Today nuts are grown in areas from Southeast Europe to Japan, and in some parts of California, Canada and Argentina. However, the world's largest producers are the United States, Romania and Ukraine. It is considered that he most precious is a brightly colored walnut with a large portion of the pole. Walnuts can be consumed individually, add them to fruits or vegetables, desserts, sauces, ice cream and cakes.
|Nutritional Value in 100 g||Fatt||Proteins||Fibers|
|606 kcal||54 g (9 g saturated)||20 g||7 g|
Nutritional source of: sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron, vitamin B6.
They are rich in antioxidants, and contain a lot of fiber, protein, vitamins and minerals. Regular consumption of nuts can contribute to reducing the risk of heart disease, some cancers and diabetes type 2. One of the interesting things is that walnut looks like a little brain, and it is known that walnuts help develop more than thirty neuro-transmitters for brain function.