A new animal study from the Harvard Medical School indicates that a diet with walnuts may slow colorectal tumor growth by causing beneficial changes in cancer genes.
A new study from Spain published in the Journal of the American Medical Association suggests that a Mediterranean diet supplemented with olive oil or mixed nuts (primarily walnuts) may counter age-related decline in cognitive function.
Think plant-based eating is difficult? Think again! With a few tips and tricks, you'll be eating more tasty plant-based meals in no time.
To help celebrate National Nutrition Month, we've rounded up some of the best nutritional resources available on walnuts.org.
Eating walnuts may improve cognitive function, including memory, concentration and information processing speed, according to UCLA research published in the March issue of The Journal of Nutrition, Health and Aging.
In his new book, Dr. Michael Roizen offers three easy tips to help you get your health back on track.
Heart disease remains the leading cause of death in the United States and worldwide.(1)
Being carbohydrate-conscious when you have diabetes can have you wondering "what can I eat?"
Walnut lovers, rejoice! New York Times best-selling author and James Beard Cookbook Hall of Fame inductee Mollie Katzen has released "Mollie's Favorite Walnut Recipes," a free e-book showcasing more than 70 of her favorite recipes, each featuring one of her most-loved ingredients: California walnuts.
Prostate health is a major concern for all men as they grow older.
The California Walnut Commission lent support to research projects that resulted in 29 peer-reviewed published papers in 2014.
Cancer and its contributing factors were the subject of multiple walnut research studies this year. Among the most compelling results were findings on the relationship between walnuts and both breast and prostate cancer, as well as walnuts' anti-inflammatory properties.