Nutrition Information

Nutrients in One Serving

One ounce of walnuts is a powerhouse of important nutrients for optimum health, including:

  • An excellent source of alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), the plant-based omega-3 fatty acid (2.5g) – the most ALA of any other tree nut.
  • 4g of protein
  • 2g of fiber
  • A good source of magnesium (45mg)
Walnut Heart Health

Heart-Check Certified

As a nutrient-dense food, walnuts are an excellent way to improve overall diet quality and are certified by the American Heart Association’s Heart-Check mark. 

Health Research

Walnuts have been researched for their potential role in a variety of health outcomes, including cognitive function, heart health, cancer, diabetes, weight, gut health and reproductive health.

When Fat is a Good Thing​

“Fat” is a word with multiple meanings. Despite the differences between body fat and dietary fat, over the years people have simply been told they are both bad. Research has uncovered benefits to eating dietary fats such as polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats, found in foods such as salmon, walnuts, extra virgin olive oil, and avocados.
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