Sunday, July 30, 2017

White mulberry has been researched in the treatment of diabetes, high cholesterol levels, high blood pressure, the common cold and its symptoms, muscle and joint pain such as arthritis, constipation, dizziness, ringing in the ears, hair loss, and premature graying.

White mulberry has been researched in the treatment of diabetes, high cholesterol levels, high blood pressure, the common cold and its symptoms, muscle and joint pain such as arthritis, constipation, dizziness, ringing in the ears, hair loss, and premature graying. Home » Health » Healty food » You are reading »This Plant Is Everywhere, But You Had No Idea It Can Treat Tumors, Diabetes And High Blood Pressure!By Admin | Health, Healty food | 28 July 2016 The amazing herb is growing everywhere and it is known as the White mulberry. This specific plant is proven to treat tumors, diabetes and high blood sugar among many other health benefits. White mulberry is native to China. It was introduced into the United States in colonial times, during an attempt to establish a silk industry. Many plants that grow in these places are not as well known for its healing properties, just because they are mainly used for other industrial purposes. This is the case with the white mulberry tree. This tree is used for timber, and the fruit to feed silkworms, but its berries are very healthy and helpful for many serious diseases, including diabetes, heart disease and even tumors. The wood is very flexible and durable and has been used to make tennis rackets, hockey sticks, furniture, and boats. White mulberry has been researched in the treatment of diabetes, high cholesterol levels, high blood pressure, the common cold and its symptoms, muscle and joint pain such as arthritis, constipation, dizziness, ringing in the ears, hair loss, and premature graying. How does it work? The most important compounds found in the white mulberry work in a similar way to some medicines used for type 2 diabetes. They slow the breakdown of sugars in the gut and allow them to be absorbed more slowly into the blood. This helps the body keep the blood sugar levels in the desirable range. White mulberry contains organic acids, plenty of vitamin C, carotene, pectin, fiber, inverted sugar, resin … These active ingredients help with tonsillitis, for the treatment of cough, fever, diarrhea, headaches and inflammation. It is also rich in antioxidants, and a regular usage can considerably reduce the blood cholesterol, and long term it also helps with heart disease. A study conducted at the University of Texas found that white mulberry berries contain resveratrol, a natural phenol that is effective in fighting several types of cancer and heart disease. White mulberry delivers many health benefits, however the plant’s ability to lower blood sugar has attracted the most attention. There are multiple health problems that arise when our body processes too much sugar (obesity, diabetes, inflammation). If a natural remedy can eliminate the excess sugar in our bloodstream, then that is certainly important news. Recent studies have shown that eating an extract of white mulberry does in fact help the body process sugar. The white mulberry is especially researched and proved to help lower the level of the sugar in the blood, but researchers now are continuing to discover its abilities to treat tumors. The white mulberry plant can prevent big spikes of sugar in our bloodstream after we eat a meal. We are sure you have seen the white mulberry tree and its fruit but you didn’t think of its benefits for our health. Now, you can use this information from this article to improve your health and go buy some white mulberries and treat tumor, diabetes and heart disease among other benefits.

MARKET & STORY shared Great Big Story's video. 4 hrs · Pause -2:03 Additional Visual SettingsEnter Watch And ScrollEnter Fullscreen Unmute 5,230,990 Views Great Big Story with All Nippon Airways. October 4, 2016 · Who doesn’t love wasabi with their sushi? Unfortunately, real wasabi is the most difficult plant in the world to grow commercially. Fortunately, there’s Daio Wasabi Farm.

Great Big Story with All Nippon Airways. about 10 months ago · Who doesn’t love wasabi with their sushi? Unfortunately, real wasabi is the most difficult plant in the world to grow commercially. Fortunately, there’s Daio Wasabi Farm. 5,231,071 Views Oscar del Rosario LikeCommentShare Top Comments 53K アヤ バレンズエラ, Eric Pangilinan and 53K others 75,575 shares Comments Great Big Story Great Big Story Want more Great Big Stories like this? Why not, right? You can subscribe to our newsletter here: Great Big Story GREATBIGSTORY.COM Like · Reply · 51 · October 5, 2016 at 10:51pm Manage 3 Replies Kelsy Morrison Kelsy Morrison Wow! This is so cool! I dislike wasabi- but I respect these guys and the immense amount of hard work they do for their perfect crop! Like · Reply · 494 · October 4, 2016 at 7:43am Manage 16 Replies Marcus Williams Marcus Williams This plant comes from the earth raised up in living spring water... This is one of the ways the Japanese people live the longest on the planet. They eat foods that are alive like Wasabi! Like · Reply · 241 · October 17, 2016 at 3:44pm Manage 16 Replies Katherine J. Kaye Katherine J. Kaye For God's sake don't tell Nestle or they'll buy the entire water supply, sell it for 20 bucks a bottle, shut down production, and buy cheap land out from under the feet of indigenous people in sub-Saharan Africa and grow horseradish there. Like · Reply · 134 · October 24, 2016 at 5:50am Manage 3 Replies Tan Yi Rui Tan Yi Rui This video is abit confusing, at starting it says wasabi is too expensive, hard to grow, hard to maintain and only can harvest 1.5 years later. But at the middle part, the wasabi company that established more than 100 years ago. It says they harvest from 300k to 400k every year, isn't it confuse you? So all the good wasabi will be kept in Japan only and letting "foreign country" eat horse radish? Lol... Like · Reply · 25 · October 6, 2016 at 10:20am Manage 14 Replies Jessica Herman Gräf Jessica Herman Gräf Don't dare to consider... It's not made for the mass's... every type of industrialization has even greater significance to our environment... Eat local, eat seasonal. Travel for new taste. Stop industry's destruction of our environment. Like · Reply · 140 · October 5, 2016 at 3:29pm · Edited Manage 6 Replies David Cox David Cox Wasabi and horseradish are similar in taste and pungency due to similar isothiocyanate levels.The primary difference between the two is color with Wasabi being naturally, go ahead and pay $160/kilo, chumps Like · Reply · 32 · October 5, 2016 at 5:07pm Manage 21 Replies Dave Worth Dave Worth Here's our local wasabi farm. A couple of the sushi bars in Portland have the fresh and real wasabi. It is a different product than most of us are used to. On The Road in Oregon: Wasabi… GARDENCOLLAGE.COM Like · Reply · 13 · March 20 at 12:41am Manage Daniela Jules Garza Daniela Jules Garza I had fresh wasabi in Japan and it was from a smaller independent farmer. What I was told that the most important thing for growing wasabi was clean water. I love wasabi! Like · Reply · 29 · October 18, 2016 at 7:13am Manage 3 Replies Steve Salvérius Steve Salvérius I usually only put soy sauce on the good stuff like salmon and tuna nigiri or sashimi, and keep the wasabi for spicing up the more boring stuff like maki's made of rice and vegetables. Like · Reply · 15 · October 5, 2016 at 7:42am Manage 4 Replies 10 of 5,261 View more comments Oscar del Rosario Write a comment...

