Nutrition for Inflammation and Arthritis
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Rich in omega-3 fatty acids, these soft nuts may lessen inflammation and reduce the risk for stroke and heart disease, according to Dr. Cannon, co-author of The Idiot's Guide to the Anti-Inflammation Diet. A study published in the April 2013 issue of theNew England Journal of Medicinefollowed for 4 years subjects who ate a Mediterranean diet. When compared with a control group that ate a low-fat version of the diet, people who consumed an additional 30 grams of nuts (15 of which were walnuts) experienced a decreased relative risk of heart disease and stroke.
A quarter-cup of walnuts contains 2.3 grams of alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) omega-3s. Research published in February 2008 in the Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition also points out that walnuts have phytochemicals, which contain anti-inflammatory agents. To get more walnuts in your daily diet, eat them raw as snacks, fold them into muffins or add them to salads and Greek yogurt for extra crunch.
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