WALNUTS SLASH DIABETES RISK FOR WOMEN
Eating walnuts twice a week may cut the risk of type 2 diabetes by almost a quarter. A US study of 140,000 women has
found those who eat a 28-gram bag of walnuts twice a week are 24 per cent less likely to develop the condition. Walnuts are rich in fatty acids, which can help protect
against heart disease and cancer. paid to video games or computers. Nor was the weight gain necessarily linked to the amount of TV viewing but more about the level of focus on what was showing.
Researchers have suggested this could be because of two factors. The first is the amount of TV advertising for fatty, sugary foods. The second is the muchdocumented phenomenon of “distracted eating” – that is chomping away without being aware of how much you have consumed as you get lost in a show.