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Roasted Walnuts (Unsalted)
These English walnut halves and pieces are roasted to perfection. They make a tasty snack for those on salt-free diets. Packed with protein.
2. According to experts, omega-3s are essential for the optimal development and function of every cell in our bodies. While the type of omega-3s found in walnuts, and other plant sources such as flaxseed and dark leafy field greens, are different from the type of omega-3s found in fish, leading researchers say the omega-3s from plants have many similar benefits to those found in fish. Since our bodies cannot produce these vital omega-3s, we have to get them from the foods we eat. Walnuts also contain a host of other nutrients essential to your health, including vitamins, minerals, protein and antioxidants.
3. Including healthy fats in your diet is one of the key messages of the new individualized "MyPyramid Plan" of the USDA. The new symbol and interactive food guidance system incorporate recommendations from the 2005 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, which stress the need for consumers to be more aware of the benefits of polyunsaturated fat in order to achieve a healthy diet. Fish are not the only source of essential fatty acids; nuts and seeds are also rich sources of omega-3.
This recommendation by the USDA reaffirms ones made by other authoritative bodies such as the American Heart Association, the FDA and the National Academies of Science. "It is an important and positive step that the new dietary guidelines recognize the role that healthy fats play in the prevention of cancer and other chronic diseases. As a beneficial alternative to marine sources, walnuts are one of the best sources of alpha-linolenic acid - the plant form of omega-3 fatty acids, which are essential for optimum health," said Ritva Butrum, Ph.D., Senior Science Advisor at the American Institute for Cancer Research.
Walnuts offer the correct balance of essential fats and are one of the most nutrient-dense whole food sources of omega-3 fatty acids. "I am convinced that if people eat the proper diet they will have more reduction in their heart risk than just taking a medication," says Dr. Anderson Morris, cardiovascular surgeon at HealthSouth Medical Center. "Walnuts are a very good source of antioxidants, vitamins, fiber, and omega-3 fatty acids. That's why I tell my patients that eating walnuts is like wearing a seat belt for your heart."
4. A new study done in Australia shows that eating a handful of walnuts every day can help patients with type 2 diabetes achieve recommended intakes for polyunsaturated fatty acids (such as omega-3s), critical to protecting the heart. Findings of this study are published in the July 2005 issue of the Journal of the American Dietetic Association (JADA), under the title, "Structured Dietary Advice Incorporating Walnuts Achieves Optimal Fat and Energy Balance in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus."
Commenting on this study, Marion J. Franz, MS, RD, LD, CDE, former director of nutrition and health professional education at the International Diabetes Center, says, "It is important and challenging, for people with type 2 diabetes to eat the right types and balance of fats. The fact that achieving nutrition goals became easier by including walnuts is helpful and useful news for persons with diabetes, and the clinicians and diabetes educators who provide nutrition counsel."
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Anne, Northport, Alabama September 23, 2009
“Rx for lowering cholesterol: Walnuts. Yours are the freshest. When misbehaving, try this recipe: 1 LARGE square Godiva dark chocolate. Slowly melt over hot water. Add walnuts and diced + blotted maraschino cherries. Spread on waxed paper and wait . . . if you can. Great for holidays. After misbehaving, go back to toasted walnuts and fresh blueberries for saintly morning wakeup.”
Patti, Brooklyn, NY September 18, 2009
“I have NEVER ordered on-line and received a product this quickly, EVER! What great service and the prices are pretty good, too. Plus, how funny is it to get a delivery from something called "NUTS ONLINE"! ”
Kathy, Canton, MI August 26, 2009
“This is my first order and I was extremely happy with it. I ordered all roasted nuts, without salt, and all of the nuts I ordered were delicious. Thanks so much.”
Michelle, Overland Park, KS July 31, 2009
“not only was the package here before i expected it was SO good. the strawberries and mango samples are the best i've ever had and the roasted nuts never has getting more magnesium in my diet make me look forward to it! the unsalted roasted mixed nuts and almonds and walnuts were so fresh tasting and way above quality what i spend ridiculous amounts for the in the grocery here. am back to order full size since the samples are so excellent! I have already spread the word. highly highly recommend! ”
Bob, Vancouver, WA August 4, 2008
“Received the two pounds of roasted walnuts... they are perfect. I will be back for more.
SunBurgers Snack Bar, Grand Isle, Vermont June 30, 2005
“My customers rave about the fresh walnuts in our home made maple walnut ice cream, the best they ever had! Thanks for a great product.”
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M. Franklin, NJ October 31, 2013
“Love the fresh products from Nuts.com. I could sit down and eat a bag of them in no time. I just tried your roasted walnuts, and they were delicious. Thanks again for the fast service!”
Serving Size 30g (~1.1 oz.)
(Approx. 15.2 Servings/Pound)
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|Calories From Fat||195|
Walnuts, peanut oil
Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, soy, and milk products.
Approximately 220 pieces per pound.
Store in a cool, dry place for 1-3 months if un-refrigerated. If refrigerated, shelf life is up to 6 months.
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