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Walnuts: Health Benefits and Nutritional Value

  1. In fact, it is the types of fats in walnuts that make them special when it comes to cardiovascular health, that is, cardiovascular health. Walnuts are high in polyunsaturated fatty acids, which are healthier than saturated fats. Additionally, walnuts contain alpha linolenic and linoleic acids, which have anti-inflammatory effects that keep blood vessels healthy, in addition to beneficial effects on blood lipids. Nuts are different from each other. Many nuts (such as almonds and cashews) are rich in monounsaturated fats, along with polyunsaturated fats. These are healthier fats than saturated and trans fats, but the specific combination of fats and polyunsaturated fatty acids in walnuts can be particularly good for cardiovascular health.

Nutritional value of walnuts

  1. Like all nuts, walnuts contain good fats, such as monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats (PUFAs), but they are also a valuable vegetarian source of the essential fatty acid omega-3. They also contain iron, selenium, calcium, zinc, vitamin E and some B vitamins

History of the walnut

  1. Walnuts belong to the nut tree family, along with Brazil nuts, cashews, hazelnuts, macadamia nuts, pecans, pine nuts and pistachios

Allergy to walnuts

  1. Some people are allergic to walnuts. Food allergies arise when the body's immune system mistakenly attacks and treats proteins in food as a threat. It releases a number of chemicals, which in turn lead to severe allergic reactions. Just like with peanuts


  1. No food in your diet can make you healthy. It's your overall diet that matters most. A healthy diet, regular exercise, avoiding obesity and non-smoking are good starting points. And even with a healthy lifestyle, some people may require medications or other treatments to reduce their risk of cardiovascular and other diseases.

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