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July 1, 2008

Nuts vs Diabetes

Filed under: HEALTH TIPS — mossagrow @ 1:49 am
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You’ve heard that nuts can fit into a healthy diet. Though they are fatty, most kernels are packed with monounsaturated fat that boosts good cholesterol counts.

Harvard researchers have found that women who eat roughly a handful of nuts (or a tablespoon of peanut butter) five times a week are 20 per cent less likely to develop Type II diabetes.


Dont feel left out, guys … the researchers believe the findings apply to you too.

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