Today’s Solutions: December 03, 2023

Nuts are packed with nutrients that support your well-being, but when it comes to healthy aging, one type of nut outshines the rest: walnuts!

According to a recent four-year-long study, which features data from almost 34,000 women in their late 50s and early 60s, eating just two servings of walnuts a week was linked with a greater chance of being a “healthy ager” compared to a diet lacking walnuts.

Walnuts were recently found to support gut and heart health, too, which may explain some of the numbers seen in this research. And not only are they delicious and versatile, but the fact that they support our health as we age also makes them even better.

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