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Almonds are not only delicious when eaten raw or roasted, they are also packed with a good amount of nutrients. They are high on dietary fibres and are an excellent source of vitamin E.
Did you know that almonds are also good in fat content, but all of it is mainly monounsaturated in nature? These monounsaturated fats keep the risk of heart diseases at bay. They even lower the level of bad cholesterol.
Vitamin E found in almonds works wonders for your skin and hair. It moisturises the skin and acts as an anti-ageing agent as well. When massaged on the hair it turns the dry, rough and brittle hair into soft and shiny beautiful cascades.
Almond milk is a great substitute for milk or soy milk and it is a good source of nourishment for lactose-intolerant people and vegans.
When it comes to using a gluten-free alternative to wheat flour in cooking and baking, almond flour is the best option.
Regular consumption of almonds can heal your body from the inside out. You can have them raw, roasted or in the form of almond milk or almond oil, or almond flour and lots of other variants.
Therefore, read on to know more about this amazing nut and make sure to include it in your daily meal.
Store-house Of Nutrients
Almonds are loaded with minerals such as manganese and magnesium and vitamins such as vitamin E, protein, fibres and fat (monounsaturated).
They also have some amounts of copper, phosphorus and vitamin B2 (riboflavin).
Almonds Lower The Cholesterol Level And Heart Disease
Almonds have a high content of monounsaturated fats that help in reducing the risk of heart diseases and also lower cholesterol.
Almonds are a rich source of magnesium, which is known to prevent from the risk of heart attacks and hypertension.
Loaded With Antioxidants
Did you know that the thin brown layer on almonds is a reservoir of antioxidant named flavonoids?
These flavonoids team up with vitamin E and help you in fighting against oxidative stress and other diseases.
So, next time, do not peel out the almond skin for best results.
Protects Against Diabetes
When taken after meals, almonds check the rise of glucose and insulin and help our body in regulating the absorption of glucose.
This helps in protecting the body against the sudden rise in blood sugar levels.
Prevents The Risk Of Cancer
Almonds prevent from the risk of colon cancer.
The high content of dietary fibre in almonds improves the movement of food through the colon.
Good For Expecting Mothers
Almonds have a high content of folic acid.
Folic acid activates the healthy cell multiplication and tissue formation.
It also prevents any kinds of birth defects in newborn babies and helps the mothers and babies to stay healthy.
Relieves From Constipation
The dietary fibre in almonds helps in smoothening our bowel movement, thus preventing from constipation.
When 4 to 5 nuts are consumed it is also very good for the bowel functioning.
Aids In Weight Loss
Regular consumption of almonds helps to lose weight.
Almonds are packed with dietary fibre, which makes you feel full, despite of eating only a small portion.
Almonds also are high on monounsaturated fat that satisfies our appetite and thereby prevents us from overeating.
Helps In Lowering Blood Pressure
Almonds have high content of potassium and are very low on sodium.
Potassium helps in regulating the blood pressure level, whereas sodium controls the fluctuation of blood pressure level in the body.