Nuts for Heart Health

Did you know that regularly eating nuts significantly reduces the incidence of heart disease?
Eating one ounce of nuts five or more times per week can reduce your risk of heart disease by 25-39%.
Why are nuts so beneficial? Although nuts are high in fat, the fat is mostly unsaturated fat which has a beneficial effect on health.  Studies with almonds and walnuts have both shown a beneficial effe...

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