Nuts may help lower cholesterol levels

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Nuts may help lower cholesterol levels

According to a report in the Wall Street Journal research published in the Archives of Internal Medicine suggests that nuts may help lower cholesterol levels.
HealthDay reported that investigators “pooled data on 583 men and women who had participated in 25 nut consumption trials.”
“Patients in the trials ate an average of 67 grams, or about 2.4 ounces, of nuts daily,” WebMD reported. While MedPage Today reported that the researchers found that “eating an average of 67 grams of nuts a day (2.4 ounces) reduced total cholesterol by 5.9% and LDL cholesterol by 7.4%.”
The bottom line, a couple of ounces of nuts per day may be heart healthy and highly healthy.

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