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Eating nuts tied to lower heart disease risk for diabetics
by Lisa Rapaport
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19 February 2019
On 19 February 2019 Reuters reported:
People with diabetes who regularly eat nuts may be less likely to develop heart disease than their counterparts who rarely, if ever, consume nuts, a U.S. study suggests. Diabetics who ate at least five 28-gram (one-ounce) servings of nuts a week were 17 percent less likely to develop heart disease than people with diabetes who had no more than one serving of nuts weekly, the study found.
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Even just one serving of nuts might still be good for the heart, however.
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