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Walnuts (Akhroat) help prevent heart diseases


A new clinical study shows that substituting walnuts for monounsaturated fat in a Mediterranean diet improves
, and even restores endothelial function (the property of arteries to dilate in order to meet the increased demand for blood, for example, due to physical exercise).

Walnuts have the following beneficial effects on the body.

1. Restore vascular elasticity, so vessels can dilate and contract easily.

2. Walnuts Reduce harmful cell adhesion molecules which are associated with the formation of atherosclerotic plaques. (atherosclerosis causes narrowing and hardening of vessels, it leads to the decreased blood supply to a specific organ and results in their disease for example if the organ is the heart, atherosclerosis can cause a heart attack.

these dual effects enhance the circulatory system, therefore aiding in the prevention of heart disease.

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  1. Very informative post, learned a few things I did not know. Thanks for this valuable information!

  2. I appreciate that you have shared some information about this walnut which is good form our health. Glad to read over this one.


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