Some of the healthiest nuts, according to Natalya Balashova, associate professor of the Department of Dietetics and Clinical Nutrition of RUDN University, are almonds and walnuts. Rossiyskaya Gazeta reports about this.
Almonds are high in antioxidants, which help protect cells from the damaging effects of free radicals. It is also rich in monounsaturated fats, which lower bad cholesterol levels and improve good cholesterol levels.
In addition, almonds are an excellent source of fiber, which is important for the normal functioning of the digestive system and control of blood sugar levels.
Walnuts, in turn, are a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids, which are essential for maintaining heart, brain, and eye health. It also contains protein, fiber, vitamins and minerals necessary for the normal functioning of the body.
Nutritionists recommend consuming 15-20 almonds daily for adults and up to five for children. As for walnuts, the optimal daily intake is 30 grams.
However, in addition to almonds and walnuts, there are several other types of nuts that are recognized by doctors as very useful. These are macadamia, pecan, Brazil nut, hazelnut, cashew and pistachio.
For example, pistachios, due to their fatty acid content, help burn bad cholesterol and can prevent the development of heart attacks and atherosclerosis.
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