- the large wrinkled edible seed of a deciduous tree, consisting of two halves contained within a hard shell which is enclosed in a green fruit.
- 2.the tall tree which produces walnuts, with compound leaves and valuable ornamental timber that is used chiefly in cabinetmaking and gun stocks.
- Almond. Almond is an edible seed and native to Southwestern Asia. It can be eaten raw, blanched, or roasted. Almonds are used to make marzipan, a sweet paste made in Europe.
- Cashew. Cashew nuts are rich in zinc, copper, iron, magnesium, and phosphorous. It helps to increase the carrying capacity for HDL and lower LDL. It’s a tropical evergreen tree that produces the cashew apple and cashew seed.
- Dates. Dates are the fruits of the tree; it is grown in many tropical regions. Wrinkled skin of dates indicates dry dates and smooth skin indicates fresh dates.
- Berries. Berry is a pulpy, small, and nutritionally dense food. It is sour or sweet taste and is used in jams, desserts, and preservatives. They are tropically high in Vitamin C, Fiber, and Antioxidant Polyphones.
A walnut is the nut of any tree of the genus Juglans (family Juglandaceae), particularly the Persian or English walnut, Juglans regia. A walnut is the edible seed of a drupe, and thus not a true botanical nut. It is commonly consumed as a nut. After full ripening for its edible seed when the shell has been discarded, it is used as a garnish or a snack. Nuts of the eastern black walnut (Juglans nig...
- May support gut health. Pears are a good source of both soluble and insoluble fibre, there is growing evidence of the importance of fibre and the role it may play in the health of our gut microbiota (the community of bacteria that live in our intestines) and in preventing obesity and type 2 diabetes.
- May lower the risk of type 2 diabetes. A study looking at the benefits of flavonoids, including the anthocyanins found in fruit like pears, suggests regular consumption may reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes.
- May help weight management. Pears are low in calories and high in fibre and water which helps to keep you feeling full. A study investigating the effects of adding fruit, such as apples or pears, to the diet versus oats, found fruit helped reduce energy consumption and body weight over time.
- May support heart health. Pears are rich in beneficial flavonoids that support the heart by imp