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Nuts are integral parts of a healthy diet, and some of the simplest components to add, and yet many people ignore them or are unaware of their clear benefits. Nuts possess high concentrations of polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats, the kind that we want in our system, as they can balance cholesterol levels and reduce inflammation throughout the body. Studies have directly linked an increase in nuts and omega-3 fatty acids with a decrease in belly fat and adipose fat deposition. Nuts are also full of fiber and other minerals that can further boost the efficiency of the metabolism and burn fat faster. Protection Status
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