Eating a daily handful of almonds, cashews, and walnuts stabilises the blood sugar levels of type 2 diabetics, study finds

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Eating a handful of almonds, cashews and walnuts every day stabilises blood sugar levels in people with type 2 diabetes, new research suggests.

Just 75g of mixed, unsalted nuts significantly improves patients’ blood sugar control, a Canadian study found.

The snack also reduces so-called ‘bad’ cholesterol and lowers levels of a protein associated with heart disease, known as Apo-B, the research adds.

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