Shelled Walnuts Health Benefits - Glendas Farmhouse

Input equals output, and this fact is never more true than with nutrition and health. By choosing nutritious foods, prepared in a healthy manner, you can improve your family’s health. Glenda’s Farmhouse shelled walnuts provide many health benefits that merit a constant place on your shopping list.


Glenda’s Farmhouse for the Nutrition Win

Andersen & Sons Shelling, the parent company of Glenda’s Farmhouse, has been producing quality food for over 100 years. We harvest walnuts and almonds and distribute pecans, hazelnuts, cashews, and a range of other products through our peanut-free facilities in Vina, California. 

We can meet the demands of your family’s diet, budget, and schedule with tasty and healthy snacks and ingredients.

Snack for Satisfaction and Sustenance

A healthy diet does not have to equal sacrifice. While avoiding unhealthy fat, sugar, and carbs, you can still have tasty treats for snacks. Recent research into nut consumption has put to rest the myth that nuts are unhealthy. Instead, studies show nuts lead to lower cholesterol and blood pressure levels. 

Walnuts are exceptionally healthy, even when stacked against other nutrition-packed nuts. Lower total cholesterol and LDL cholesterol numbers result from eating walnuts. Additionally, triglycerides and apoprotein B are both decreased. All of these lowered numbers signal improvements in cardiovascular health. 

Chronic inflammation leads to heart disease, type II diabetes, cognitive-related diseases, cancer, and other serious illnesses. Walnuts, however, can protect from body inflammation. Walnuts contain antioxidants like polyphenols and Vitamin E that fight against the free radicals in the body that cause inflammation. 

Weight gain has always been a concern around nut consumption; however, consuming walnuts helps manage weight. The body consumes fewer calories than contained within the nuts for a net negative caloric result. 

The unique nature of walnuts stems from the particular fats contained within them. Walnut fats are monounsaturated and polyunsaturated, and the nuts include Omega 3 fatty acids – alpha-linolenic and linoleic. This nutritional content makes the walnut a superfood with an incredible anti-inflammatory effect. 

As you add walnuts to your family’s diet, remember that the overall picture of what you eat matters. One good choice doesn’t make up for fifty bad ones.

Walnut Nutrition Content

Serving Size = ¼ cup = 28 g = about a handful

  • 180 Calories
  • 162 Calories from Fat
  • 18 g Total Fat
  • 5 g Saturated Fat
  • 0 mg Sodium
  • 4 g Carbohydrates
  • 2 g Net Carbs
  • 2 g Fiber
  • 1 g Glucose
  • 4 g Protein
  • 0 µ Vitamin A
  • 0 mg Vitamin C
  • 20 mg Calcium

Prepare Purposeful Meals

From walnut sauces to walnut bread, toasted and seasoned walnut snacks, walnut brownies, and beyond, walnuts make a long list of dishes better, nutritionally and flavorfully. Store your walnut supply in airtight containers in the refrigerator for the short term or in the freezer for extended periods. 

Gain all the health benefits of shelled walnuts by making a regular purchase from Glenda’s Farmhouse. When you have walnuts at-the-ready for cooking and snacking, your family will be much more likely to make smart food choices, and each good choice leads to lifelong good habits!