cardiovascular disease.

Nuts are good for the body, have recently reported on a major study showing that only a handful of nuts every day reduce the risk of premature death.

Diabetes risk fall by 40 percent with only 20 grams of nuts per day, and the risk of infectious diseases falls by 75 percent.

Other studies have proposed that nuts can safe guard our memory and even improve intelligence.

But what might nuts do for our cardiovascular health? The new study head by Marta Guasch-Ferré, Ph.D., a research fellow in the Department of Nutrition at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in Boston, MA inspect the connection between the frequency of nut ingestion and the occurrence of cardiovascular disease.

Furthermore, and in difference with existing research on the subject, this study also looks at certain kinds of nut and their effect on cardiovascular health.

Guasch-Ferré and her team inspect more than 210,000 people, combining data from the Nurses’ Health Study I and II as well as the Health Professionals Follow-up Study.

Generally, they examine the participants for a total of thirty two years, with medical and lifestyle information being gathered every 2 years using self-administered questionnaires.

Food-frequency questionnaires provide the researchers information about those people that take part’ nut ingestion every 4 years.

Those that carries out the research concentrated on vital cardiovascular disease, described as myocardial infarction, stroke, or fatal cardiovascular disease.

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Additionally, they looked at the total occurrence of coronary heart disease, understood as fatal or non-fatal myocardial infarction, and the total occurrence of stroke, either fatal or non-fatal.

The researchers registered 14,136 cases of cardiovascular disease, During the study time, 8,390 of which were coronary heart disease and 5,910 of which were stroke.

Eating walnuts two to three times every week was connected with a 19 percent decrease in cardiovascular risk, and a 21 percent decrease in coronary heart disease risk.

Consuming peanuts at least twice each week was connected with a 13 percent lower risk of cardiovascular disease, and tree nuts with a 15 percent lower cardiovascular risk.

Peanut intake also tally with a 15 percent decrease in coronary heart disease risk, and tree nuts with a 23 percent risk reduction.

In the meantime, raw nuts, if possible unpeeled, may be reviewed as natural health capsules that can be easily absorbed into any heart-safety diet to further cardiovascular well-being and boost healthy aging.

 

Source: Medical News Today

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