Benefits of Nutriate India's

Nuts & Seeds

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Get a Goodnight's Sleep

What’s more, some researchers claim that eating Nuts improves sleep quality, as they’re one of the best food sources of melatonin. The fatty acid makeup of nuts may also contribute to better sleep. They provide alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), an omega-3 fatty acid that’s converted to DHA in the body. DHA may increase serotonin production.

Reduces your risk of Heart Attack & Stroke

Nuts are extremely good for your heart. Several studies suggest that nuts help lower heart disease and stroke risk due to their benefits for cholesterol levels, “bad” LDL particle size, artery function, and inflammation. Studies found that small, dense LDL particles may increase heart disease risk more than larger LDL particles. Interestingly, one study on the Mediterranean diet found that people who ate nuts had a significant decline in small LDL particles and an increase in large LDL particles, as well as “good” HDL cholesterol levels.

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Beneficial for type-2 diabetes & metabolic syndrome

Type 2 diabetes is a common disease affecting hundreds of millions of people worldwide. Metabolic syndrome refers to a group of risk factors that may increase your risk of heart disease, stroke, and type 2 diabetes. Therefore, type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome are strongly linked. Interestingly, nuts may be one of the best foods for people with metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes. First off, they’re low in carbs and don’t raise blood sugar levels much. Thus, substituting nuts for higher-carb foods should lead to reduced blood sugar levels. Studies suggest that eating nuts may also lower oxidative stress, blood pressure, and other health markers in people with diabetes and metabolic syndrome.

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May aid Weight loss

Though they’re considered a high-calorie food, research suggests that nuts may help you lose weight.

One large study assessing the effects of the Mediterranean diet found that people assigned to eat nuts lost an average of 2 inches (5 cm) from their waists — significantly more than those given olive oil.

Almonds have consistently been shown to promote weight loss rather than weight gain in controlled studies. Some research suggests that pistachios aid weight loss as well. In one study in overweight women, those eating almonds lost nearly three times as much weight and experienced a significantly greater decrease in waist size compared to the control group. What’s more, even though nuts are quite high in calories, research shows that your body doesn’t absorb all of them, as a portion of fat stays trapped within the nut’s fibrous wall during digestion.

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Stimulates Immune system

The vitamin E found in nuts like pistachios, almonds and walnuts is needed by the immune system to fight off invading bacteria, so nuts are great for helping to prevent colds. Try adding nuts to salads, homemade breads, oatmeal or simply enjoy a handful as a snack. The healthy fats in nuts help the body absorb vitamin E.

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Make your Hair Long and Lustrous & Helps to protect skin from the outside atmosphere.

They also possess a variety of vitamins and minerals which are linked with various health benefits such as better cholesterol levels, a stronger immune system, and improved heart health. Moreover, they can also help in weight loss while improving your skin and hair.