The Benefits of a walnut Diet for Alzheimer’s.

Walnut Supplementation in the Diet Reduces Oxidative Damage and Improves Antioxidant Status in Transgenic Mouse Model of Alzheimer’s Disease.
Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, July 2018

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Walnut consumption contributes to healthy aging.

Greater adherence to the Alternative Healthy Eating Index is associated with lower incidence of physical function impairment in the Nurses’ Health Study.
The Journal of Nutrition. May 2016

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Walnuts May Reduce Depression.

Lower Depression Scores among Walnut Consumers in NHANES.
Nutrients. December 2018. 

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Polyphenols in walnuts help prevent disease

Health benefits of walnut polyphenols: An exploration beyond their lipid profile.
Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition. December 2015

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A Mediterranean diet supplemented with walnuts and dried fruit counteracts age-related cognitive decline

Mediterranean diet and aged-related cognitive decline: A randomized clinical trial.
Journal of the American Medical Association. July 2015

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A diet with walnuts improves memory and concentration in adults

A cross sectional study of the association between walnut consumption and cognitive function among adult US populations represented in NHANES.
The Journal of Nutrition, Health and Aging. 

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Walnut-Fortified Diet May Delay the onset of Alzheimer’s and Slow Its Progression.

Dietary supplementation of walnuts improves memory deficits and learning skills in transgenic mouse model of Alzheimer’s disease.
Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease

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Walnuts and their effects on cognitive development in young people.

Effects of walnut consumption on cognitive performance in young adults.
British Journal of Nutrition. May 2012

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Walnut consumption in elderly people at risk of cardiovascular disease is associated with improved cognitive function

Polyphenol-rich foods in the Mediterranean diet are associated with better cognitive function in elderly subjects at high cardiovascular risk.
Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease.

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Walnuts May Protect Brain Cells, Reduce Risk of Alzheimer’s

Protective effects of walnut extract against amyloid beta peptide-induced cell death and oxidative stress in PC12 cells.
Neurochemical Research. November 2011.

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Effects of nut consumption on cognitive and motor function in elderly mice.

Dose-dependent effects of walnuts on motor and cognitive function in aged rats. British Journal of Nutrition.
April 2009

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