Nuts

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Nuts are beneficial for the treatment of prevention of hyperlipidemia for two very important reasons. Nuts like pistachios, almonds and walnuts all possess high levels of omega-3 fatty acids, which can help to balance cholesterol levels and promote better heart health. Furthermore, these nuts also contain good amounts of dietary fiber, which can optimize the digestive system and guarantee that our nutrient uptake is normalized, thus preventing diabetes. Hyperlipidemia is commonly linked to diabetes due to the poor diet and a sedentary lifestyle that often accompanies high cholesterol levels.

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