Experts have confirmed the American Heart Association that walnut prevents weight gain and improve the state of the heart and blood vessels.
Experts have analyzed data on the health status of more than 126,000 men and women who do not suffer from chronic illnesses, and every four years they respond to a researcher questionnaire on the amount of walnuts they eat and the number of times. It turns out that about 30 grams of nuts daily will not cause harm to the body. In the fight against obesity, according to the Russian news agency "RIA Novosti".
Scientists have concluded that eating as much nuts per day as red meat, processed meat, fries and sweets reduces the likelihood of gaining weight.
"Many people think nuts are rich in fats and calories, so they do not consider them healthy snacks, while walnut prevents weight gain and improve health," said researcher Liu Xiaoran.
Eating walnut reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease, Seavran said.