Eating nuts elevates mood, lower hear...

Eating nuts elevates mood, lower heart disease risks

There are 2 comments on the Jordan News.Net story from Nov 6, 2011, titled Eating nuts elevates mood, lower heart disease risks. In it, Jordan News.Net reports that:

Eating nuts helps lowers heart disease risk in people with metabolic syndrome MetS or those with excess abdominal fat, high blood sugar and high blood pressure, say researchers.

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Kristie

Chicago, IL

#1 Nov 19, 2011
Wow, I didn’t know about his till now..im glad I stumbled upon this info because I always eat nuts and stilton cheese at home..i get the cheese here: http://www.idealcheese.com/stiltoncheese.aspx .
Rebekah

Chicago, IL

#2 Dec 5, 2011
Nuts contain 'good fats' that are needed by the body to reduce the risk of developing a full-blown type 2 diabetes. It also aids in controlling blood sugar, reducing insulin resistance, and fighting belly fat.

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