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One of the healthiest nuts in the world. Loaded with protein, and very rich in Omega 3 essential fatty acids, energy and containing many antioxidants (high ORAC value), vitamins and minerals. Walnuts are also rich in phytochemicals (a type of antioxidants)
ellagic acid and polyphenolic compounds which help to protect the body against aging, cancer and inflammation. In fact, of all the nuts, walnuts are absolutely the richest in polyphenolic antioxidants. Walnuts, which are very rich in phytosterols (plant sterols), are a great way to also lower your “bad” LDL cholesterol and thus reduce your chances of heart disease. Soaking almonds for about 8 hours makes them a lot more bioavailable, easier to digest and increases their nutritional content.
Watermelon Seeds :
Frequently discarded, these seeds are actually packed with nutrition. They’re 35% protein and high in beneficial fats. They also contain lots of minerals in high amounts such as iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium,
zinc and copper and calcium as well as numerous vitamins.
Wild mushrooms provide a large variety of unique phytonutrients, minerals, fiber, protein and vitamins and can thus not only provide us good nutrition, but also boost our immunity as well.