How to live longer – best snack to prevent diabetes and an early death

How to live longer – best snack to prevent diabetes and an early death

Eating a healthy, balanced diet – including at least five portions of fruit and vegetables a day – could lower your risk of an early death, according to the NHS. But, you could also boost your life expectancy by regularly eating nuts, it’s been claimed.

Doing regular exercise can help to boost your lifespan. It’s the “miracle cure” we’ve all been waiting for, said the NHS.

Making some small diet or lifestyle changes could help to increase your life expectancy and avoid an early death.

One of the easiest ways to lower your chances of an early death is to add nuts to your daily routine.

They’re part of a nutrition ‘supergroup’ that could help to boost your lifespan, according to dietitian Juliette Kellow and nutritionist Dr Sarah Brewer.

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Nuts contain a number of vitamins, minerals and phytochemicals that could help to protect against some cancers, they said.

You could also lower your chances of dying from diabetes by 39 percent by simply eating a handful of nuts every day, they added.

They can protect against a number of other medical conditions, including kidney disease, infectious diseases and respiratory diseases.

The best nuts available that could boost longevity include almonds, peanuts, pistachios, walnuts, Brazil nuts, and cashew nuts.


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“Nuts are little wonders, loaded with minerals, phytochemicals, and essential fats that keep the heart healthy, as well as helping to prevent bowel cancer, gallstones and type 2 diabetes,” they said in their book ‘Eat Better Live Longer – Understand What Your Body Needs To Stay Healthy’.

“In addition, eating them regularly may help with weight management, and ‘cleaning up your diet’.

“Nuts vary in the vitamins, minerals and phytochemicals they contain, so enjoy eating a selection to gain the maximum health-promoting nutrients.

“Eat one 28g serving of nuts a day. Always choose unflavoured, plain nuts, as flavoured nuts contain seasonings, salt, honey, and/or salt.”

Published at Mon, 18 May 2020 12:31:00 +0000