Study shows Pecan Consumption Improves Cholesterol Levels

In a study sponsored by the Georgia Pecan Commission and published in The Journal of Nutrition, researchers noted:

“At the conclusion of the study, the investigators reported that adults who consumed pecans showed, on average, a 5% decrease in total cholesterol and a 6%-9% decrease in low-density lipoprotein—LDL or the “bad” cholesterol. Their findings were published in one of the latest issues of The Journal of Nutrition.”