Saturday, July 29, 2017

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Thursday, July 27, 2017

How to make virgin coconut oil at home 2pape 2pape

PH Search Search 1:16 / 32:30 How to make virgin coconut oil at home 2pape 2pape Subscribed5.6K Add to Share More 367,752 views 2,886 288 ShareEmbedEmail Start at: 1:37 Published on Aug 3, 2014 IG - please follow my Instagram @2pape_ Good morning everyone. This is the full tutorial. I would like to apologize for a few things: The delay in uploading this video and the audio/video quality you may intermittently experience. Please excuse my lack of video production I am just starting out. Thank you for the support ! Category Howto & Style License Standard YouTube License SHOW LESS COMMENTS • 388 Oscar del Rosario Add a public comment... Top comments So friggin Amazing So friggin Amazing9 months ago this is not virgin coconut oil... in Guyana we call this coconut oil.. virgin coconut oil go thru a different process.... Reply 19 View all 9 replies Farida Ramdhanie Farida Ramdhanie1 year ago The brown remains, my grandmother used to put a little sugar & mix my, this was extremely delicious. Awesome video n remarkable demonstration.....thanks for uploading! Reply 12 View all 2 replies Imokanurnot Imokanurnot2 years ago I've watched three or four videos before finding yours, and it made me feel much more comfortable about trying it. I just wish I'd found this before I went out and bought some, I'll have to use it up first, don't like to waste. Thanks for sharing, I'll refer back to it when I get ready (brave enough) to try making my own! Reply 7 View reply Nyalah B. Nyalah B.2 years ago Awesome job with this tutorial! Very thorough! I'm going to try this. Reply 6 View reply Hue kim Hue kim1 year ago Thank you for your time and effort to make this video ! God Bless ! Reply 6 Silent Walker Silent Walker10 months ago hmmm.. I think its not virgiv anymore.. it has been heated up.. Reply 8 View all 8 replies karen pereira karen pereira1 year ago Thanks for the detailed video:-) Reply 5 PlasmaBurns PlasmaBurns1 year ago (edited) add baking soda and mint for flouride free toothpaste. Plus that oil is awesome for your teeth and gums - supposedly heals cavities. "oil pulling" or rinsing your mouth out with coconut oil for 10 min a day will kill all the bacteria and do wonders for tooth decay. great for digestive problems too. Reply 5 View reply Velda George Velda George8 months ago Extra virgin coconut oil does not go through a heat process. Virgin coconut oil has a high percentage of lauric acid which is decreased by heat. Reply 4 Karl-Otto Von Oertzen Karl-Otto Von Oertzen2 years ago great video, do you know by any chance if the left over cooked brown pulp has specific nutritious qualities ? is it edible ? i like the taste it has , and wonder how it could be used ? any ideas ? peace Reply 4 View reply samiira hassen samiira hassen2 years ago Thank u bro very gd 👊 👍 👍 👍 👍 i like it Reply 4 Sham Rashid Sham Rashid6 months ago Hahaa we break coconut by knocking it on a big stone in Kenya or I use an iron rod. It's much safer!!! Then we have a coconut shredder that you sit on and shred the coconut. There are also small hand shredders nowadays that shred the coconuts. Just for your info - for those who are not familiar with coconuts.... Reply 3 View reply daisy william daisy william1 year ago yes dear that coconut milk u make can put in fish curry also bagie. Reply 3 View reply Sharon Brantley Sharon Brantley1 year ago Thanks for sharing this video 😊 Reply 3 derek ellison derek ellison2 years ago Thanks brotha.  Reply 3 MsIndi92 MsIndi922 years ago Reply 3 Baby Blue Baby Blue1 year ago That is not virgin oil does not involve boiling Reply 3 Olori3bony Tv Olori3bony Tv2 years ago Impressive, thanks for sharing. Reply 4 Steve Watanabe Steve Watanabe3 months ago very interesting, video I liked it ,very clearly explaining , i will try tomorrow .myself. thanks very much. Reply 2 View reply Grant Sims Grant Sims5 months ago I have watched about 30 tutorials on making coconut oil and yours by far was my favorite! Very informative and you also made me laugh. Thanks for making it! 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How to make Essential Oils HowToWithKeila HowToWithKeila

How to make Essential Oils HowToWithKeila HowToWithKeila Subscribed16K Add to Share More 885,588 views 6,765 499 ShareEmbedEmail Start at: 1:36 Published on May 30, 2012 How to make your own Lilac Essential Oil How to make Febreze: How to make Body Wash: Follow me on twitter to see what I'm up to and last minute deals Category Howto & Style License Standard YouTube License SHOW LESS COMMENTS • 547 Oscar del Rosario Add a public comment... Top comments watuwaitn4 watuwaitn42 years ago This is great for the products you are making, but it is NOT an essential oil, it is infused oil! When you use alcohol, it is a tincture. There is a reason you pay so much money for 1oz of essential oil it is because it requires so much plant material to make a small amount by a distilling process and it is extremely concentrated unlike the infused oil you made. Reply 145 View all 11 replies Sir Douglas Howel, 5th Seat Sir Douglas Howel, 5th Seat1 year ago Essential oils are the extract of a material, not the addition of one. Reply 48 View all 8 replies Queen Yemayah Denkyembo Queen Yemayah Denkyembo8 months ago People are so critical,often without any polite, beneficial advice in exchange for their criticism. an essential oil is defined as:a natural oil typically obtained by distillation and having the characteristic fragrance of the plant or other source from which it is extracted. before there were advanced machines to pull every single drop of potent oil from plants, this method is how it was done. so, this is an essential oil as she is extracting oils from the plant. we as consumers are just spoiled by the intense concentration of the machine, etc extraction so sometimes it's difficult to appreciate a simplified extraction. thanks for the ❤video! Read more Reply 45 View all 7 replies Andrew De Freitas Andrew De Freitas8 months ago (edited) it's not an essential oil, it's an infused oil. the reason why the "one unce little bottle" is so expensive is because it takes a myriad of lavender to make oil. the plant itself is pressed till every drop comes out. it's 100% lavender, just like the grapeseed oil you bought is 100% grapeseed. you get what you pay for. it's like comparing a tiny bottle of thick dishsoap to a huge bottle of watery dishsoap. the tiny bottle is more expensive because it's 100% pure, the bigger bottle is less expensive because it's 70% water and not soap. big doesn't always mean more. Read more Reply 34 View all 3 replies LadyMina Miakoda LadyMina Miakoda3 years ago OUCH,OUCH,OUCH,pleeeeeease, change the title on this. I am a certified clinical aromatherapist, manufacturer and teacher, and this is NOT an Essential oil, this is an OIL INFUSION. You are a very nice lady, but please do not mislead people. Doing this brings the Essential Oil manufacturers and values down and people think they can do it at home. Example on the difference,... it takes 60,000 roses to make 1 oz of essential oil, so what you are manufacturing it doesn't even come close to it. The 1 oz of oil you purchased is the real thing, that's why you paid $9 and that's actually an inexpensive one. If you are going to purchase a 1 oz bottle of Organic Rose essential oil, it would cost you approximately $900.00 us . This is why I don't purchase products (from people that I don't know) and I ask questions about these things, because I do like quality. Also, an oil infusion does have some benefits, but it doesn't come close to the real benefits that a real essential oil can give you. The potency is spectacular and so is the aroma, this is why you NEVER use them directly and undiluted on the skin, because of the concentration. I would truly be embarrassed If I had posted this video. You must truly inform yourself before going viral.  Read more Reply 31 View all 7 replies Sarah Seagraves Sarah Seagraves1 year ago There's nothing dangerous about a lilac infused oil used for scenting lotions, soaps, and household cleaners, as she stated very clearly in the video as her intention. She does misunderstand the difference between an essential oil and an infused oil, but for her purposes, either will work. It would be great if she corrected her mistake, but it is an honest one. All of these angry people are doing more harm, in my opinion, in the manner of their correction than any harm she has done by misunderstanding the nature of what she's making -- or more precisely, the nature of what she had been purchasing. (She seems to understand that she's making an infused oil, but she just seems to be a bit mixed up in believing that an essential oil is the same thing.) And for the record, infused oils do contain essential oils, as long as they are kept covered during the infusion process. Otherwise, the essential oils, which are volatile, will evaporate. So a properly infused oil will have the same benefits, along with some others besides, of a true essential oil that is diluted in a carrier oil -- because that is basically what it is, except that other oil-soluble constituents of the herb besides only essential oils will also be extracted into the carrier. So, if anything, what she is making can in many applications be the better choice. Read more Reply 22 View reply Roobz Z Roobz Z2 years ago this is not essential oil. don't spread misinformation like that. this is a lavender INFUSED oil, not ESSENTIAL oil. essential oil is the pure oil of lavender, unadulterated by other oils. Reply 17 View all 2 replies MsMaryJaneGrrl MsMaryJaneGrrl3 years ago This video is not titled correctly. This is not essential oil, this is an attempt at an infused oil. And this is not the proper way to do an infusion either. Why is she sauteing her lilac?!? Horribly misleading in her choice of words and just a terrible, terrible waste of lilacs. Reply 15 View reply jesse sangha jesse sangha3 years ago (edited) THIS VIDEO SHOULD BE RENAMED HOW TO MAKE INFUSED OIL.  Reply 12 View reply Amelia Rose Amelia Rose3 years ago For everyone complaining she clearly states in the video that this is infact Lilac Infused Oil..  Reply 10 Dawyn Palmer Dawyn Palmer1 year ago I agree with Sarah Seagraves comment! Regardless of what the "terminology" being used for flower oil fragrance extraction it is what everyone who viewed this video can use. I now have use for my fragrant roses and other flowers instead of spending all of that money on "essential, infused, and other home fragrant oils" THANK You Keila! By the way.. You can buy gallon bottles of Grapeseed oil on Amazon too. Read more Reply 8 Valentina Papa Valentina Papa2 years ago I don't get why people keep calling it "essential oil". Essential oil is the product of distillation (and you need A LOT of herbs), infused oil is this one and tinctures are extracts using alcohol (you can use other things in place of alcohol, but I can't remember now). Then there are tisanes (herbs infused in water). No intention to be rude, but this is misinformation. Read more Reply 7 danielle winkelspecht danielle winkelspecht1 year ago This is NOT essential oils. This is an infusion. Of course its going to be cheaper. Its not the pure extract from the plant material. Which, by the way, there is no such thing as Lilac essential oil. The blossoms are too delicate and do not contain enough essential oil for extraction. Its videos like this, where the people really do not have the first clue what they are talking about that truly brings the aromatherapy industry down as a whole. Please learn the terminology, please learn the difference between an infusion and an essential oil before you post tutorial videos. Read more Reply 9 View reply Mary Mary2 years ago Interesting, but I don't think this is an essential oil. This is more of a flower essence, which is still nice, but it's not an essential oil. Reply 16 View all 16 replies BeanieBooLover BeanieBooLover1 year ago Omg your voice Reply 6 View all 5 replies cheryl steele cheryl steele1 year ago she was a lovely lady and loved the way she made lilac. I'll be doing this. thank you for the video. very informative and you're just lovely. Reply 12 iari prassi iari prassi6 months ago Why are u deep frying flowers ?? Reply 4 View reply DHMTB Photography DHMTB Photography9 months ago Gas is going to cost more then $10! Reply 4 COOLJAZZY COOLJAZZY10 months ago I LOVE your backyard! Your accent is beautiful. Thanks for sharing your knowledge with us. Reply 5 emeraldeyes emeraldeyes11 months ago I heard that the ceramic bowl of a crock pot [slow cooker] is better/healthier than this metal pot. You can moderate the temperature very nicely to 200 degrees too in a slow cooker. Then there 's the safety aspect of oil and a stove. Grapeseed oil is lovely and light and I wonder about adding other healthy additives. 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9 Kinds of Fish You Should Never Eat

