Quickly Slim body – From the investigate, has revealed that eating a handful of nuts every day can help curb hunger, and even reduce stout deposits in the abdomen. It is claimed to be the first findings revealed that consumption of peanuts can affect levels of serotonin, a hormone that can reduce appetite and increase happiness and sensitivity health. For the purposes of this magical effect, Researchers from the University of Barcelona stated that you only need to consume about 30 grams of raw walnuts, almonds or hazelnuts every day. The findings, published in the Journal of Proteome Investigate is expected to be beneficial for patients with metabolic syndrome (mets) are characterized by abdominal stout, high blood sugar, and high blood pressure (hypertension).
The team, led by Andris-Lacueva Cristina worked with Human Nutrition Unit Rovira i Virgili University says, “Increased excretion of metabolites of serotonin for the first time linked with the consumption of peanuts.” Changes in diet with regular consumption of nuts contain healthy fats and antioxidants believed to help patients cope with the problem of overweight, reducing risk of type two diabetes, and sensitivity disease.
During this study, the scientists caught up 22 volunteers who suffer from metabolic syndrome. They were fed a fortified peanut for 12 weeks and another group of 20 volunteers also conduct regular diet but not peanuts. After that, the researchers then do the checker urine of patients. The result, volunteers who ate 30 grams of nuts a day have high levels of serotonin. About 90 percent of serotonin is located in the gut, while the remainder is found in the central nervous system that regulates mood and appetite.
British Journal of Nutrition published a study in the United States Department of Agriculture who also found that pistachios (peanuts) can help you lose weight and increase cardiovascular health. Lead researcher, David Baer said, “Pistachios provide a variety of health benefits, including weight management and sensitivity health.”
Originally posted 2016-10-19 09:24:11.