Every day a handful of hazelnuts protects you from Alzheimer's - Sky News

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According to the study, which included 32 people with an average age of 55, eating a handful of hazelnuts a day would help fight Alzheimer's and keep it away from humans.

Nuts are known to help fight heart disease and diabetes, according to the British "The Sun" newspaper.

A laboratory analysis of the blood samples of the study members, after eating two hazelnuts for 16 weeks, revealed an increase in the concentration of magnesium in the blood and vitamin C in the body, compared to a decrease in glucose levels and low level of harmful cholesterol in the body.

"The whole thing is that hazelnuts are good for humans," said Marit Trapper, a professor at Oregon State University. "Because many people do not like taking supplements like multivitamins, nuts are the perfect alternative, but they're a normal diet."

The importance of the school is that older people do not usually eat proper health food, or at least enough healthy food ingredients, knowing that this is the first time that they focus on this age range.

The study was published in the Nutrition journal and the study was funded in part by the Nutcracker from Oregon.

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According to the study, which included 32 people with an average age of 55, eating a handful of hazelnuts a day would help fight Alzheimer's and keep it away from humans.

Nuts are known to help fight heart disease and diabetes, according to the British "The Sun" newspaper.

A laboratory analysis of the blood samples of the study members, after eating two hazelnuts for 16 weeks, revealed an increase in the concentration of magnesium in the blood and vitamin C in the body, compared to a decrease in glucose levels and low level of harmful cholesterol in the body.

"The whole thing is that hazelnuts are good for humans," said Marit Trapper, a professor at Oregon State University. "Because many people do not like taking supplements like multivitamins, nuts are the perfect alternative, but they're a normal diet."

The importance of the school is that older people do not usually eat proper health food, or at least enough healthy food ingredients, knowing that this is the first time that they focus on this age range.

The study was published in the Nutrition journal and the study was funded in part by the Nutcracker from Oregon.

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