Nuts, almonds, cashews, pistachios, macadamia, hazelnuts and pine nuts are associated with better heart health. It can eat more nuts, especially nuts, reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease in people with type 2 diabetes.
This type of diabetes must be associated with high levels of high cholesterol, heart disease and the possibility of having a stroke, but to date a little has been studied for the benefits of the nuts can be stolen.
In this work, published by the American Heart Society, and reproduced for 20 minutes, the authors used a questionnaire on a diet of 16,217 men and women before and after a diagnosis of type 2 diabetes, where they were asked for their use of dry fruits and trees
At the time the study lasted, there were 3,336 cases of cardiovascular disease (including 2,567 cases of coronary heart disease and 789 cases of stroke) and 5,682 deaths (1,663 deaths of cardiovascular disease and 1,297 deaths of cancer).
They crossed the cases with the answers that were found and those who ate a few nuts were found to have benefits for the heart, a relationship that was stronger with the fruit of trees.
For more detail, scientists were measured and people with diabetes type 2 who ate five dogs from each nuts per week were found to have a risk of 17% lower than the total cases of cardiovascular disease, a risk of 20% lower in coronary heart disease, 34% lower risk of death of cardiovascular disease, and 31% less risk of deaths from each case.