This Nut Can Help To Improve Your Gut Health
There are many people with gut-related health disorders. Functional gastrointestinal disorders affect about 40% of individuals, according to HCPLive.
It could be heartburn, acid reflux, bloating, or IBS. Chronic digestive illnesses are the leading cause of hospitalization in the US, affecting 20 million people,
Not to mention the time off work and pain management. Fortunately, a new study discovered that consuming a few almonds daily helps
This King's College London study, published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, featured 87 adults whose diets lacked fiber but included harmful treats like chocolate and chips.
After dividing participants into three groups, researchers encouraged one group to give up their usual snacks and eat 56 grams of whole almonds daily
for four weeks. Second-group snacks were the same amount of almonds. Instead of whole nuts, they were ground.
Researchers showed that participants who switched to a daily almond snack of either kind had more butyrate than muffin eaters after a month.
The gut bacteria produce short-chain fatty acids like butyrate, which affect human health. In a press statement, main author Professor Kevin
Whelan, head of King's College London's Department of Nutritional Sciences, stated these chemicals energize colon cells, regulate gut
nutrition absorption, and balance the immune system. "We believe these findings suggest almond consumption may improve bacterial metabolism
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