Nutty With Your Breakfast: There are many misconceptions about what to eat for breakfast in the morning. A recent study has tried to give clarity to such people. Nutrient-rich foods such as eggs and nuts are good for breaking fast. However, studies have shown that consuming nuts instead of eggs can reduce the risk of heart disease by up to 17 percent. Breakfast is the most important thing in the morning. But it is possible only if you choose the right food. According to the details of a research published by BMC Medical Journal, if nuts are taken instead of eggs in breakfast every day, heart diseases can be reduced by 17 percent, diabetes by 18 percent, and premature deaths by 15 percent. The researchers suggested to take 25 to 28 grams of nuts instead of eggs. But they did not say that eggs should not be completely removed from the diet.
Health benefits of nuts:
Nuts have many health benefits. Wall nuts in particular are very beneficial. It is rich in monounsaturated, polyunsaturated fats, vitamins, antioxidants, essential minerals, fiber, and protein. Omega 3 fatty acids in nuts keep the heart healthy and help prevent blood clots. Additionally, the amino acid arginine promotes nitric oxide production. These help in relaxing the blood vessels. Facilitates blood flow without any obstructions.
Experts say that nuts increase good cholesterol and reduce inflammation in the body. The fiber in nuts improves digestion and lowers blood sugar levels. Burns fat..helps in weight loss. Moreover, it effectively combats the risk factors associated with heart disease. For example, one ounce of almonds contains 15 grams of fat. It mainly consists of 80% monounsaturated, 15% polyunsaturated and 5% saturated fats. Similarly, walnuts provide 18.5 grams of fat. A recent study revealed that these contain mainly healthy fats.
A 2021 study found that consuming about half a cup of walnuts a day over two years lowered levels of low-density lipoprotein (LDL), or 'bad' cholesterol. . At the same time, it reduces total LDL particles and small LDL particles in healthy, elderly people, experts said. When considering food choices, regular inclusion of nuts in the diet instead of processed meats such as sausage…may be more beneficial than eggs, he said. It found that those who ate nuts twice a week had a 30 percent to 50 percent reduction in stroke risk. Studies show that people who eat nuts several times a week may avoid heart death or cardiovascular disease.
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