MNA Life Style Desk: A study showed that people who ate nuts not only had less weight gain than their nut-abstaining peers, but they also enjoyed a five per cent lower risk of becoming overweight or obese.
Many people have historically assumed that nut an energy-dense, high-fat food are not a good choice for individuals who want to lose weight.
Further, the researchers found that nuts are rich source of energy, good fats, protein, vitamins, minerals and phytochemicals.
Nus is also associated with a variety of health benefits, including healthy ageing and memory function, especially in older adults.
Nut has impressive effects on cholesterol and triglyceride levels. The cholesterol-lowering power of nut is believed to be due in part to their high content of monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids.
Several studies suggest that nut help lower heart disease and stroke risk because of their benefits for cholesterol levels. Nuts have strong anti-inflammatory properties. Inflammation is your body’s way of defending itself from injury, as well as bacteria and other potentially harmful pathogens.