Walnuts are well known for enhancing brain function and consisting of numerous nutrients such as antioxidants, Vitamin E, and Omega-3 fats. Walnuts can be enjoyed in many ways such as shakes to baked goods.
The combination of healthy fats, protein, and fiber in walnuts helps to increase satisfaction and fullness. This makes them more healthful as a snack, compared with chips, crackers, and other simple carbohydrate foods.
Various types, sizes, treatments and packaging is available.
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Walnuts are an excellent source of antioxidants that can help fight oxidative damage in your body, including damage due to “bad” LDL cholesterol, which promotes atherosclerosis.
Walnuts are a good source of the plant form of omega-3 fat, which may help reduce heart disease risk.
A daily 1.5-ounce (43-gram) serving of walnuts may help lower harmful cholesterol and triglyceride levels, which contribute to heart disease risk.
Walnuts have a high-fat content, and they are prone to becoming rancid. Rancid nuts are not unsafe but have a sharp flavor that people may find unpleasant.
Keeping walnuts in their shells in a cool, dark, and dry place can improve their shelf life.
It is recommended to store walnuts in air tight containers away from Sun-light and heat source. You can store walnuts for about one year in refrigeration/freezer.
Walnuts can be consumed raw in their natural state.
They can be crushed to be used as topping in salad or mixed into baked goods.
It makes a great addition to home made granola bars, mixed nuts and other delicacies.
Walnuts are dense in calories, and people are advised to consume them in moderation to reduce this risk.
A high consumption of walnuts has also been linked to diarrhea.
This issue arises mainly when an individual consumes large quantity of walnuts in a single serving. The high oil and fiber content can lead to this type of sensitivity in people with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
People who are allergic to nuts should not eat walnuts. If the person develops a rash or hives or difficulty breathing after eating walnuts, medical attention should be sought.
Walnuts can be a healthful addition to the diet. A diet that is balanced overall and followed alongside an exercise regime is best for health.