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Jackie LeBlanc
Jackie LeBlanc • 1 year ago

Walnut - hull looks like the skull... the nut looks like the brain with at least 13 features exactly like the brain. Greeks believed walnuts and pecans were Brain Food- The grew Walnut and Pecan groves and had the largest explosion of philosophers in history of mankind. - Repeated as remembered from Don Tolman

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A Walnut looks like a little brain, a left and right hemisphere, upper cerebrums and lower cerebellums. Even the wrinkles or folds on the nut are similar to those of the neo-cortex. Scientists claim that walnuts help in developing over three dozen neuron-transmitters within the brain enhancing the signaling & encouraging new messaging link between the brain cells. Walnuts help ward off dementia. They may also extract & break down the protein based plaques associated with Alzheimer’s.

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