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Native to southwest China and southeast Europe, walnuts grow in shells. They have a crumbly and crunchy texture, earthy taste, and mildly bitter undertone. But don’t let that put you off! 

Walnuts have a multitude of health benefits. They are high in protein and are a source of omega-3, copper, folic acid and vitamin B6. This makes them great for heart health, reducing blood pressure, enhancing fertility, increasing focus and nurturing your gut. 

Nutritional benefits of walnuts

Walnuts are an exceptionally nutritional nut, classed by nutritionists as a superfood. This means they are bursting with vitamins and minerals essential to human health. Here are some of the top benefits walnuts include.

Rich is fatty acids - Walnuts are an incredible source of fatty acids, including Omega-3 - an anti-inflammatory that calms irritated and inflamed cells. When cells are inflamed, you will experience slower blood flow, low energy, digestive issues, acne and hair loss. So, including walnuts is essential to keep everything balanced.

Contains copper - Copper helps convert food into energy and builds blood vessels and tissue. When your blood vessels have stronger walls, it creates an artery structure for oxygen and nutrients to circulate efficiently.

Great protein source - Our walnut halves contain 15 grams of protein in every 100 grams. This makes them an ideal choice if you are following a keto diet. Their high protein levels will also keep you full for longer, so adding them to meals is a great idea to prevent snacking.

Enriched with folic acid - Folic acid is essential for development and a vital nutrient when pregnant. It also helps brain function, hair growth and skin.

Full of vitamin B6 - B6 helps the body develop antibodies to fight disease and increase your immune system. So, when the cooler weather is approaching, consider adding walnuts to your diet to defend yourself against illness.

Easy ways to eat walnuts

The crumbly texture of walnuts makes them simple to crush and add to any dish. They are also excellent raw as a healthy snack. Check out some ideas for using walnuts below.

Eat them as they are - You don’t have to add anything to walnuts to make them taste great. They are the perfect snack if you prefer savoury nuts with a slightly bitter flavour.

Make honey-glazed walnuts - Try glazing walnuts in honey and baking them in the oven. They taste incredible and make a great addition to salads - trust us!

Crush them over porridge - Give your morning porridge a health kick, and sprinkle on crushed walnuts.

Include in a trail mix - Every trail mix needs a superfood, and walnuts could be yours. Mix them with sweeter nuts, or try one of our pre-blended nut mixes.

Make coffee and walnut cake - Coffee and walnuts have long been paired together when it comes to desserts. Crush up walnut halves and add them to your baking for their nutritional benefits.

We have meticulously collected a range of walnuts, including walnut halves in light and extra light. You can buy them in bulk or try them in our delicious nut mixes.

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