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World Heart Day 2022: Why walnuts may be the top nut for a healthy heart

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World Heart Day 2022: Why walnuts may be the top nut for a healthy heart

In 2016, according to the WHO, India reported 63 percent of total deaths due to non-communicable diseases, and 27 percent were attributed to cardiovascular disease (CVD). Of those, heart attack and stroke are two of the most common causes of death in our country. Now those are pretty scary numbers, and they are only growing by the year.

You can blame our fast-paced lifestyle or our family’s medical history for the complaints of high cholesterol, but both you and I run the danger of developing heart disease. Fortunately, a number of factors enable us to reduce our risk of CVD and pursue a heart-healthy lifestyle. Let’s explore how on this World Heart Day in detail:

How California walnuts may benefit the health of your heart?

A handful of California walnuts, together with a balanced, nutrient-rich diet and regular exercise, is a crucial step, according to study. This merits a place on your plate because it may help lessen your chance of developing heart disease.

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These miracle nuts include polyunsaturated fats, also known as “good fats,” and ALA (alpha-linolenic acid), which may lower blood pressure and lower cholesterol levels, two key risk factors for heart disease. These nutritional giants are also known to aid in reducing inflammation and enhancing blood vessel health. A new scientific study published in Advances in Nutrition also contends that a heart-healthy diet should include foods high in plant-based omega-3 ALA, such as walnuts.

Walnuts give the right crunch for anytime snacks to poha, upma, or kachumbar.

Walnuts are an excellent addition to a low-calorie diet, and including them into your morning smoothie is another fantastic option.

Each of us has a right to decide what is best for us. And you need the correct information to make such selections. It’s time to go bananas for walnuts now that you’ve read about their health advantages!

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1FDA authorised claim: Some evidence suggests that consuming 1.5 ounces of walnuts daily as part of a diet reduced in saturated fat and cholesterol, without increasing calorie consumption, may lower the risk of coronary heart disease. However, this evidence is not conclusive. FDA in the United States, March 2004. 18g of total fat, 2.5g of monounsaturated fat, 13g of polyunsaturated fat, and 2.5g of alpha-linolenic acid, a plant-based omega-3, are included in one ounce of walnuts.

Walnuts lower risk of cardiovascular disease: an overview of effectiveness and biological processes, 2Kris-Etherton P. 2014; 10: 39:2S-8S in J Nutr.3 .

A low-saturated-fat, low-cholesterol diet that includes 1.5 ounces of walnuts per day, without increasing calorie consumption, may reduce the risk of coronary heart disease, according to some but not all supporting evidence. (FDA) Walnuts contain 18 grammes of total fat per ounce, 2.5 grammes of monounsaturated fat, 13 grammes of polyunsaturated fat, and 2.5 grammes of alpha-linolenic acid, a plant-based omega-3.

Impact of alpha-linolenic acid, the vegetarian omega-3 fatty acid, on cardiovascular disease and cognition. Sala-Vila A, Fleming J, Kris-Etherton P, Ros E. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/advances/nmac016 Advances in Nutrition

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Cannes 2024: All We Imagine As Light by Payal Kapadia creates history and receives an eight-minute standing ovation

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Cannes 2024: All We Imagine As Light by Payal Kapadia creates history and receives an eight-minute standing ovation

At its world premiere on Thursday at the film festival, Payal Kapadia’s All We Imagine As Light—the first Indian film in the Cannes competition in thirty years—made quite a stir and impressed viewers around the globe.

The film received one of the longest standing ovations of this year’s film festival, lasting eight minutes, after its premiere.

All We Imagine As Light dominating critics
The picture scripted history at the festival and puts Payal in the running for the coveted Palme d’Or. In addition to being the first Indian production in the competition in thirty years, Deadline claims that Payal is the first female Indian director to have a film screened in the Cannes competition.

“India produces a great deal of excellent films. Not only does each state have its own film industry, led by incredibly talented directors, but not only Bollywood. Payal expressed her excitement and happiness that her picture was chosen to Deadline. “I hope that after this we won’t have to wait another 30 years,” she said. We weren’t prepared for it, and it’s an honour because there are so many directors in the category who I find truly inspiring.

This year, Payal faces off against Jacques Audiard, Yorgos Lanthimos, Paul Schrader, David Cronenberg, and Jia Zhangke.

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Dancing their path to success
The movie’s cast and crew were beaming on the red carpet prior to leaving for the premiere.

On the Palais stairs, the entire team exuded joy and even danced their way up to the theatre. On the red carpet, the cast was all smiles, making a lot of funny poses and grabbing everyone’s attention.

Kani Kusruti, Divya Prabha, Chhaya Kadam, and Hridhu Haroon are among the actors in the movie.

Payal feels honoured that she has the opportunity to create history at the film festival and demonstrate to the world that Indian cinema is much more diverse than Bollywood.

preliminary evaluations
After the screening, the movie is receiving excellent reviews. According to Sophie Monk-Kaufman of IndieWire, “This casual everyday vignette is brimming with a sensuality (the rain, the clothes, the food, the women) that people don’t tend to notice when caught up in the rhythm of life,” the film is “gorgeous and absorbing,” according to one review. Realising just how complete these moments are requires a snapshot taken by an outside photographer.

Variety referred to it as a “glowing portrait of urban connection and unexpected sisterhood,” while The Guardian described it as a “dreamlike and gentle modern Mumbai tale that is a triumph.”

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A nurse named Prabha (played by Kani Kusruti) receives an unexpected present from her long-estranged husband in the Indo-French film All We Imagine As Light. Meanwhile, Anu, her flatmate and younger companion (played by Divya Prabha), is searching for a peaceful place to spend time with her partner. At that point, the two women make the decision to drive to a beach resort where they can freely pursue their aspirations.

Payal makes her feature debut in the movie. A Night of Knowing Nothing, the documentary she did before, won the Golden Eye prize at the Cannes film festival a few years ago.

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