Research suggest walnuts can be beneficial to mens' health.
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One-hour webinar available through SCAN for $15.
The USDA’s MyPlate Nutrition Guide celebrates its third birthday!
The team at Prevention examines 5 fats to incorporate into your diet.
ABC unveils the top five foods that can help boost fertility, with walnuts topping the list.
Cindy Kuzma for Men’s Health unveils a cardiac protection plan, encouraging readers to “Work in Some Walnuts.”
Celebrate Nutrition Month with California Walnuts' Natural Defenders Toolkit.
Sponsored Webinar, What Comes First: The Food or the Nutrient? now published online by the Journal of Nutrition.
California Walnuts and SCAN team up for upcoming webinar, "Heart Health and the Mediterranean Diet: Understanding the latest guidelines and the benefits of eating the Mediterranean way." Check in at walnuts.org/events for registration info coming soon. Webinar will be available starting April 1st.
Register now for an ASN symposium in partnership with the California Walnut Commission.
Dietary recommendations have been made for nuts on the basis of an impressive evidence base demonstrating many health benefits. This article reviews the current research that supports dietary recommendations for nuts.
Boost your beauty from the inside out with walnuts! Dietician Frances Largeman-Roth explains how they can help moisturize your skin and how many you should incorporate into your diet.
Jane Brody of the New York Times discusses a study suggesting adding nuts to your diet promotes health and longevity.
Better Homes and Gardens explores the benefits of a handful of walnuts.
Shape Magazine explores superfoods, including walnuts, that help you stay focused all day long.
Cancer is a 4-letter word. Yes, there are 6 letters, yet it has become known as "the c-word," too scary to be called by its real name.
Animal Study Suggests Consuming Walnuts May Reduce the Risk, Delay the Onset, Slow the Progression of Alzheimer’s Disease
The American Diabetes Association supports the position that there is no one diet for diabetes.