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Benefits of Walnuts

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1. Good for the brain

Walnuts contain important phytochemicals, as well as high amounts of polyunsaturated fats that offer potential benefits for both brain health and function. Omega-3 fatty acids play a part by helping reduce oxidative stress in the brain but also by helping to improve brain signalling and neurogenesis, which is how new neurons are formed.

As well as high levels of beneficial fats, other important nutrients such as vitamin E, folate and the protective phytochemical, ellagic acid, are all found in walnuts, and contribute to its neuroprotective and memory enhancing properties.

Discover the 10 foods that can boost your brainpower.Walnuts are known for improving brain function and boosting memory. Apart from this, walnuts carry a long list of lesser-known health benefits as well. Do you know that the way you consume walnuts also decides how beneficial they are? Well, there is a certain way to eat walnuts with which you can gain maximum benefits.Walnuts, the brain-shaped nuts are famous for boosting memory and brain function. They are rich in fibre, vitamins, carbohydrates, protein and iron, which makes them a super healthy addition to our daily diet. When eaten in the right way, walnuts have many health benefits. Today in this article, we will discuss the right way to eat walnuts and the easy way to include them in your daily diet.Not all walnuts are the same. Depending on the variety, they can have a sweeter or more tangy, even bitter taste.

When you start reading a recipe, you may find that the dish you want to prepare, uses walnuts without the skin covering the kernel.These two methods for How to Toast Walnuts are incredibly fast and easy! Plain or coated walnuts are quickly cooked in a skillet or baked in the oven for a simple and crunchy snack. Add these roasted nuts to a variety of recipes for the best flavor and texture.

Walnuts become buttery, golden, and ultra crunchy after toasting them in the oven.


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