How do nuts affect the brain? Study  

Nuts' low glycemic index means they don't raise blood sugar.   

They contain high-quality lipids, nutrients like zinc for the immune system, magnesium for muscle function, calcium for bones, and iron for anemia prevention.  

In a study published this month in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, researchers explored what occurs when a combination of nuts is eaten regularly.  

For four months, people received 15 grams (less than 100 calories) of walnuts, pistachios, cashews, and almonds.  

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What's the relationship between nuts and the health of the brain?  

After just four months, researchers identified significant improvements in cerebral blood flow, insulin responsiveness, and cognitive function in nuts recipients.  

On the other hand, there is a good likelihood that you won't even want to consume the entire beverage. 

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