Walnuts are valuable health allies because they are rich in nutritional properties. Simple to use in the kitchen and to fit in our diet, they are a great way to protect yourself against many pathologies, which is why the most recent studies place them among the foods useful to our well-being. Find out more!
Walnuts in yoga
Did you know that walnuts are among the foods with higher ‘vibrational’ qualities?
To clarify, let’s start from the beginning and find out more about Yoga together. »
Walnuts as nutraceutical food
Not all foods are the same: some contain substances which, in addition to providing nutrition, can have beneficial effects on the health.
The experts call them “nutraceutical foods”: something between food and pharmaceuticals.
Walnuts in the portfolio diet
A recent study from the University of Toronto has shown that the consumption of walnuts in the portfolio diet is a useful factor in lowering cholesterol levels and protecting our cardiovascular system.
Walnuts in the food pyramid
The Mediterranean diet, known worldwide as a particularly varied and healthy diet model, became famous throughout the world in the 1990s, thanks to the food pyramid. »
Crunch diet and nuts
With the arrival of spring, lots of us start to think about getting back into shape before trying on the swimming costume…
One possible new ally in the fight to lose weight might be the so-called “crunch effect”, or listening to the sound of your chewing.
Walnut flour: fragrant and healthy
Are you looking for a gluten-free alternative to common wheat flour?
Do you want to surprise friends and family with a custom version of your favourite recipe?
Walnut flour, with its intense aroma and its particular consistency, can be used for several preparations, especially sweets, but not just those. »
On hot, humid summer days, waking up and finding a way to have a light, healthy, nutritional breakfast can often prove challenging.
Walnut milk is a great alternative to classic dairy milk. »