9 Kinds of Fish You Should Never Eat BRIGHT SIDE BRIGHT SIDE Subscribed1.8M Add to Share More 671,085 views 5,803 1,573 ShareEmbedEmail Start at: 5:49 Published on Jun 21, 2017 Subscribe to Bright Side : For copyright matters please contact us at: ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Fish is both delicious and healthy, but there are certain fish that will do you more harm than good for your health. Here are 9 types of fish you should never eat or eat very rarely. Some kinds of fish aren’t recommended for kids at all! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: Instagram: 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: Caption author (English) Natural Health Category Howto & Style License Standard YouTube License SHOW LESS COMMENTS • 1,006 Oscar del Rosario Add a public comment... Top comments Call Mate Call Mate1 month ago What I cant live without Tuna Reply 256 View all 65 replies Apple Health Channel Apple Health Channel1 month ago I eat tuna salad......Leave a like if u like tuna Reply 165 View all 2 replies vinita bisen vinita bisen1 month ago Hit like who is non-vegetarian........ love yaa...... Reply 237 View all 9 replies brooklyn560 brooklyn5601 month ago just had a tuna sandwich... Reply 91 View all 6 replies MaximusStars MaximusStars1 month ago 1. How do you know. 2. We don't know it's good or not. 3. These theory are fake. 4. This Channel has been giving us fake information. 5. Doesn't mean I am rude, cause i search, it can be eaten. Read more Reply 58 View all 8 replies Grace :3 Grace :31 month ago On the bright side I don't even like fish! 😉😂 Reply 67 View all 8 replies Maleeha. S Maleeha. S1 month ago Nooooooooo I love tuna is the only fish I eat cuz I hate all other fish 😭😭😭 Reply 36 View all 20 replies CJ and Auntie Yaya CJ and Auntie Yaya1 month ago (edited) This entire video is based upon internet hoaxes. For one, Tilapia is the #1 home-farmed fish in the USA. The fish is kept in clean containers and their water is filtered through an aquaponics system. Yes, that's right, the vegetables filter out the ammonia and nitrates that the fish produce and return clean water. The fish are then fed organic foods and the cycle continues. Remember that all fish have fats that are much better than land based animals. Considering how many Asians eat the same fish they show on this video and those same ethnic groups are known to be less obese and have longer cancer-free lives than us in the US, it is quite clear that this video is a lie. Perhaps it is produced by someone who listens to internet hoaxes. Perhaps it is made with the idea to turn us all Vegan. Or perhaps the hoaxes for these specific fish were created by commercialized fishing companies who want to vilify fish farming because that niche directly competes with them. Just notice the 6th grade level of explanation associated with each fish they are warning against. They provide very little scientific data and no mention to JAMA or the CDC or the FDC. I'm wondering if this channel has a microwave is harmful video... If it does, I'm unsubscribing because it definitely is basing its videos on pseudoscience. Read more Reply 410 View all 75 replies Smmhs Pro Smmhs Pro1 month ago I dont believe this unless they have prove from a scientist not an article Reply 31 View all 5 replies July the Bunny July the Bunny1 month ago My brother is a fish Can I eat him Reply 30 View all 11 replies Misty Senpai Misty Senpai1 month ago I DONT EVEN LIKE FISH Reply 28 View all 8 replies Ricochet_Queen Ricochet_Queen1 month ago You shouldn't eat tuna?????? Reply 25 View all 12 replies Yungking 47 Yungking 471 month ago Well there goes love for Talapia Reply 23 View all 3 replies KittyQueenx KittyQueenx1 month ago Oh man I love salmon so much, the more stripes the better and oml now I'm hungry for salmon xD Reply 17 View reply Dr mlem Dr mlem1 month ago I ate 7 cans full of tuna Reply 17 View reply catchuza catchuza1 month ago We have nothing to eat in this world, I wonder what will the cause of our death, hunger,heat,water,toxic air or deceases :(( Reply 15 View all 2 replies Max Osti Max Osti1 month ago I've eaten so much tuna in the last few weeks, and nothing is wrong. btw I LOVE TUNA. Reply 14 Aunt Jemima Aunt Jemima1 month ago how tf does a fish manage to get mercury in it Reply 15 View all 10 replies Alpha 13579 Alpha 135791 month ago eels are edible?! 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5 Signs of Nutrient Deficiencies That Are Written All Over Your Face Health And Love Page Health And Love Page

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How to Starve Cancer to Death by Removing This One Thing from Your Diet

How to Starve Cancer to Death by Removing This One Thing from Your Diet The increasing rates of cancer cases are worrying, and we need to do anything we can to reduce our risk of this deadly disease. Besides emotions and environment, another factor that contributes to cancer is the food we eat, that is, the improper foods we consume. There is one thing we can eliminate from our diet to make our body thrive. Ever since the 20s, health experts, along with the German physiologist, Nobel laureate, medical doctor, and leading biochemist Otto Wartburg, have been discussing how sugar fuels cancer. It is very upsetting that doctors don’t warn their cancer patients of the dangers of processed foods on the fight of their life. Dr. Wartburg was convinced that although not easy, anyone can starve cancer right out of the body. According to him, tumor growth and malignant cells are caused by cells which produced energy via ATP (adenosine triphosphate) through a non-oxidative breakdown of glucose- sugar. Anaerobic respiration is caused by the recycling of glycolysis, the metabolite from this process, and the circulation of Alcohol Dehydrogenase Gene adhA back into the body. This is the opposite of what’s happening in the normal cells. They produce energy for the body through the oxidative breakdown of the end product of glycolysis, pyruvate, resulting in oxidized mitochondria. Therefore, Dr. Wartburg concluded that cancer is, in fact, a mitochondrial dysfunction. Instead of the normal respiration of oxygen process in the body, there’s fermentation of sugar. So, the body shouldn’t develop cancer if the sugar is removed. But the link between cancer development and sugar is not something new. Although you can easily avoid the obvious foods full of refined sugar, like candies, cakes, cookies, etc., there are still many other products in U.S. and other countries, which are loaded with refined sugar but hide this in the packaging labels. For instance, “healthy” yogurt, whole grain or whole wheat bread, cereals, and even “low-calorie” products can contain high amounts of sugar. The best and easiest way to avoid refined sugars is to stop purchasing pre-packaged or ‘convenience’ foods, and stop eating at restaurants, at least temporarily. Many restaurants get their food products from big companies which use a lot of sugar and salt to make the food more pleasant for eating, after being frozen and shipped across the states in trucks. This includes even the salad dressings. It is recommended to increase your healthy animal-based (no red meat) and plant-based proteins and to consume more foods packed with nutrients to deal with your cravings for sugar. 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Tuesday, July 11, 2017


