nuts lower risk of weight gain and obesity

Nuts just can’t shake their reputation for being fattening. And that stops people from eating a really healthy food. Go ahead and eat nuts: they’re not fattening. Want more proof?

Nuts are a super healthy food that protect you from many diseases from cardiovascular disease to cancer. But many people are prevented from benefiting from them because of the hard to shake belief that nuts are fattening. But tons of research proves they’re not.

In the latest study, researchers looked at the long term effect of eating nuts on weight. The massive study followed 126,190 American men and women. The researchers found that a serving a day of any kind of nut or peanut was associated with less risk of weight gain or of becoming obese. They found that replacing one serving of red meat, processed meat, French fries, desserts or potato chips with one serving of nuts was associated with less weight gain.


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