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Almonds are high in protein, fat, vitamins, iron, potassium and calcium. It is usually eaten raw, but we encourage using it as an ingredient.
Good to know
- Good for the brain - contains two vital brain nutrients, riboflavin and L-carnitine, which have been shown to increase brain activity
- Good for the heart
- Bone health - a fantastic source of many vitamins and minerals, and phosphorous is definitely counted among them!
- Antioxidant benefits with high vitamin E content
- Protein power plus
- Loaded with dietary fiber
Almonds last a long time in the pantry, so don't worry about buying too much in one go.
Here's a tip
Include almonds as an ingredients in your granola bowl, salad, cookies and more! Don't forget that you can make your own Almond milk too.