Almonds are packed with vitamins, minerals, protein, and fiber, and are associated with several health benefits. Just a handful of almonds — approximately 1 ounce — contain one-eighth of our daily protein needs.

Almonds may be eaten on their own, raw, or toasted; they are available sliced, flaked, slivered, as flour, oil, butter, or almond milk. Almonds are, in fact, seeds; they are a "drupe" and are therefore not considered a true nut. Almond trees are believed to have been one of the earliest trees to have been domesticated. Evidence of domesticated almond trees dating to 3000-2000 BC have been unearthed in Jordan.

The health benefits of almonds have been documented for centuries, and modern research backs up some of these claims - there any many good reasons to include them in your diet.

Health Benefit

  • Almonds Deliver a Massive Amount of Nutrients
  • Almonds Are Loaded with Antioxidants
  • Almonds Are High in Vitamin E, Which Protects Your Cell Membranes from Damage
  • Almonds Can Assist with Blood Sugar Control
  • Magnesium Also Has Benefits for Blood Pressure Levels
  • Almonds Can Lower Cholesterol Levels
  • Almonds Prevent Harmful Oxidation of LDL Cholesterol
  • Eating Almonds Reduces Hunger, Lowering Your Overall Calorie Intake
  • Almonds Are Incredibly Effective for Weight Loss

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