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Supergroup NUTS

Nuts are little wonders – they’re loaded with minerals, phytochemicals and essential fats that keep the heart healthy and help to prevent bowel cancer, gallstones and type 2 diabetes. What’s more, eating them regularly may help with weight management and ‘cleaning up your diet’. New research shows they may also slow down the ageing process

THE HEALTH BENEFITS

BODY CLOCK UNWINDERS

It may sound too good to be true, but early research suggests that eating nuts helps to slow down the shortening of telomeres, which protect our cells’ chromosomes. After studying the DNA of more than 5,000 adults, scientists found those who consumed 5% of their calories from nuts and seeds had more than 18 months of reduced cell ageing.

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