USA: New Research Cites Pecans as a Concentrated Source of Cholesterol-Lowering Plant Sterols
For the second time this year, there's even more good news about pecans. Plant sterols, widely researched and touted for their cholesterol-lowering ability, are found naturally in pecans in concentrated amounts, say University of Georgia (UGA) food science researchers. Their scientific findings were presented at the June Institute of Food Technologists' (IFT) annual meeting in Dallas.
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