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Walnuts may reduce risk of heart disease

Walnuts contain omega-3 fatty acids which may help reduce high cholesterol. A study showed a sevenfold improvement in the functioning of arteries when the subjects were put on an omega-3 rich diet.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by BruneiDirect

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About: Walnuts may reduce risk of heart disease

Date: 16 September 2004

Source: BruneiDirect

URL: http://www.brudirect.com/DailyInfo/News/Archive/Sept04/170904/wn03.htm

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