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Benefits of eating prunes

People have long turned to prunes as a natural remedy for constipation, but recent research has revealed that dried plums might offer another benefit: strengthening bones.

In a recent 12-month study, postmenopausal women who ate about 5-12 prunes daily had lower markers of inflammation related to osteoporosis than those who ate no prunes.

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Other research has revealed that eating more prunes may improve heart health measures. A study presented at the American Society of Nutrition’s 2023 annual meeting linked long-term prune consumption among men with better HDL (“good” cholesterol) and Total Cholesterol, as well as lower oxidative stress and decreased levels of the inflammatory biomarker C-reactive protein mental outlook!

– Terry Delamater is the owner of Sculpt365 Health Clubs and a retired Pharmacist.