JUST BY USING 2 INGREDIENTS YOUR PORES WILL DISAPPEAR FOREVER AND YOUR FACE WILL BE CLEANER THAN EVER! Admin | June 29, 2017 | Recipes | No Comments Numerous people are dealing with big pores and it is not only those people that have oily skin and are under stress but it is also common problem for those who have oily t-zone. The skin might even look like it is uneven because of the pores and dust and grime is collected on the skin. These people have tried different methods and many of them are not having effect because the pores keep coming back. Luckily those people can try some of these following natural remedies that can be their solution for this problem forever. 1. Lemon juice and tomato – All you have to do is to make a puree out of two tomatoes, and after that do add a couple of drops of lemon juice and until a thick paste is formed to mix them well. This paste should be applied directly on the affected areas and to leave it to act for about 15 to 20 minutes and after that to wash it off with water. 2. Lemon juice and pineapple –All you need to do here is to mix a couple of drops of lemon juice and 2 tablespoons of pineapple juice and to apply it on the face with the help of light cloth. Before washing your face with water wait 10 minutes so the mixture can act. 3. Lemon juice and egg white – All you have to do here is to mix few drops of lemon juice and two egg whites and to mix until a thick paste is formed. That paste should be applied on the face and you should wait 15 to 20 minutes so it can act before washing it off with water. 4. Lemon juice and almond – Here you just need to soak a few almonds over the night and in the next morning to grind them and to make a paste and after that to blend it with adding one teaspoon of lemon juice into it. This should be applied on the affected areas and to wait 20 to 25 minutes before washing it off. 5. Cucumber, lemon and rosewater – Here you should start with peeling the cucumber and to leave the fleshy part. After that spread, the mixture that you should make of few drops of lemon juice and one teaspoon of rosewater on a light cloth and apply it on the face and wait 15 minutes before washing it off. Source:

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This Man Wants to Remind Indonesia That Food Comes From the Earth, Not an App ADI RENALDI Jul 10 2017, 7:00pm

Semua foto oleh penulis. FOOD This Man Wants to Remind Indonesia That Food Comes From the Earth, Not an App ADI RENALDI Jul 10 2017, 7:00pm Oh, and he fed Obama too. Bumi Langit is more than a mere restaurant to owner Iskandar Waworuntu. It's a physical representation of his entire philosophy on food and the earth—one that was distilled after years of traveling throughout Indonesia to learn about farming, permaculture, and the natural balance of the ecosystem in the country's fields and paddies, not the classroom. "Farming is a way of living that involves every kind of aspect of your life," Pak Is, as his friends call him, told me. "Food is the most fundamental aspect of life. You are what you eat." The restaurant, which is located about 20 kilometers from downtown Yogyakarta in the hills of Imogiri, was more crowded than usual when I arrived. Former US President Barack Obama had just eaten lunch at the spot a few days earlier during his post-presidency holiday in Indonesia. Obama's visit helped Bumi Langit achieve a level of popularity not usually bestowed on restaurants that come with their own credo and a commitment to organic farming—outside Bali's yoga and spiritualism mecca of Ubud, of course. The newfound popularity was a windfall for a traditionally minded restaurant that serves old-school Javanese food. But it was also a lot of work for a place that hosts educational tours for school children and runs its own organic, permaculture farm as well. "I feel very humbled by the Obama's visit," Pak Is told me. "Now the restaurant has become more crowded, so I have to be careful." Bumi Langit is one of the pioneers of permaculture in Indonesia. The agriculture practice, which works with the land in its natural state to create a more holistic form of farming, is slowly gaining traction in Indonesia—a country that before independence was a mostly agrarian nation. Today, agriculture employs more than 40 percent of the total workforce, and is responsible for more than 14 percent of the Gross Domestic Product. But a lot of that workforce labors on large-scale industrial palm oil, coffee, and pulpwood plantations owned by multinational corporations. Pak Is is talking about a more down-to-earth homestead kind of farming here. Back in 1995, Pak Is, then a teenage boy, dropped out of school and embarked on a journey through Java and Sumatra to learn as much as he could about permaculture farming. He told me that the only way to learn how to actually farm was on the farms themselves. The skills he learned on the road—and the self-discovery—could never be found in a classroom, Pak Is told me. When he returned to Jogja, Pak Is took a job at Bengkel Teater, which was founded by the city's famed activist, writer, and director WS Rendra. Pak Is told me that he enjoyed the work, but he couldn't shake his love of farming. Permaculture was his true passion, he said. Pak Is sees farming as a self-sustaining economic model, one that isn't trapped in the typically exploitative systems of capitalism and world trade. He found three acres of land in the Imogiri hills outside downtown Jogja in 2006 and established the Bumi Langit community. Initially, people laughed at Pak Is. His land was barely fertile, and the whole endeavor seemed destined to fail. Pak Is wasn't born into a family of farmers, and few had time for a city guy who came down to Imogiri with all these ideas about "holistic farming." But Pak Is drilled deep wells and used the permaculture techniques he learned on the road to make the ground fertile. His farm tried to limit the use of chemicals, composted excess food and organic scrap, and turned animal manure into biogas. By the time Pak Is opened his own restaurant, the locals weren't laughing anymore. Pak Is took the ethics of his farm further, taking a similar approach to his own life. He never uses plastic, makes his own soaps, and keeps his farm off the electrical grid. Most of the time, Bumi Langit uses solar power. But during the rainy season, when the skies are dark with clouds, the farm still needs to rely on a diesel generator, he admitted. He offered to show me around his farm. Bumi Langit is a beautifully natural place. The farm is surrounded by the forest. The buildings are constructed in traditional Javanese architecture out of wood grown specifically for the house so that they doesn't tax the nearby forests. The farmland itself is built out of irrigated terraces. Chickens wander free range everywhere. A pond of fish sat next to some of the vegetables. The whole place looked like an idyllic farm, aside from the fact that I didn't see that many people around working. Pak Is told me that Bumi Langit wasn't able to produce the same amount of food as a larger, more industrial farm. He kept things small and manageable to maintain the ethics of the place. "We're in a state where we're not in charge of our food," he explained. "We no longer know where our food comes from. We have become more dependent on the industry." Pak Is opened the Bumi Langit restaurant in 2014 on the advice of a friend who said he felt bad always eating Pak Is' food without paying for it. It's far from one of the most-popular spots in Jogja—a city with a rich culinary scene and a steady stream of new tourists. It's also far from expensive. The 12-person Obama party ate for less than Rp 4 million ($298 USD)—or about $24 USD a person for a totally organic handmade meal. It's more pricy than a meal at the local warung, but still far less than a fancy meal at one of the city's trendy tourist spots. I stopped to eye the menu on the way out the door. They were serving Ayam Goreng Bahagia and Ayam Geprek Kecombrang. I chose the second dish, eating perfectly fried chicken with kecombrang flowers that are apparently good for your health. I then ate fruit jam kefir and mango ice cream made from pure coconut milk for dessert. For a brief moment I felt like Obama. And that's not half bad. FARMING BARACK OBAMA INDONESIA YOGYAKARTA ORGANIC FOOD BUMI LANGIT JOGJA PERMACULTURE

