Experts have identified the American Heart Association, which prevents weight gain and improves cardiac and vascular status.
Experts analyzed data on the health status of more than 126,000 men and women who are not suffering from chronic diseases and responded to a questionnaire about the amount and frequency of nuts they eat every four years. It turns out that about 30 grams of nuts per day do not harm the body. According to Russian news agency RIA Novosti in the fight against obesity.
Scientists have concluded that the possibility of weight gain has been reduced by eating huge amounts of nuts a day instead of red meat, processed meat, french fries and sweets.
"Nuts are rich in fat and calories, so nuts prevent weight gain and improve health, but not healthy snacks," said researcher Liu Xiaoran.
Seawran said that eating nuts reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease.