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(originally posted under Juglans — Jay L09 (talk) Stumbled upon this article: A Walnut Diet Improves Endothelial Function in Hypercholesterolemic Subjects. A Randomized Crossover Trial (PMID 15037535). If the information is true, it would be good to include the health claims of walnut consumption in the article.--CopperKettle 02:45, P.S. A quote from the article: Nuts are fatty foods rich in unsaturated fatty acids.1 Epidemiological studies have shown that frequent nut consumption decreases the risk of coronary artery disease (CAD), with adjusted relative risk reductions approaching 50% for nut intakes of >4 to 5 servings per week compared with little or no intake.2–4 Feeding trials have demonstrated that healthy diets enriched with a variety of nuts consistently reduce total and LDL cholesterol by 5% to 15%.1,4–8 The lipid effects of nut intake only explain in part the CAD risk reduction observed in prospective studies, suggesting that nuts might have antiatherosclerotic effects beyond cholesterol lowering.
Besides having a favorable fatty acid profile, nuts are a rich source of bioactive compounds with potential benefit on CAD risk such as dietary fiber, folic acid, and antioxidants.1 Nuts also contain sizeable amounts of L-arginine, the precursor amino acid of the endogenous vasodilator nitric oxide (NO).9 Walnuts differ from all other nuts by a high content of -linolenic acid (ALA), a vegetable n-3 fatty acid,10 which might confer them additional antiatherogenic properties.11--CopperKettle 02:56, 11
After reading the journal article referenced by CopperKettle, I have cleaned the treatment of this study, as follows:
Replaced unhealthy with saturated fat.
Replaced researcher with researchers in second mention to make the statements parallel.
Replaced 8 with 40 g shelled walnuts to follow the referenced journal article.
Removed the following week. The order of the meals was randomized.
Changed statement about dangerous inflammation and oxidation to deny any changes, in accordance with the referenced journal article. Replaced the apparently claimed effects on the arteries with the concentrations in the blood samples, in accordance with the referenced journal article.
Removed second mention of saturated fat.
Removed helped phraseology which was typical of advertising copy: either there was an effect or there was not; the experimental conditions did not help to produce an effect.
Increased detail in discussion of arterial flexibility discussion.
Added professional connection between the lead researcher and the walnut industry.
Changed said to speculated that to more accurately reflect the following content.
Removed plant-based as unnecessary.
This entire section seems to deal with English walnuts (Juglans regia). I have moved the section on health benefits from the Juglans page to the Juglans regia......