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Eating nuts can improve heart health and reduce the risk of dying prematurely from heart disease but its benefits cancel out if you do not consume it as advised.

People who are at risk of having a heart attack can reduce it by following a healthy diet that includes nuts, says the Mayo Clinic.

Some nuts have more heart-healthy nutrients than others. However, most contain at least some heart-healthy unsaturated fats, omega-3 fatty acids, fiber, vitamin E, plant sterols, and L-arginine.

Research suggests that eating nuts can:

Reduce the levels of low-density lipoproteins that can contribute to plaque build-up in the arteries.

Improve the health of the lining of the arteries.

Reduce the levels of inflammation related to heart disease.

Reduce the risk of developing blood clots that can lead to a heart attack and death.

One drawback to nuts is that they’re high in calories, so it’s important to limit portions.

And keep in mind that you could cancel out the heart-healthy benefits of nuts if they’re covered with chocolate, sugar or salt.

But choosing nuts instead of a less-healthy snack may help you stick to a heart-healthy diet.

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