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Walnuts - The Mighty Brain Food!

Walnuts have been considered brain food from way back when. Originally named brain food because it’s shape is strikingly similar to the brain. Consuming walnuts helps promote brain function. There are two types of walnuts, brown and black. Whatever your preference, eating a handful of these tasty treats will keep the doc away. Here are a few tips and recipes to enjoy your way to a healthy brain.

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