Did you know that walnuts contain the highest level of antioxidants? A research made by the University of Pennsylvania has shown that walnuts are rich in antioxidants that help your organism fight against free radicals that can damage cells and cause many diseases.
Nuts such as peanuts, hazelnuts and pistachios are rich in healthy fat acids, vitamins and proteins.
“We recommend you eating 7 walnuts a day”, explains Joe Winson, a scientist from the University of Pennsylvania.
Other researches have shown that eating walnuts can slow down aging, protect your heart from many diseases and protect your organism from cancer.
Walnuts are definitely a superfood and they’re one of the healthiest foods we need to consume.
Walnuts are also rich in fibers, proteins, vitamins and minerals and regularly eating walnuts can reduce your chances of getting type 2 diabetes.
Walnuts contain huge amounts of oils (55-65%), proteins (15%), carbohydrates, potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron and vitamin B and C.
Many people refuse to eat walnuts because they think that walnuts make them gain weight. Truth is walnuts contain healthy fats that can help you lose weight and clear your blood vessels.
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