ALMOND NUT

1,000.00

HEALTH BENEFITS

1.     Rich in Antioxidants & Vitamin E

2.     Control Blood Sugar Levels

3.     Regulate Blood Pressure

4.     Regulate Cholesterol Level

5.     Weight Loss

6.     Prevent Cancer

7.     Prevent Heart Diseases

8.     Boost Brain Health

9.     Improve Bone Health

10.   Boost Energy Production

11.   Good for Pregnancy

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Description

Almonds are packed with vitamins, minerals, protein, and fiber, and are associated with a number of 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.

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

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 goods reasons to include them in your diet.

1.     Rich in Antioxidants & Vitamin E

2.     Control Blood Sugar Levels

3.     Regulate Blood Pressure

4.     Regulate Cholesterol Level

5.     Weight Loss

6.     Prevent Cancer

7.     Prevent Heart Diseases

8.     Boost Brain Health

9.     Improve Bone Health

10.   Boost Energy Production

11.   Good for Pregnancy