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WALNUTS: THE ORIGINAL BRAIN FOOD

Walnuts are a fabulous example of using food as medicine and an equally great illustration of the Doctrine of Signatures. This concept of traditional medicine highlights the way some foods look similar to the area of the body they are useful for. Walnuts are arguably the most distinct example. In form, they resemble the brain, and true enough this is a key part of the body they serve well.

WALNUT CHEMISTRY

Walnuts contain a large amount of polyunsaturated fatty acids

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