Thursday, July 6, 2017

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Home ›Seeds and Nuts ›Walnut 11 Incredible Benefits Of Walnuts Nutrition de Deutsch The health benefits of walnuts include a reduction of bad cholesterol in the body, an improvement in metabolism, and control of diabetes. Other important health benefits of walnuts stem from the fact that these nuts possess anti-inflammatory properties, aid in weight management, and help as a mood booster. They are also believed to slow down the spread of cancer. What Are Walnuts? Walnuts are edible seeds from the trees of the Juglans genus. They are round, single-seeded fruits of the walnut tree. The fruit and the seed of the walnut are enclosed in a thick, inedible husk. The shell of the fruit that encloses the kernel is hard and two-halved. The seed of the walnut fruits contain significant amounts of nutrients such as proteins, EFAs (essential fatty acids), carbohydrates, vitamins, and essential minerals. Walnuts have always been considered as ‘Brain Food’, perhaps because the surface structure of the walnut has a crinkly appearance like that of the brain. Due to this reason, they have been considered as a symbol of intelligence, leading to the belief that they actually increase one’s intellect. While this is not exactly true, recent scientific studies have proven that the consumption of walnuts does help in promoting brain function. They contain omega-3 fatty acids, which increase the activity of the brain. Omega-3 fatty acids coupled with iodine and selenium add to ensuring optimum functioning of the brain. Along with their delicious taste, walnuts have antioxidants and proteins that help in imparting a multitude of health benefits. They are also a delicious supplement and therefore can be easily included in anyone’s diet. They are also considered as ‘Power food’, since they are believed to improve body stamina. Walnut Facts Walnuts have been known to mankind for a long time. Some interesting facts about walnuts include the following: Walnut trees have been known to mankind since 7000 B.C. Two-thirds of the world’s walnut production happens in California. One can see crinkles in walnuts both inside and outside. Nutritional Value Of Walnuts Thomas and Gebhardt (2006) have conducted extensive research on the nutritional facts about walnuts that has been reported by the USDA National Nutrient Database for standard reference. The important nutritional facts from this research are listed below. Nutritional value includes energy of 190 cal in 1 ounce, or 30 grams, of walnuts. WalnutsCarbohydrate content per 1 ounce is 4 grams. Protein found in 1 ounce is 4 grams. The total fat content found in 1 ounce is 18 grams, which includes both unsaturated fats and saturated fats. Dietary fiber found in them is about 2 grams per ounce. The minerals found in them include calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium, sodium, zinc, copper, manganese, and selenium. Vitamins include vitamin C, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid, vitamin B6, folate, vitamin B12, vitamin E, vitamin K, and vitamin A. Carotenoids found in them includes beta-carotene, lutein, and zeaxanthin. Phytosterols in walnuts are about 20 mg per 1 ounce. Health Benefits Of Walnuts There are several health benefits of walnuts. The important ones established by research over the years are listed below. Improvement in heart function: Walnuts are rich in omega-3 and are an ample source of monounsaturated fatty acids (72%) like oleic acid. It also contains EFAs like linoleic acid, alpha linolenic acid (ALA), and arachidonic acids. Scientific studies prove that the inclusion of walnuts in any diet helps prevent coronary heart diseases by favoring a healthy lipid supply. Their consumption lowers bad cholesterol (LDL) and increases level of good cholesterol (HDL). Daily consumption of 25 grams of walnuts would provide 90% of the recommended daily intake (RDI) of EFAs, which in turn lowers the risk of high blood pressure and heart diseases. Improved Bone Health: EFAs from walnuts secure the bone health of the body. These increase calcium absorption and deposition, while reducing urinary calcium excretion. Improved Metabolism: One of the health benefits of walnuts consumption is that it improves the metabolism in the body. They, along with EFAs, provide minerals to the body. Minerals like manganese, copper, potassium, calcium, iron, magnesium, zinc, and selenium are also provided by them. These minerals help contribute to metabolic activities like growth and development, sperm generation, digestion, and nucleic acid synthesis. Control of Diabetes: People suffering from diabetes can have walnuts on a regular basis without any significant weight gain, since they contain a high amount of polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats, as per research conducted by Gillen et al. (2005) at the University of Wollongong, Australia. In an article titled “The impact of nuts on diabetes and diabetes risk”, by Lovejoy (2005) it is mentioned that the intake of nuts is inversely proportional to the risk of developing type-II diabetes. Fight Against Cancer: Some of the components present in walnuts have the capability of controlling the growth of cancer cells in the body. The phenolic compounds and antioxidants found in them recorded a control on human cancer cells, according to the research conducted by Carvalho et al. (2010) from the University of Portugal. Anti-Inflammatory Properties: The polyphenolic compounds and phytochemical substances found in walnuts reduce the effects of inflammation in the body. This finding was a result of an experiment conducted in the Mediterranean area by Papoutsi et al. (2008). walnutinfoVitamins: Rich in gamma-tocopherol, walnuts are also a good source of vitamin E, which is a strong lipid soluble antioxidant. The vitamin E present in them helps in maintaining and protecting the skin from free radicals that are harmful in nature. They are also an important source of B-complex vitamins such as folate, niacin, riboflavin, panthothenic acid, and vitamin B-6. Bio-Available Melatonin: Want a good night’s sleep? Eat some walnuts soaked in water before sleeping or eat a salad or any other dish using walnuts as toppings. Melatonin, a hormone that helps induce and regulate sleep, is available in them in a bio-available form. Thus, they help make for a perfect dinner that leads you to a great, restful sleep. Weight Management: The amount of fat, calories, and carbohydrate content found in walnuts is about 18 grams, 190 cal, and 4 grams, respectively per 1 ounce. Therefore, it is believed that walnut consumption may result in weight gain. However, research conducted by Sabaté et al. (2005) at the Loma Linda University, California, USA have shown that walnut consumption of about 35 grams per day did not result in any significant weight gain among tested individuals over a period of 1 year. Mood Booster: A scientific study indicates that a lack of omega-3 fatty acids (provided by walnuts) cause hyperactivity, irritability, and tantrums. Supplementing a child’s diet with walnuts compensates the deficit in EFAs and alleviates their mood. It is even applicable to adults who are battling depression and stress. Astringent Properties: Walnut oils have significant astringent properties. Walnut oil has a rich, nutty flavor that helps bring aroma and flavor to the food. This flavor gives a pleasant taste, but only when the walnut oil is used in moderation. It is used as a carrier/base oil in various therapies like aromatherapy, massage therapy, as well as in the cosmetic and pharmaceutical industry. Walnut oils are terrific as dressings on chicken, turkey, salads, pasta, fish and steaks. The uses of walnut oils in dessert recipes help bring a nutty flavor to the dish. A 35 gram serving of walnut oil provides the same nutritional benefits as 50 grams of walnuts. They also provide significant levels of Vitamins B-1, B-2, and B-3. How Can You Add Walnuts Into Your Healthy Diet? Walnuts can be integrated into your diet to gain from all the associated health benefits. A few ways to add them to your meal are as follows: Add shredded walnuts to chicken and fish right before cooking them. Ground some walnuts and use the powder on sandwiches, salads, or any other dish. Add chopped/shredded walnuts to desserts to add a nutty flavor to it or Add chopped/shredded walnuts to yogurt and berries to make a healthy dessert. To roast walnuts, use a 70-75°c oven for 15-20 minutes. References

Phytonutrient research on the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits of walnuts has moved this food further and further up the ladder of foods that are protective against metabolic syndrome, cardiovascular problems, and type 2 diabetes. Some phytonutrients found in walnuts—for example, the quinone juglone—are found in virtually no other commonly-eaten foods. Other phytonutrients—like the tannin tellimagrandin or the flavonol morin—are also rare and valuable as antioxidants and anti-inflammatory nutrients. These anti-inflammatory and antioxidant phytonutrients also help explain the decreased risk of certain cancers—including prostate cancer and breast cancer—in relationship to walnut consumption.

