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Walnuts are a rich source of Omega-3 fat (think salmon and other "oily" fish) and alpha-linoleic acid (helps lower cholesterol), and as part of the Mediterranean diet have already proven to help promote healthy arteries and hearts. Consuming walnuts after a high-fat meal has been shown to improve artery function.

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