Adding nuts to a diet doesn't promote weight gain, review finds

04/28/2013 | Reuters

People who added nuts to their diet or replaced other foods with nuts lost about 1.4 pounds more than those who did not include them, according to a review of data in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. The Spanish researchers said the effect of eating nuts was modest but the data "allay the fear that nut consumption may promote obesity."

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