You know what kills most diabetics?
It’s not diabetes… it’s heart disease.
When you’re blood sugar is out of control, it’s like a constant assault on your heart and blood vessels.
And that’s what gets most diabetics in the end.
But it doesn’t have to get YOU… or the people you love.
Because research has found that a simple snack could hold the key to protecting diabetics’ hearts.
Are you ready? It’s tree nuts!
Yes, it’s just that easy.
A recent study looked at the impact of tree nuts on diabetes patients…and it turns out that those who ate the most had lower rates of heart disease and were less likely to kick the bucket.
(And by “tree nuts,” I mean Brazil nuts, walnuts, hazelnuts, and pistachios.)
Nuts are nutritional powerhouses, chock full of fiber, monounsaturated fats, and proteins.
Just as important, they reduce inflammation and are low in carbs that can lead to insulin resistance, type 2 diabetes, and blood sugar spikes.
Another great thing about tree nuts is that they reduce your bad cholesterol while improving your good cholesterol.
Your doc will be tickled pink about that.
Nuts are fantastic for your overall health and wellbeing.
Now, of course, lots of people stay away from nuts because they’re high in calories.
Well, here’s the good news… Nobody is suggesting you eat them out of a bucket or a dog bowl.
You actually don’t need to eat that many tree nuts to get a benefit.
About a handful a day does the trick.