Walnuts Walnuts What's New and Beneficial about Walnuts Researchers are convinced—more than ever before—about the nutritional benefits of walnuts when consumed in whole form, including the skin. We now know that approximately 90% of the phenols in walnuts are found in the skin, including key phenolic acids, tannins, and flavonoids. Some websites will encourage you to remove the walnut skin—that whitish, sometimes waxy, sometimes flaky, outermost part of shelled walnuts. There can be slight bitterness to this skin, and that's often the reason that websites give for removing it. However, we encourage you not to remove this phenol-rich portion. The form of vitamin E found in walnuts is somewhat unusual, and particularly beneficial. Instead of having most of its vitamin E present in the alpha-tocopherol form, walnuts provide an unusually high level of vitamin E in the form of gamma-tocopherol. Particularly in studies on the cardiovascular health of men, this gamma-tocopherol form of vitamin E has been found to provide significant protection from heart problems. Most U.S. adults have yet to discover the benefits of walnuts. A recent study has determined that only 5.5% of all adults (ages 19-50) consume tree nuts of any kind! This small percentage of people actually do a pretty good job of integrating tree nuts (including walnuts) into their diet, and average about 1.25 ounces of tree nuts per day. But the other 94.5% of us report no consumption of tree nuts whatsoever. In a recent look at the nutritional differences between tree nut eaters and non-eaters, researchers have reported some pretty notable findings: on a daily average, tree nut eaters take in 5 grams more fiber, 260 milligrams more potassium, 73 more milligrams of calcium, 95 more milligrams of magnesium, 3.7 milligrams more vitamin E, and 157 milligrams less sodium! Many of us can go local for our supply of walnuts. According to the latest trade statistics, 38% of all walnuts are grown in the U.S. Of that 38%, the vast majority (almost 90%) come from California, and particularly from the San Joaquin and Sacramento Valleys. Buying walnuts closer to home can provide great benefits from the standpoint of sustainability. Phytonutrient research on the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits of walnuts has moved this food further and further up the ladder of foods that are protective against metabolic syndrome, cardiovascular problems, and type 2 diabetes. Some phytonutrients found in walnuts—for example, the quinone juglone—are found in virtually no other commonly-eaten foods. Other phytonutrients—like the tannin tellimagrandin or the flavonol morin—are also rare and valuable as antioxidants and anti-inflammatory nutrients. These anti-inflammatory and antioxidant phytonutrients also help explain the decreased risk of certain cancers—including prostate cancer and breast cancer—in relationship to walnut consumption. WHFoods Recommendations Walnuts are part of the tree nut family. This food family includes Brazil nuts, cashews, hazelnuts (filberts), macadamia nuts, pecans, pine nuts, pistachios and walnuts. It would be difficult to overestimate the potential health benefits associated with this food family! In the majority of dietary studies, approximately one ounce of tree nuts per day is the minimal amount needed to provide statistically significant benefits, and that's the amount we recommend that you incorporate into your daily diet. In the case of walnuts, one ounce means about 7 shelled walnuts, or 14 walnut halves. Of course, since tree nuts (including walnuts) are a high-calorie food, it's important to incorporate tree nuts into an overall healthy diet that remains on target in terms of calories. Luckily, research has shown that many people are able to take this step with good success in terms of overall caloric intake. Walnuts not only taste great but are a rich source of heart-healthy monounsaturated fats and an excellent source of those hard to find omega-3 fatty acids. Like most nuts, they can easily be added to your Healthiest Way of Eating. Just chop and add to your favorite salad, vegetable dish, fruit, or dessert. Walnuts, English, dried pieces 0.25 cup (30.00 grams)Calories: 196 GI: low NutrientDRI/DV omega-3 fats113% copper53% manganese51% molybdenum20% biotin19% This chart graphically details the %DV that a serving of Walnuts provides for each of the nutrients of which it is a good, very good, or excellent source according to our Food Rating System. Additional information about the amount of these nutrients provided by Walnuts can be found in the Food Rating System Chart. A link that takes you to the In-Depth Nutritional Profile for Walnuts, featuring information over 80 nutrients, can be found under the Food Rating System Chart. Health Benefits Description History How to Select and Store Tips for Preparing and Cooking How to Enjoy Individual Concerns Nutritional Profile References Health Benefits Cardiovascular Benefits No aspect of walnuts has been better evaluated in the research than their benefits for the heart and circulatory system. Some review studies have emphasized the very favorable impact of walnuts on "vascular reactivity," namely, the ability of our blood vessels to respond to various stimuli in a healthy manner. In order to respond to different stimuli in a healthy way, many aspects of our cardiovascular system must be functioning optimally. These aspects include: ample presence of antioxidant and anti-inflammatory nutrients, proper blood composition, correct balance in inflammation-regulating molecules, and proper composition and flexibility in our blood vessel walls. Researchers have determined the ability of walnuts to have a favorable impact on all of these aspects. The chart below summarizes some key research findings about walnuts and heart health: Cardiovascular Aspect Walnut Benefit Blood Quality decreased LDL cholesterol; decreased total cholesterol; increased gamma-tocopherol; increased omega-3 fatty acids in red blood cells (alpha-linolenic acid) Vasomotor Tone decreased aortic endothelin; improved endothelial cell function Risk of Excessive Clotting decreased maximum platelet aggregation rate; decreased platelet activation Risk of Excessive Inflammation decreased C reactive protein (CRP); decreased tumor necrosis factor alpha (TNF-a) Research on the blood pressure benefits of walnuts has been mixed. We suspect that these mixed results are related to the surprising differences in mineral composition amongst different varieties of walnuts. Researchers have long been aware of the relationship between healthy blood pressure and intake of specific minerals, including potassium, calcium, and magnesium. In multiple studies, these minerals have a much greater impact on blood pressure than the mineral sodium (familiar to most people in its sodium chloride form, i.e., everyday table salt). We've seen studies showing the following ranges for key blood pressure-regulating minerals in walnuts: Mineral Natural Range Found Amongst Different Walnut Varieties (milligrams per 100 grams) Potassium 375-500 Calcium 13-91 Magnesium 189-278 Even though there are valuable amounts of these blood pressure-regulating minerals in virtually all varieties of walnuts, the ranges above may help explain why some studies have shown statistically significant benefits from walnuts on blood pressure while others have not. Not in question with respect to walnuts and cardiovascular support is their reliable omega-3 content. Adequate intake of omega-3s, including the alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) present in walnuts, has repeatedly been shown to help improve a wide variety of cardiovascular functions, including blood pressure. In at least one research study, adults have been able to significantly increase their blood level of ALA with as few as 4 walnuts per day. Walnuts Help Reduce Problems in Metabolic Syndrome In the United States, as many as 1 in 4 adults may be eligible for diagnosis with Metabolic Syndrome (MetS). MetS isn't so much a "disease" as a constellation of problematic and overlapping metabolic problems including excessive blood fats (triglycerides), high blood pressure, inadequate HDL cholesterol, and obesity (as measured by waist circumference, and/or body mass index). Recent studies have shown that approximately one ounce of walnuts daily over a period of 2-3 months can help reduce several of these MetS-related problems. In addition, addition of walnuts to participant diets has also been shown to decrease "abdominal adiposity"—the technical term for the depositing of fat around the mid-section. Importantly, the MetS benefits of added walnuts have been achieved without causing weight gain in any the studies we've seen to date. Benefits in Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes Although we think about type 2 diabetes as a problem primarily related to blood sugar control and insulin metabolism, persons diagnosed with type 2 diabetes typically have health problems in other related systems, and are at special risk for cardiovascular problems. An important part of the goal in designing a diet plan for persons with type 2 diabetes is lowering the risk of future cardiovascular problems. In this context, consumption of walnuts is establishing a more and more impressive research track record. Increased flexibility in the response of the cardiovascular system following meals has been a repeated finding in research on walnuts. A variety of different measurements on blood vessel functioning (including their measurement by ultrasound) show a relatively small amount of daily walnut intake (1-2 ounces) to provide significant benefits in this area for persons with type 2 diabetes. Better blood fat composition (including less LDL cholesterol and less total cholesterol) has also been demonstrated in persons with type 2 