Uncooked walnuts contain a range of valuable nutrients for the human body: B vitamins (B1, B2, B3, B8), vitamin E, vitamin PP, vitamin C (in green walnuts its content is not less than (palmitic, oleic, linoleic and linolenic acid), essential oils, omega-3 fatty acids (which lower bad cholesterol in the blood), phosphorus, magnesium, iron, potassium, flavonoids and others . Unripe (green) walnuts are a valuable source of iodine capable of compensating for the deficiency of this element in the body, protecting us from thyroid and respiratory diseases.
have a beneficial effect on blood circulation, purify the blood
promote rapid wound healing, prevention of infections
promote activity to combat bacteria, parasites (contain phytocides that kill microbes)
normalize bile secretion
higher degree of resistance to radiation
help maintain the natural hormonal balance
normalize gastrointestinal activity
contribute to increasing the protective power and strengthening the immune system
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