A study of nearly 140,000 women in the US shows regular helpings of a small portion of nuts can have a powerful protective effect against a disease that is threatening to become a global epidemic.
Women who consumed a 28 gramme packet of walnuts at least twice a week were 24 per cent less likely to develop type two diabetes than those who rarely or never ate them. Read more
Monday, April 1, 2013
Walnuts Cut Diabetes Risk by One Quarter
Eating walnuts just two or three times a week can reduce the risk of type two diabetes by a almost a quarter, according to new research.