Almond Consumption May Improve Lipid Profiles and Body Composition in Healthy Young Adults

Almond (Prunus dulcis, Rosaceae) intake has been associated with epidemiological studies and meta-analyses of clinical trials with possible health benefits including possible reduction in the risk of cardiovascular diseases. Studies suggest oleic acid, phenolic acids, phytosterols, and phytochemicals in almonds contribute to their cardioprotective qualities. These authors reported on the extension of a randomized, controlled … Continue reading Almond Consumption May Improve Lipid Profiles and Body Composition in Healthy Young Adults