Tamil Name – ஷெல் இல்லாத அக்ரூட் பருப்புகள்/ Ṣel illāta akrūṭ paruppukaḷ
Hindi Name – अखरोट / akharot
Malayalam name – ഷെൽ ഇല്ലാതെ വാൽനട്ട്/ ṣel illāte vālnaṭṭ
Telugu name – షెల్ లేకుండా వాల్నట్/ Ṣel lēkuṇḍā vālnaṭ
Botanical Name – Juglans
Walnut is a nut. It is native to eastern North America. The physical structure of the Walnut is rounded, single-seeded stone fruits and the nut is enclosed with the shell. Walnut shells found in two segments. Sometime three-segment shells can also form. During the ripening process, the husk will become hard. The shell is usually made up of two halves separated by a partition. There are two major categories of Walnut that are called the Persian or English Walnut and the Black Walnut.
Walnut can be eaten directly or can be used to garnishing the dishes and used as a foodstuff in ingredients. The taste of the Walnut is savory and a little sweet, and this taste can be vary depending on the preserving solution.
By taking walnuts are used to recover from heart disease as it controls the “bad” cholesterol.
Walnut consists of Omega-3 fatty acids, Ellagic acid, and related compounds, and Various antioxidant polyphenols. This rich source is an effective part of a cancer-preventive diet.
By eating raw Walnut directly, may improve brain function. Walnuts can help to reduce depression and age-related decline in brain function.
The best time to taking Walnut is morning. Having nuts along with breakfast can help you ward off fatigue and smoothly regulate blood pressure in your body.
It helps to lose weight faster.
Walnuts are rich in the amino acid arginine and help the liver in detoxifying ammonia. It has glutathione and omega-3 fatty acids, which all help to natural liver cleansing.