If You Eat Nuts, 100% Certainty That You Will Live 20% Longer 

 June 18, 2014

By  Gabriela

Nuts lowers the risk of death by amazing 20%. This knew is widely spread over the media, television channels and online informative portals.

Tree nuts are healthy and have great health benefits. They are best used in natural form, not processed. With their processing, baking and aromatizing with salt and other different chemicals, their natural value is lowered.

Different researches made in Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Brigham, have proven that people eating several nuts a day have 20% less chance of dying of any kind of disease during 30 year period, than those who don’t consume nuts. Eating nuts is preserving body’s sharp line which refutes the fact and believing that this can lead to increasing of body weight.

Daily Eating Nuts Reduces Deaths Caused By Heart Disease By Almost 30%.

To come to this data scientists have made research and studies conducted in the period of 1980 to 2010 year, among a group of men and women. They were given a survey list where they were asked if and how much they consume nuts in their nutrition.

All NutsThe studies have shown that the people eating one portion of tree nuts, (included walnuts, hazelnuts, almonds, Brazil nuts, cashews, macadamias, pecans, pistachios and pine nuts) at least once a week, have had lowering of 11% death risk. Those consuming 2-4 times a week, 13%; 5-6 times a week, to 15%, and 7 or more times a week – lowered the risk by whole 20% possible mortality.

Also changes in the potential and vital chronic diseases are noticed, like cancer, heart disease, stroke and diabetes. Also, improving of the rate of cholesterol had appeared, lowering of oxidative stress, inflammation, adiposity and insulin resistance.

Largest benefit is the information of Dr. Charles Fuchs, who concluded that in America death cases out of heart disease have fallen by 29% and the risk of cancer is significantly lowered by 11%, with regular consuming of tree nuts.

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