Including walnuts in the daily diet does not affect older people’s weight

Effects of Long-Term Walnut Supplementation on Body Weight in Free-Living Elderly:Results of a Randomized Controlled Trial.
Nutrients.

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Diet can be effective, even if the scale does not sense it.

Diet could be effective, although your scale doesn’t perceive it.
Circulation. November, 2017.

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Polyunsaturated fats alter appetite hormones by millennials.

Stevenson JL, Paton CM, Cooper JA. Hunger and satiety responses to high-fat meals after high polyunsaturated fat diet: a randomized trial.
Nutrition. Julio 2017.

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The Mediterranean diet rich in healthy fats, present in walnuts, does not generate weight gain.

Effect of high-fat Mediterranean diet on bodyweight and waist circumference: a prespecified secondary outcomes analysis of the PREDIMED randomised controlled trial.
The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology. Junio 2016.

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A Mediterranean diet enriched with nuts reduces the risk of stroke by 49%

Primary prevention of cardiovascular disease with a Mediterranean diet.
The New England Journal of Medicine. April 2013

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Walnuts help reduce the negative effects of a diet rich in saturated fat

Consumption of walnuts in combination with other whole foods produces physiologic, metabolic, and gene expression changes in obese C57BL/6J high-fat fed male mice.
The Journal of Nutrition. August 2016. 

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A Walnut Diet May Combat Overweight, Obesity in Women

Effects of Diet Composition and Insulin Resistance Status on Plasma Lipid Levels in a Weight Loss Intervention in Women.
Journal of American Heart Association. Febrero 2016.

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A Mediterranean diet supplemented with nuts helps reduce metabolic syndrome

Lifestyle counseling and supplementation with flaxseed or walnuts influence the management of metabolic syndrome 1-4.
The Journal of Nutrition. November 2010

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Comparison between a moderate-fat diet and a low-fat diet for overweight adults.

A randomized controlled trial of a moderate-fat, low-energy diet compared with a low fat, low-energy diet for weight loss in overweight adults.
International Journal of Obesity. October 2001. Volume 25, number 10, pages 1503-1511.

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