Why Walnut Is So Healthy and So Good!
A versatile source of nutritious food is walnuts, which are packed with protein, vitamins, antioxidants and minerals.
And when it comes to plant-dependent omega-3 fatty acids one nut stands alone, the English walnuts.
Walnuts Health Benefits
Walnuts contain 2.5 grams of this essential fatty acid, almost three times that of all the other tree nuts.
Munching on a one-ounce walnut serving, around 14 halves or 1⁄4 cup of shelled parts, is all it takes to meet the body’s daily omega 3 requirements.
Do you want to prevent heart disease, cancer management, weight control, and joint health? Then, eat some walnuts!
The walnut is the only nut that produces the melatonin hormone; consider rummaging on a handful as a natural sleep remedy before bedtime.
So get this for those couples hoping to get pregnant: Recent research have shown that walnuts dramatically boost male fertility when eaten regularly.
Incorporating those healthy nuts into your diet is fast. A sprinkle of walnuts on a salad adds a gluten-free crunch; toast to bring out their rich flavour before you eat.
Add a cupful to your favourite recipe for muffins, make a great walnut-ty yoghurt or grind it to use as a chicken or fish batter.
The oldest nut known to man, walnut’s curly meat was once reserved for royalty and luckily we can all enjoy today’s nutritious benefits of this flavourful nut.
That’s Why Walnut Is So Healthy
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