New Delhi, Aug 28 (ANI): A new study has found that a pecan-enriched diet can improve a person's cholesterol levels. The addition of pecans to the diet not only produced a greater and more consistent reduction in total cholesterol but may also be a more sustainable approach for long-term health. Whether people added them or substituted other foods in the diet for them; we still saw improvements and pretty similar responses in total cholesterol and LDL cholesterol in particular. Researchers pointed to the known bioactive properties of pecans for possible mechanisms driving the improvements. Pecans are high in healthy fatty acids and fibre, both of which have been linked to lower cholesterol.
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