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Walnuts are the most studied, most beneficial nut. When it comes to your health, all nuts are good for you. But when it comes to your liver, walnuts are king.
The same 2015 study that we referenced showing coffee’s benefits to your liver also showed evidence of walnuts’ impact on boosting liver health. Researchers found that walnuts can:
Walnuts are high in omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids and are rich in polyphenol antioxidants, which could cleanse the liver and protect it from inflammation, as shown by studies. Researchers claim that walnuts contain 2 times the antioxidants than other nuts.
A 2021 study showed that when given 1 oz of walnuts in a daily Mediterranean Diet, participants who consumed this amount 5-6 times a week had significantly greater liver fat loss than those who didn’t eat walnuts as often.
You should have at least a handful of raw or unroasted every day — but aim for about ¼ cup.