diabetes. Anti-Cancer Benefits Given the wide variety antioxidant and anti-inflammatory nutrients found in walnuts, it's not surprising to see research on this tree nut showing measurable anti-cancer benefits. The antioxidant properties of walnuts help lower risk of chronic oxidative stress, and the anti-inflammatory properties help lower risk of chronic inflammation, and it is precisely these two types of risk, that, when combined, pose the greatest threat for cancer development. Prostate cancer and breast cancer are the best-studied types of cancer with respect to walnut intake, and their risk has been found to be reduced by fairly large amounts of walnut consumption. (Large in this case means approximately 3 ounces per day.) For prostate cancer, the evidence is somewhat stronger, and more studies have involved human subjects. For breast cancer, most of the evidence has been based on studies of rats and mice. Other Health Benefits The anti-inflammatory nutrients in walnuts may play a special role in support of bone health. A recent study has shown that large amounts of walnuts decrease blood levels of N-telopeptides of type 1 collagen (NTx). These collagen components provide a good indicator of bone turnover, and their decreased blood level in response to walnut intake is an indication of better bone stability and less mineral loss from the bone. "Large amounts" of walnuts (in this study, actually raw walnuts plus walnut oil) translated into 50% of total dietary fat. In an everyday diet that provided 2,000 calories and 30% of those calories from fat, this 50% standard for walnuts would mean about 67 grams of fat from walnuts or 4 ounces of this tree nut on a daily basis. While this amount is more than would most people would ordinarily consume, we expect the health benefits of walnuts for bone health to be demonstrated in future studies at substantially lower levels of intake. Walnuts have also produced a good track record in the research as a desirable food for support of weight loss and for prevention of obesity. That finding often surprises people because they think of high-fat, high-calorie foods as a primary contributing factor to obesity and to weight gain. In general, overconsumption of high-fat, high-calorie foods is a primary contributing factor to obesity and weight gain. However, obesity has also been clearly identified by researchers as involving chronic, unwanted inflammation. As discussed earlier in this Health Benefits section and throughout this walnuts' profile, walnuts are unique in their collection of anti-inflammatory nutrients. These nutrients include omega-3 fatty acids; phytonutrients including tannins, phenolic acids, and flavonoids; quinones like juglone; and other anti-inflammatory phytonutrients. These anti-inflammatory benefits can overshadow the high-calorie and high-fat risk posed by walnuts, and that's exactly what they have done in an increasing number of research studies involving risk and/or treatment of obesity. While it is definitely possible to overconsume walnuts, most everyday diets could remain correctly balanced in terms of calories and fat while still including fairly generous amounts of walnuts (in the range of 1-3 ounces). A limited (but increasing) number of studies have shown potential health benefits for walnuts in the area of memory and general thought processes (often referred to as "cognitive" processes). Thus far, most of the initial research in this area has involved rats and mice, but we expect to see cognitive benefits of walnuts for humans becoming a topic of increasing research interest. A final fascinating aspect of walnuts and their potential health benefits involves melatonin (MLT). MLT is a widely-active messaging molecule in our nervous system, and very hormone-like in its regulatory properties. MLT is critical in the regulation of sleep, daily (circadian) rhythms, light-dark adjustment, and other processes. It has also been found to be naturally occurring within walnuts. Average melatonin (MLT) content of walnuts is approximately 3.6 nanograms (ng) per gram (g), or 102ng/ounce. Other commonly eaten foods—for example, cherries—have also been found to measurable amounts of MLT. Researchers are not yet sure how everyday intake of MLT from walnuts is involved in our health, but several study authors have hypothesized about the MLT in walnuts as playing an important role (along with other walnut nutrients) in the anti-cancer benefits of this unusual food. Description Walnuts are a delicious way to add extra nutrition, flavor and crunch to a meal. While walnuts are harvested in December, they are available year round and a great source of those all-important omega-3 fatty acids. It is no surprise that the regal and delicious walnut comes from an ornamental tree that is highly prized for its beauty. The walnut kernel consists of two bumpy lobes that look like abstract butterflies. The lobes are off white in color and covered by a thin, light brown skin. They are partially attached to each other. The kernels are enclosed in round or oblong shells that are brown in color and very hard. While there are numerous species of walnut trees, three of the main types of walnuts consumed are the English (or Persian) walnut, Juglans regia; the black walnut, Juglans nigra; and the white (or butternut) walnut, Juglans cinerea. The English walnut is the most popular type in the United States and features a thinner shell that is easily broken with a nutcracker. The black walnut has thicker shells that are harder to crack and a much more pungent distinctive flavor. The white walnut features a sweeter and oilier taste than the other two types, although it is not as widely available and therefore may be more difficult to find in the marketplace. Within these basic types of walnuts, there are dozens of different varieties (also called cultivars). It's not uncommon to see research studies that evaluate several dozen different cultivars of English or black walnuts. All types and varieties of walnuts can have unique nutrient composition. Sometimes within a particular type of walnut—for example, English walnut—there is a surprising amount of nutritional variety. The bottom line here is to not to get caught up in thinking that one main type of walnut (for example, English versus black) is best, but to take advantage of the nutritional variety offered by walnuts overall. History While walnut trees have been cultivated for thousands of years, the different types have varying origins. The English walnut originated in India and the regions surrounding the Caspian Sea, hence it is known as the Persian walnut. In the 4th century AD, the ancient Romans introduced the walnut into many European countries where it has been grown since. Throughout its history, the walnut tree has been highly revered; not only does it have a life span that is several times that of humans, but its uses include food, medicine, shelter, dye and lamp oil. It is thought that the walnuts grown in North America gained the moniker "English walnuts," since they were introduced into America via English merchant ships. Black walnuts and white walnuts are native to North America, specifically the Central Mississippi Valley and Appalachian area. They played an important role in the diets and lifestyles of both the Native American Indians and the early colonial settlers. China is presently the largest commercial producer of walnuts in the world, with about 360,000 metric tons produced per year. The United States is second, with about 294,000 metric tons of production. Within the U.S., about 90% of all walnuts are grown in California, particularly within the San Joaquin and Sacramento Valleys The annual combined walnut output of Iran and Turkey is approximately the same as the United States, and the Ukraine and Romania are next in line in terms of total walnut production. How to Select and Store When purchasing whole walnuts that have not been shelled choose those that feel heavy for their size. Their shells should not be cracked, pierced or stained, as this is oftentimes a sign of mold development on the nutmeat, which renders it unsafe for consumption. Shelled walnuts are generally available in prepackaged containers as well as bulk bins. Just as with any other food that you may purchase in the bulk section, make sure that the bins containing the walnuts are covered and that the store has a good product turnover so as to ensure its maximal freshness. Whether purchasing walnuts in bulk or in a packaged container avoid those that look rubbery or shriveled. If it is possible to smell the walnuts, do so in order to ensure that they are not rancid. Due to their high polyunsaturated fat content, walnuts are extremely perishable and care should be taken in their storage. Shelled walnuts should be stored in an airtight container and placed in the refrigerator, where they will keep for six months, or the freezer, where they will last for one year. Unshelled walnuts should preferably be stored in the refrigerator, although as long as you keep them in a cool, dry, dark place they will stay fresh for up to six months. Tips for Preparing and Cooking Tips for Preparing Walnuts In whatever style you decide to prepare walnuts, it's worth including the skin. Some people may not even notice that there is a walnut skin. But that whitish, sometimes waxy, sometimes flaky, outermost part of the walnut (once it has been shelled) is the skin. Researchers now know that approximately 90% of the phenols in walnuts are found in the skin, including key phenolic acids, tannins, and flavonoids. The list of health supportive compounds in these three phenol families is a large one, and it continues to grow as researchers learn more and more about this amazing tree nut. Some websites will encourage you to remove the walnut skin and will usually cite its slight bitterness as their reason