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Walnuts

One nut that's incredibly beneficial for your health that very often gets passed up for almonds or peanuts are walnuts.  More and more people should start making an effort to include this nut in their diet plan because it really does have a lot to offer you.

Let's take a quick look at what you'll get from including walnuts into your diet.

High In Omega-3 Fatty Acids

Getting enough essential fatty acids into your day is one of the most important things that you can be doing and walnuts are going to help out largely in this regard.  Omega-3 essential fats are vital for helping to promote better cognitive function, improving your cardiovascular health, as well as reducing any inflammation present in the body. 

Promote A Good Sleep

In order to promote good health, it's vital that you're making sure to get a good night's rest each and every night.  If you often struggle with falling asleep or staying asleep, walnuts can help. Adequate sleep is essential to good health.

Walnuts are one of the few foods that contain a bio-available form of melatonin, which is a hormone produced in the body that helps to regulate the sleep-wake cycle.

By having just a few handfuls of walnuts each week, you can start sleeping more soundly while also encouraging deeper levels of sleep as well.

High In Antioxidants

Walnuts are also a very good source of antioxidants in the body, which are going to help protect you against free radical damage that you encounter daily.  This can go a long way towards reducing your risk of heart disease so if that's a concern of yours, add some walnuts to your next salad or sprinkled over top of salmon or your steak.

So be sure that you don't overlook the benefits of walnuts any longer.  While all nuts will provide health benefits, walnuts really stand-out nutritionally speaking.

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