Walnuts Boost Sperm Strength - If you see fatherhood in your future, you may want to work walnuts into your diet.
The state's walnut growers can expect to shake the second-largest crop off their trees this year.
Today, the USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service California Field Office released the annual crop estimate for walnuts, predicting the annual yield to be 470,000 short tons.
Research published in the recent issue of Biology of Reproduction Papers-in-Press reports that 75 grams (approximately 2.5 ounces) of walnuts consumed per day improved sperm vitality, motility, and morphology (normal forms) in a group of healthy young men between 21-35 years of age.
Recent findings published in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease report walnut consumption in a Mediterranean diet is associated with better memory scores and cognitive function.
Shape Magazine explores superfoods, including walnuts, that help you stay focused all day long.
California Walnuts has enlisted critically acclaimed chefs to share seasonal menus with home cooks and tips for successful entertaining.
The California walnut industry welcomed the news of the passage of the United States and South Korean Free Trade Agreement (KORUS), which is expected to bring immediate duty reduction to walnuts exported to the Korean market.
California Walnuts is proud to announce that the American Heart Association is now certifying walnuts as a heart-healthy food. The Heart-Check mark easily identifies foods that meet the nutritional standards set by the American Heart Association and provides consumers a quick and reliable way to identify heart-healthy foods.
True or False: Walnuts can improve the odds of correctly answering a true or false question. The answer is true according to newly published research in the British Journal of Nutrition."
Today, the USDA NASS California Field Office released the annual crop estimate for walnuts, predicting the annual walnut yield to be 485,000 short tons.
The risk of breast cancer dropped significantly in mice when their regular diet included a modest amount of walnut, Marshall University researchers report in the journal Nutrition and Cancer.