Why the Walnut Is Uniquely Different and So Healthy!
Packed with protein, fiber, antioxidants and minerals, tree nuts are a convenient source of healthy nutrition
But when it comes to plant-based omega-3 fatty acids, one nut stands alone, the English walnuts
The Many Health Benefits of Walnuts
Walnuts contain 2.5 grams of this essential fatty acid, almost three times the amount found in any of the other tree nuts.
Munching on a one-ounce serving of walnuts, about 14 halves or ¼ cup of shelled pieces, is all it takes to meet your body’s daily requirement of omega 3.
Do you want to prevent heart disease, fight cancer, control your weight and maintain joint health? Then eat walnuts!
The walnut is the only nut that contains the hormone melatonin; try munching on a handful before bedtime as a natural sleep remedy.
And for those couples trying to get pregnant, get this: Recent studies have shown that walnuts, when consumed daily, significantly improve male fertility.
Easy Ways to Get More Walnuts in Your Life
It’s easy to incorporate these healthful nuts into your diet. A sprinkle of walnuts on a salad adds a gluten-free crunch; toast before you toss to bring out their rich flavor.
Add a cupful to your favorite muffin recipe, make a walnut-ty yogurt parfait or grind them up to use as a breading for chicken or fish.
The oldest nut known to man (it dates back to 7000 B.C.), the curly meat of the walnut was once reserved only for royalty; luckily today we can all enjoy the healthful benefits of this flavorful nut.
This is Why Walnut Is So Healthy
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