We all want to live longer and look younger. A major research from Harvard University have found the food you should eat regularly to live longer.
According to the researchers, people who eat nuts tend to live longer and suffer fewer deaths from cancer, heart disease and respiratory disease.
Harvard University researchers found that women at high risk of heart disease who had a tablespoon of peanut butter five or more days a week appeared to nearly halve their risk of suffering a heart attack compared with women who ate one serving or less per week, reports Daily Mail.
The study also showed that adolescent girls who consumed just only or more servings of peanuts a week appeared to have significantly lower risk of developing lumpy breasts, which can be a marker for increased breast cancer risk.
If you are worried eating nuts would make you fat, you really don’t need to worry about that because about 20 clinical trials have failed to prove nuts caused weight gain. This is because nuts boost metabolism helping you burn more of your own fat.
So don’t forget to eat some nuts today.