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Tree Nut Consumption and Prostate Cancer: New Study on Nut Consumption and Prostate Cancer Risk and Mortality in the British Journal of Cancer

Tree Nut Consumption and Prostate Cancer: New Study on Nut Consumption and Prostate Cancer Risk and Mortality in the British Journal of Cancer

Davis, CA, June 16, 2016 – In a large prospective study published online in the British Journal of Cancer, researchers looked at the association between nut consumption and prostate

Effects of tree nuts on blood lipids, lipoproteins and blood pressure: A meta-analysis of 61 trials. New findings on tree nuts and cardiovascular disease Published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition

Effects of tree nuts on blood lipids, lipoproteins and blood pressure: A meta-analysis of 61 trials. New findings on tree nuts and cardiovascular disease Published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition

Davis, CA, November 11, 2015 – In a study published today in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, researchers performed

Tree Nut Consumption Associated with Lower Body Weight and Lower Risk of Metabolic Syndrome and Cardiovascular Disease: New Findings on Nut Consumption and Health Published in Nutrition Journal

Tree Nut Consumption Associated with Lower Body Weight and Lower Risk of Metabolic Syndrome and Cardiovascular Disease: New Findings on Nut Consumption and Health Published in Nutrition Journal

Davis, CA, June 30, 2015 – In a study published this week in Nutrition Journal, researchers compared risk factors for heart disease and metabolic

Tree nut consumption associated with better nutrient adequacy and diet quality in adults: New findings on nut consumption and health published in Nutrients

Tree nut consumption associated with better nutrient adequacy and diet quality in adults: New findings on nut consumption and health published in Nutrients

DAVIS, CA, January 19, 2015 – A new study, published this week in the open access journal Nutrients,  compares the nutrient adequacy and diet quality of those who consume

Tree Nuts Have A Positive Impact On Glycemic Control In Diabetes And On Metabolic Syndrome Criteria: New Findings on Tree Nuts, Diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome

Tree Nuts Have A Positive Impact On Glycemic Control In Diabetes And On Metabolic Syndrome Criteria: New Findings on Tree Nuts, Diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome

DAVIS, CA, July 30, 2014 – Two new meta-analyses involving tree nuts (almonds, Brazil nuts, cashews, hazelnuts, macadamias, pecans, pine nuts, pistachios and walnuts) were recently

New Study Shows the Fatty Acids in Tree Nuts May Help Reduce the Risk of Coronary Heart Disease in People with Type 2 Diabetes: New Findings Published in Nutrition, Metabolism & Cardiovascular Diseases

New Study Shows the Fatty Acids in Tree Nuts May Help Reduce the Risk of Coronary Heart Disease in People with Type 2 Diabetes: New Findings Published in Nutrition, Metabolism & Cardiovascular Diseases

DAVIS, CA, June 23, 2014 – Findings from a new study published in Nutrition, Metabolism & Cardiovascular Diseases show that

Tree Nuts are Associated with Lower Risks of Metabolic Syndrome and Obesity in the Adventist Health Study-2:New Findings on Tree Nuts, Metabolic Syndrome and Obesity in PlosOne

Tree Nuts are Associated with Lower Risks of Metabolic Syndrome and Obesity in the Adventist Health Study-2:New Findings on Tree Nuts, Metabolic Syndrome and Obesity in PlosOne

DAVIS, CA, January 8, 2014 – A new study, published today in the online journal PLOS ONE, looks at the association between tree nuts

Tree Nut Consumption Associated with Reduced Total and Cause-Specific Mortality: Largest Study to Date on Nut Consumption and Mortality in New England Journal of Medicine

Tree Nut Consumption Associated with Reduced Total and Cause-Specific Mortality: Largest Study to Date on Nut Consumption and Mortality in New England Journal of Medicine

Davis, CA, November 20, 2013 – In a study published today in the New England Journal of Medicine, researchers looked at the association of nut consumption with

Tree Nut Consumption Associated with Reduced Risk of Pancreatic Cancer in Women: First Prospective Study to Date on Nut Consumption and Pancreatic Cancer in the British Journal of Cancer

Tree Nut Consumption Associated with Reduced Risk of Pancreatic Cancer in Women: First Prospective Study to Date on Nut Consumption and Pancreatic Cancer in the British Journal of Cancer

Davis, CA, November 6, 2013 – In a large prospective study published online in the British Journal of Cancer, researchers looked at the association

Out-of-Hand Tree Nut Consumption Associated with Better Diet Quality in Children and Adults: New Findings on Nut Consumption and Health Published in Nutrition Research

Out-of-Hand Tree Nut Consumption Associated with Better Diet Quality in Children and Adults: New Findings on Nut Consumption and Health Published in Nutrition Research

Davis, CA, April 9, 2012 – In a study published in Nutrition Research, researchers looked at the association of out-of-hand nut (OOHN) consumption with nutrient intake, diet quality

Media Coverage

Nutrition: Study Finds Eating Nuts Helps Cholesterol

By Roni Caryn Rabin, May 17, 2010 Eating about two and a half airplane snacks’ worth of nuts every day helps lower total cholesterol and “bad” LDL cholesterol, and improves the ratio of total cholesterol to “good” HDL cholesterol, a study reports. Researchers pooled the results of 25 clinical trials that involved 583 participants over all....

For Nut Benefits, More Is Better

By Jennifer Corbett Dooren, May 11, 2010 More research backing up the cholesterol-lowering benefits of eating nuts indicates that for most people, consuming two handfuls of nuts a day appears to work better than one. The findings apply to tree nuts such as walnuts, almonds, pistachios, macadamias, hazelnuts and peanuts. Although peanuts actually belong to the...

Daily Helping of Nuts May Help Fight Heart Disease, New Study Finds

By Bill Hendrick May 20, 2010 Eating nuts on a daily basis improves blood cholesterol levels and reduces the risk of coronary heart disease, a new study says. Joan Sabaté, MD, DrPH, and colleagues from Loma Linda University in California, pooled data from 25 studies on nut consumption in seven countries, looking at 583 men and...

Eating nuts can lower cholesterol, say experts

BBC 20, 2010 Eating nuts may help lower cholesterol levels, US research suggests.* The review of 25 studies, involving nearly 600 people, showed eating on average 67g of nuts - a small bag - a day reduced cholesterol levels by 7.4%. The US Loma Linda University team believes nuts may help prevent the absorption of cholesterol. UK experts...

Quick Study: Eating nuts may lower cholesterol

May 25, 2010 More nuts may lead to lower cholesterol THE QUESTION Should people looking for nonmedicinal ways to lower their cholesterol consider eating more nuts? THIS STUDY compiled and analyzed data from 25 studies, involving 583 people who were assigned to eat or not eat nuts. They ate various types of nuts, but mostly almonds...

Top Ten Snack Trends 2010

The Food Channel presents its Top Ten Snack Trends of the Year. The list is based on research conducted by The Food Channel in conjunction with CultureWaves®, the International Food Futurists, and Mintel International. Here are the trends we see shaping how we snack.

Go Nuts!

Munch On for Wholesome Goodness There must be solid reasons for health practitioners and nutritionists to emphasise on the goodness of nuts even though they are notoriously high in fat. The reason is simple. Nuts have the potential to promote great health among those who consume them regularly.