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Do you know a handful of nuts can give you 25% of your daily needs of magnesium and manganese? Walnuts are packed with omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. Pistachios can work in lowering your blood pressure. Pecans and pumpkin seeds are equally healthy. Snack on a bowl of these nuts or add them to your salad to increase your nutrient intake.
Walnuts are rich in omega 3 fats, phytosterols, polyphenols, carotenoids, and melatonin – all of which help reduce oxidative stress and retard tumor growth both in terms of size and number. They influence gut microflora, precluding colon cancer. They also prevent prostate and breast cancers. Brain booster, anti-inflammatory agent, cholesterol fighter, and now anti-carcinogen – more reason why you should eat this super-nut.
During this time of the year everyone is thinking about the affairs of the heart. Everyone talks about and gives advice on how to...
Walnuts contain essential vitamins, minerals, unsaturated fatty acids, and other nutrients. They are very easy to store and pack, making it a healthy snacks...
Walnuts promote brain, bone and skin health. They are high in protein, vitamin B6, omega 3 fatty acids, trace minerals, folate, thiamin, lecithin and oils. They decrease cholesterol levels. They strengthen hair follicles, avoid hair loss and act as a natural anti-dandruff agent. They prevent breast and prostate cancer. They improve sleep and act as an immunity booster.
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