• California Walnuts


California Walnuts

Swasth brings health in the form of the finest Californian Walnuts, grown and processed with expert care.

Walnuts are the only tree nut that is an excellent source of alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), the plant-based omega-3 essential fatty acids. Walnuts are also completely free of cholesterol and a good source of magnesium which is an important mineral involved in the body’s processes. A 1 ounce serving of walnuts provides 2.5g of ALA. Walnut contain the ideal ratio of Omega-6 to Omega-3 at 4.2:1.

A study in healthy adults showed that eating a walnut-rich meal prevented oxidative damage of LDL cholesterol. That’s beneficial because oxidized LDL is prone to build up in your arteries, causing atherosclerosis (blockage of blood vessels over time due to fat and cholesterol).

In addition walnuts are excellent sources of protein and fiber.

Most people don’t get enough dietary fiber, which promotes healthy bowel function and helps you feel full–a key component in maintaining a healthy weight.



Prevents/slows damage to cells. Helps lower risk of infections and some forms of cancer. Found in walnut kernel skin.

Polyunsaturated Fat

Reduces risk of heart disease. Essential for brain function. Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids are types of this.

Monounsaturated Fat

Helps lose weight. Reduces risk of heart disease and cancer. Helps with blood sugar control. Reduces inflammation.

Omega 3

Reduces memory loss. Helps with depression. Boosts brain function and productivity. Helps protect and boosts memory.

Omega 6

Primarily used for energy in the right quantities. Ideal ratio of omega 6 to omega 3 is 4:1 or less. Helps treat symptoms of chronic diseases.


Helps manage fluid balance, nerve signals and muscle contractions. Helps reduce blood pressure. Reduces calcium loss preventing osteoporosis. Helps fight kidney stones.

Dietary Fiber

Helps lose and maintain a healthy weight. Helps with digestion. Lowers the risk of type 2 diabetes and heart diseases.


Reduces hunger helping you eat fewer calories. Helps increase muscle mass and strength. Helps maintain bone mass. Boosts metabolism. Helps lose and regulate weight.


Strengthens bones. Needed by heart, muscles and nerves to function properly. Helps with high blood pressure.


Reduces fatigue. Improves muscle strength and boosts immunity. Improves concentration and helps with insomnia. Needed for immune and cardiovascular systems.


Also known as Vitamin B9. Is needed to make red and white blood cells in the bone marrow, convert carbohydrates into energy and produce DNA and RNA. Extremely important during periods of rapid growth such as pregnancy, infancy, and adolescence. Intake higher than 1000 mcg per day can promote cancer growth. 1 ounce of walnuts contains 27.4 mcg of folate. The recommended daily allowance is as follows:

  • 0 to 6 months: 65 mcg
  • 7 to 12 months: 80 mcg
  • 1 to 3 years: 150 mcg
  • 4 to 8 years: 200 mcg
  • 9 to 13 years: 300 mcg
  • ver 14 years: 400 mcg
  • during pregnancy: 600 mcg
  • during lactation: 500 mcg


Helps build strong bones and teeth. Helps filter out waste in the kidneys. Helps to balance and use vitamins such as vitamins B and D, as well as other minerals like iodine, magnesium, and zinc. Assists in muscle contraction. Reduces muscle pain after exercise.


Also known as Vitamin B1. Helps prevent complications in the nervous system, brain, muscles, heart, stomach, and intestines. Involved in the flow of electrolytes into and out of muscle and nerve cells. Helps prevent diseases such as beriberi, which involves disorders of the heart, nerves, and digestive system.

Vitamin B6

Improves mood and reduces symptoms of depression. Promotes brain health and reduces risk of alzheimer’s disease. Helps treat nausea during pregnancy. Prevents atherosclerosis and reduces risk of heart diseases. Helps prevent eye diseases.


Helps absorption of calcium. Reduces risk of type 2 diabetes. Reduces risk of atherosclerosis and high blood pressure. Reduces anxiety.


Removes extra cholesterol and plaque buildup in arteries. Helps reduce risk of heart disease, heart attack and stroke.


Contributes to atherosclerosis. Increases risk of heart attack, stroke and peripheral artery disease.

Frequently Asked Questions

How to store Swasth California Walnuts?

It is suggested to store walnut kernels either in the original packaging or in a zip lock bag. The best place to store them is in your refrigerator or freezer, depending on when you’re going to consume them. If you’re planning on eating the walnuts right away or within 1-4 weeks then place them in your refrigerator. If you will be storing them for a month or longer then the freezer is better.

For InShell walnuts it is better to store them in a jar, uncracked, in a cool and dry place such as the pantry.

Can you cook with Swasth California Walnuts?

Our walnuts can be cooked in any way you prefer (baking, roasting, frying). However due to how special these walnuts are it is suggested to not cook them for a very long duration due to how delicate they are. Our suggested method would be to lightly frying, blending and then adding them to your favorite gravies/sauces to add that extra richness to your dishes. They can be chopped and added as a topping to your favorite desserts and ice cream or blended with a little salt, honey and walnut oil to make walnut butter. They can also be added to smoothies for that nutty taste.

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