for doing so. We encourage you not to remove this phenol-rich portion. Preparing walnuts can be quite simple! Just chop and serve on your favorite salad, vegetable dish, fruit, or dessert. How to Enjoy A Few Quick Serving Ideas Mix crushed walnuts into plain yogurt and top with maple syrup. Add walnuts to salads or healthy sautéed vegetables. Purée walnuts, cooked lentils and your favorite herbs and spices in a food processor. Add enough olive or flax oil so that it achieves a dip-like consistency. Add walnuts to your favorite poultry stuffing recipe. To roast walnuts at home, do so gently—in a 160-170°F (about 75°C) oven for 15-20 minutes—to preserve the healthy oils. For more on the effect of high heat roasting on nuts, please see the following article. Make homemade walnut granola: Mix together approximately 1/2 cup of honey, 3 to 4 tablespoons of blackstrap molasses, a tablespoon of vanilla, a dash of salt, and a teaspoon each of your favorite spices, such as cinnamon, ginger and/or nutmeg. Place 6-8 cups of rolled oats in a large bowl and toss to coat with the honey-blackstrap mixture. Then spread on a cookie sheet and bake at 275°F (135°C) for 45 minutes. Cool and mix in 1/2 to 1 cup of walnuts. WHFoods Recipes That Include Walnuts 10-Minute Energizing Oatmeal Hot Polenta Breakfast with Dried Fruit Compote Millet with Dried Fruit Compote Perfect Oatmeal Prunes in Orange Sauce Healthy Caesar Salad Healthy Chef's Salad with Walnuts and French Dressing Tuna Salad Surprise Broiled Rosemary Chicken over Pureed Lentils Holiday Turkey with Rice Stuffing & Gravy with Fresh Herbs Quick Broiled Chicken Breast with Honey-Mustard Sauce Mediterranean Lentil Salad Arugula Salad with Walnut Croutons Creamy Romaine Salad Figs, Walnuts and Spinach Salad Roasted Beets Wild Rice Pilaf 5-Minute Fresh Plums in Sweet Sauce Apricot Tart Blackberry Tart Cranberry and Fresh Pear Cobbler No-Bake Apple Walnut Tart Sesame Bar Individual Concerns Walnuts and Food Allergies Tree nuts, such as walnuts, are among the eight food types considered to be major food allergens in the U.S., requiring identification on food labels. For helpful information about this topic, please see our article, An Overview of Adverse Food Reactions. Nutritional Profile Walnuts are an excellent source of anti-inflammatory omega-3 essential fatty acids, in the form of alpha-linolenic acid (ALA). Walnuts are also rich in antioxidants, including being a very good source of manganese and copper. They are also a good source of molybdenum and the B vitamin biotin. Many other minerals are provided by walnuts in valuable amounts. These minerals include calcium, chromium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, selenium, vanadium and zinc. Vitamin B6, while not especially concentrated in walnuts, may be more bioavailable in this food. In terms of phytonutrients, walnuts contain antioxidant and anti-inflammatory compounds, including more than a dozen phenolic acids, numerous tannins (especially ellagitannins, including tellimagrandins), and a wide variety of flavonoids. The vitamin E composition of walnuts is also of special mention, since there is an unusual concentration of the gamma-tocopherol form of vitamin E in this tree nut. Introduction to Food Rating System Chart In order to better help you identify foods that feature a high concentration of nutrients for the calories they contain, we created a Food Rating System. This system allows us to highlight the foods that are especially rich in particular nutrients. The following chart shows the nutrients for which this food is either an excellent, very good, or good source (below the chart you will find a table that explains these qualifications). If a nutrient is not listed in the chart, it does not necessarily mean that the food doesn't contain it. It simply means that the nutrient is not provided in a sufficient amount or concentration to meet our rating criteria. (To view this food's in-depth nutritional profile that includes values for dozens of nutrients - not just the ones rated as excellent, very good, or good - please use the link below the chart.) To read this chart accurately, you'll need to glance up in the top left corner where you will find the name of the food and the serving size we used to calculate the food's nutrient composition. This serving size will tell you how much of the food you need to eat to obtain the amount of nutrients found in the chart. Now, returning to the chart itself, you can look next to the nutrient name in order to find the nutrient amount it offers, the percent Daily Value (DV%) that this amount represents, the nutrient density that we calculated for this food and nutrient, and the rating we established in our rating system. For most of our nutrient ratings, we adopted the government standards for food labeling that are found in the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's "Reference Values for Nutrition Labeling." Read more background information and details of our rating system. Walnuts, English, dried pieces 0.25 cup 30.00 gramsCalories: 196 GI: low Nutrient Amount DRI/DV (%) Nutrient Density World's Healthiest Foods Rating omega-3 fats 2.72 g 113 10.4 excellent copper 0.48 mg 53 4.9 very good manganese 1.02 mg 51 4.7 very good molybdenum 8.85 mcg 20 1.8 good biotin 5.70 mcg 19 1.7 good World's Healthiest Foods Rating Rule excellent DRI/DV>=75% OR Density>=7.6 AND DRI/DV>=10% very good DRI/DV>=50% OR Density>=3.4 AND DRI/DV>=5% good DRI/DV>=25% OR Density>=1.5 AND DRI/DV>=2.5% In-Depth Nutritional Profile In addition to the nutrients highlighted in our ratings chart, here is an in-depth nutritional profile for Walnuts. This profile includes information on a full array of nutrients, including carbohydrates, sugar, soluble and insoluble fiber, sodium, vitamins, minerals, fatty acids, amino acids and more. Walnuts, English, dried pieces (Note: "--" indicates data unavailable) 0.25 cup (30.00 g) GI: low BASIC MACRONUTRIENTS AND CALORIES nutrient amount DRI/DV (%) Protein 4.57 g 9 Carbohydrates 4.11 g 2 Fat - total 19.56 g -- Dietary Fiber 2.01 g 8 Calories 196.20 11 MACRONUTRIENT AND CALORIE DETAIL nutrient amount DRI/DV (%) Carbohydrate: Starch -- g Total Sugars 0.78 g Monosaccharides 0.05 g Fructose 0.03 g Glucose 0.02 g Galactose -- g Disaccharides 0.73 g Lactose 0.00 g Maltose 0.00 g Sucrose 0.73 g Soluble Fiber 0.66 g Insoluble Fiber 1.35 g Other Carbohydrates 1.32 g Fat: Monounsaturated Fat 2.68 g Polyunsaturated Fat 14.15 g Saturated Fat 1.84 g Trans Fat 0.00 g Calories from Fat 176.07 Calories from Saturated Fat 16.54 Calories from Trans Fat 0.00 Cholesterol 0.00 mg Water 1.22 g MICRONUTRIENTS nutrient amount DRI/DV (%) Vitamins Water-Soluble Vitamins B-Complex Vitamins Vitamin B1 0.10 mg 8 Vitamin B2 0.05 mg 4 Vitamin B3 0.34 mg 2 Vitamin B3 (Niacin Equivalents) 1.16 mg Vitamin B6 0.16 mg 9 Vitamin B12 0.00 mcg 0 Biotin 5.70 mcg 19 Choline 11.76 mg 3 Folate 29.40 mcg 7 Folate (DFE) 29.40 mcg Folate (food) 29.40 mcg Pantothenic Acid 0.17 mg 3 Vitamin C 0.39 mg 1 Fat-Soluble Vitamins Vitamin A (Retinoids and Carotenoids) Vitamin A International Units (IU) 6.00 IU Vitamin A mcg Retinol Activity Equivalents (RAE) 0.30 mcg (RAE) 0 Vitamin A mcg Retinol Equivalents (RE) 0.60 mcg (RE) Retinol mcg Retinol Equivalents (RE) 0.00 mcg (RE) Carotenoid mcg Retinol Equivalents (RE) 0.60 mcg (RE) Alpha-Carotene 0.00 mcg Beta-Carotene 3.60 mcg Beta-Carotene Equivalents 3.60 mcg Cryptoxanthin 0.00 mcg Lutein and Zeaxanthin 2.70 mcg Lycopene 0.00 mcg Vitamin D Vitamin D International Units (IU) 0.00 IU 0 Vitamin D mcg 0.00 mcg Vitamin E Vitamin E mg Alpha-Tocopherol Equivalents (ATE) 0.21 mg (ATE) 1 Vitamin E International Units (IU) 0.31 IU Vitamin E mg 0.21 mg Vitamin K 0.81 mcg 1 Minerals nutrient amount DRI/DV (%) Boron -- mcg Calcium 29.40 mg 3 Chloride 7.20 mg Chromium -- mcg -- Copper 0.48 mg 53 Fluoride -- mg -- Iodine 2.70 mcg 2 Iron 0.87 mg 5 Magnesium 47.40 mg 12 Manganese 1.02 mg 51 Molybdenum 8.85 mcg 20 Phosphorus 103.80 mg 15 Potassium 132.30 mg 4 Selenium 1.47 mcg 3 Sodium 0.60 mg 0 Zinc 0.93 mg 8 INDIVIDUAL FATTY ACIDS nutrient amount DRI/DV (%) Omega-3 Fatty Acids 2.72 g 113 Omega-6 Fatty Acids 11.43 g Monounsaturated Fats 14:1 Myristoleic 0.00 g 15:1 Pentadecenoic 0.00 g 16:1 Palmitol 0.00 g 17:1 Heptadecenoic 0.00 g 18:1 Oleic 2.64 g 20:1 Eicosenoic 0.04 g 22:1 Erucic 0.00 g 24:1 Nervonic 0.00 g Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids 18:2 Linoleic 11.43 g 18:2 Conjugated Linoleic (CLA) -- g 18:3 Linolenic 2.72 g 18:4 Stearidonic -- g 20:3 Eicosatrienoic -- g 20:4 Arachidonic -- g 20:5 Eicosapentaenoic (EPA) -- g 22:5 Docosapentaenoic (DPA) -- g 22:6 Docosahexaenoic (DHA) -- g Saturated Fatty Acids 4:0 Butyric 0.00 g 6:0 Caproic 0.00 g 8:0 Caprylic 0.00 g 10:0 Capric 0.00 g 12:0 Lauric 0.00 g 14:0 Myristic 0.00 g 15:0 Pentadecanoic 0.00 g 16:0 Palmitic 1.32 g 17:0 Margaric 0.00 g 18:0 Stearic 0.50 g 20:0 Arachidic 0.02 g 22:0 Behenate 0.00 g 24:0 Lignoceric 0.00 g INDIVIDUAL AMINO ACIDS nutrient amount DRI/DV (%) Alanine 0.20 g Arginine 0.66 g Aspartic Acid 0.53 g Cysteine 0.06 g Glutamic Acid 0.82 g Glycine 0.24 g Histidine 0.11 g Isoleucine 0.18 g Leucine 0.34 g Lysine 0.12 g Methionine 0.07 g Phenylalanine 0.21 g Proline 0.20 g Serine 0.27 g Threonine 0.17 g Tryptophan 0.05 g Tyrosine 0.12 g Valine 0.22 g OTHER COMPONENTS nutrient amount DRI/DV (%) Ash 0.53 g Organic Acids (Total) -- g Acetic Acid -- g Citric Acid -- g Lactic Acid -- g Malic Acid -- g Taurine -- g Sugar Alcohols (Total) -- g Glycerol -- g Inositol -- g Mannitol -- g Sorbitol -- g Xylitol -- g Artificial Sweeteners (Total) -- mg Aspartame -- mg Saccharin -- mg Alcohol 0.00 g Caffeine 0.00 mg Note: The nutrient profiles provided in this website are derived from The Food Processor, Version 10.12.0, ESHA Research, Salem, Oregon, USA. 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