Last year, revenue earned within the anti-aging market reached around $324.6 billion and that figure is expected to be $429 billion by 2022.  No doubt, living longer (and healthier) is fast becoming a top priority to more and more people.

Unfortunately, late night T.V. ads market ‘magic potions’ and drug companies want everyone to believe that the only way to protect their health is with the consumption of pharmaceutical drugs.  But, thankfully, we don’t think most of our readers really believe all of that.

Let’s face it, what I’m about to say is never said enough for obvious reasons.  Living longer (and better) does not require an extra dose of toxic medications or complicated strategies. 

The truest formula for success involves: good (chemical free) food; high quality nutritional supplements - like what we offer inside the NaturalHealth365 Store to address nutritional deficiencies; a regular exercise routine; healthy relationships and an overall positive attitude on life – no matter what the circumstances may be.

Let’s look at just one (simple) example about how good food can protect your health.

Going nuts can LOWER your risk of cardiovascular disease


Obviously, heart disease remains a top killer throughout the Western world.  And, for good reason - especially when you consider the abundance of toxic (processed) food available today.

But, to make matter worse, Western medicine continues to stay on its narrow-minded (ineffective) approach of drugs and surgery.  They rarely (if ever) recognize the importance of changing dietary habits to reverse disease symptoms.

Fortunately, there are a growing number of physicians who understand the true healing power of foods like nuts and seeds to lower the risk of cardiovascular disease.  And, in case you’re wondering which doctors are leading the way, just look up the work of Drs. Caldwell Esselstyn, Dean Ornish and Neal Barnard.

Now, back to our focus today about ‘going nuts’ to protect the heart.

In a recent study that was published in the American College of Cardiology journal, a group of 210,000 subjects had their health conditions, lifestyle, and medical history monitored every two years for a period of 32 years.

This is perhaps the biggest study of its kind to date that takes an in-depth look at the link between cardiovascular ailments and the frequency of nut consumption.

Study results prove that eating nuts is a heart healthy habit


There was a 20% lesser risk of suffering coronary heart disease and a 14% lesser risk of getting cardiovascular diseases in participants who took at least five servings of nuts weekly.  There was also a similar result in people who ate walnuts.

The fact of the matter is that small amounts of nuts or seeds can offer many health benefits due to its healthy fat content and nutritional profile.

In short, the risk of coronary heart disease and cardiovascular disease drastically reduced in regular tree nuts eaters compared to people that are not fond of nuts.

Can eating nuts help people with type 2 diabetes?


The short answer is YES!  To learn more about how eating tree nuts can help to prevent heart disease and diabetes - click here to view an in-depth article at our main web site, NaturalHealth365.com

As you know, being overweight comes with a lot of health risks and one of the most known is insulin resistance that in the end results in type 2 diabetes.  And, make no mistake about it, type 2 diabetes is a major cause of premature death.

How bad is the problem?  View a full report, by the U.S. CDC, talking about how diabetes is a major reason for some many other health problems.

Bottom line: eating nuts – rich in vitamin, mineral and fiber content – is an intelligent addition to your healthy lifestyle routine.  Enjoy!

Sources for this article include:

Mordorintelligence.com
ScienceDirect.com
Academic.oup.com
NutritionData.self.com
CDC.gov