The benefits of walnuts:
Improving memory. Nuts contain essential omega-3 and 6 fatty acids that help improve memory and cognitive function.
Preventing depression. Studies have shown that low levels of omega-3s can damage your alertness and vitality. Because walnuts are high in omega-3s, they help prevent depression.
Improving motor function. Omega-3 fatty acids that work wonders for the brain, including improving motor function.
Prevention of heart disease. Studies in the United States, Australia, New Zealand, Spain, and Israel have concluded that two to three servings of walnuts a day lowers cholesterol enough to lower the risk of coronary heart disease.
Improving "masculinity". A handful of walnuts eaten every day increases sperm vitality and motility.
Support for skin beauty. Eating walnuts helps your skin look younger - healthier and more elastic. Thanks to vitamin E. By the way, walnut oil is a valuable cosmetic product for reducing dry skin.
Walnuts are a source of biotin (vitamin B7) to help keep hair and nails healthy and prevent hair loss and brittle nails. Vitamin E gives hair and nails a healthy shine.
Help with weight management. Walnuts are high in fiber, protein and fat, which can help you feel fuller for longer.
An extra boost of energy. Walnuts contain a lot of B vitamins (B1 - 0.39 mg, B5 - 0.82 mg, B6 - 0.8 mg, etc.). They are capable of increasing the amount of energy in the body. This is definitely in line with the weight management factor. When you are full of energy, you are more likely to start moving actively and burn calories! Try eating walnuts with natural yogurt regularly as an afternoon snack or as a pre-workout snack.