Walnuts linked to improvements in diabetes risk factors

Eating a daily handful of walnuts is linked to an improvement in certain risk factors among people at high risk of diabetes, new BMJ research shows. The walnut diet was associated with improvements in blood vessel cell wall function and 'bad' cholesterol after six months, although it didn't have any impact on blood pressure or blood glucose levels.

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