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Could eating nuts help


prevent stroke? Eating a handful of nuts three times a week may lower your risk of developing an irregular heartbeat, which is a major cause of stroke, say Swedish researchers writing in the journal Heart. The study also found that eating


nuts just once or twice a week may be linked with a lower risk of heart failure. The study examined the eating habits of more than 60,000 Swedish adults and their heart health for more than 17 years. “Since only a small proportion of


this population had moderate (about five per cent) or high (less than two per cent) nut consumption, even a small increase in nut consumption may have a large potential to lead to a reduction in incidence of atrial fibrillation and heart failure,” the study concludes.


Nutrition file: pomegranate


With the pomegranate season starting in September we’ll soon be able to enjoy this delicious, juicy fruit. Its edible seeds are called arils, which can be eaten raw or processed into pomegranate juice. Here’s a quick look at why pomegranates are often called one of the healthiest fruits on the planet: • Raw pomegranate is very low in saturated fat, cholesterol and sodium.


• It’s a good source of folate and a very good source of vitamin C and vitamin K.


• Pomegranate is also a great source of fibre, with one average-sized fruit providing 11.3g – that’s more than a third of the government- recommended daily intake.


(Source: NutritionData.com)


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