Experts at the American Heart Association have found that nuts prevent weight gain and improve cardiovascular health.
According to EurekAlert, the scientific group analyzed data on the health status of more than 126,000 men and women who did not have chronic diseases and every four years they answered the researchers' questionnaire about the number and number of nuts they ate.
It turns out that about 30 grams of nuts per day do not cause any harm to the body, on the contrary, helps in the fight against obesity. In addition, scientists have concluded that eating a lot of nuts per day instead of red meat, processed meats, chips, fries and desserts reduces the risk of weight gain.
"People think nuts are high in fat and calories, so they do not consider them healthy, while nuts prevent weight gain and improve health," says researcher Liu Xiaoran.
The study confirms that eating nuts reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease.