A Mediterranean diet supplemented with almonds (MDSA) can help mitigate obesity-related white adipose tissue (WAT) dysfunction and reduce risk factors for diabetes and cardiovascular disease, according to new research.
A low-carb diet which is also rich in almond consumption could reduce depression and glycometabolism in patients with Type 2 Diabetes (T2DM) thanks to the diet's impact on the gut microbiota, according to a newly published RCT.
A recent study conducted by researchers at Tufts University suggests that consuming 1.5 ounces of almonds per day, compared to no almond consumption, may help reduce CVD risk factors such as elevated LDL cholesterol levels, and as a result, reduce an...
A request for a delay in the implementation of new pasteurization
requirements for almonds has been rejected by the US Department of
Agriculture (USDA), which has said that the new requirements will
come into effect on September 1,...
The more nuts you eat, the lower your cholesterol, a new study
appears to suggest. Researchers at the Lorna Linda University in
California found that people who replaced 20 per cent of their
energy intake with almonds significantly...
Almonds can substantially reduce the level of bad cholesterol,
protect against heart disease and protect the body's cells from
damage, according to research presented at a conference in the US
this week. But another study also...