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Add a twist to traditional sweets, try Amaranth Cranberry Bites this Diwali

Amaranth is a nutritious, gluten-free grain that provides plenty of fibre, protein and micronutrients. It has also been associated with a number of health benefits, including reduced inflammation, lower cholesterol levels and increased weight loss.

Type 2 Diabetes: Here's how this nut can help lower your blood sugar levels

Nuts, which are good source of nutrition, provide a range of health benefits for all.

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Diabetes-friendly nut: How many almonds should you consume daily?

Almonds are known to lower blood pressure, control blood sugar, cholesterol levels, and even alleviate constipation, respiratory disorders and anaemia.

From spinach to eggs: Some of the most healthy foods you can find in your kitchen

Incorporate these healthy foods in your daily diet to maintain your health and fitness levels.

Nut consumption might increase blood sugar levels in diabetics, finds study

In terms of dietary composition, nuts are high in monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFA) and polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA), and are good sources of vegetable protein.

Nuts may help prevent dementia reveals a study

Dementia can affect a person’s memory loss, thinking speed, mental sharpness and quickness, and understanding. A study has found, Eating more than 10 grams of nuts a day may maintain and even improve memory and thinking skills.

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From diabetes to skin care, the many benefits of pine nuts

Pine nuts contain monosaturated fats and antioxidants along with fatty acids that help in losing weight. Apart from reducing the risk of diabetes and heart attacks, it is good for the skin and hair.

Fill up on walnuts; it has 21% fewer calories than you thought

Incorporating walnuts into everyday diet might assist in weight management.

Eating nuts tied to reduced death rate

The study also looked at the protective effect on specific causes of death.

Diet alone helps lower bad cholesterol: study

One in four adults aged 45 and older in the United States takes the cholesterol-lowering drugs.

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