Almonds & Health

Almonds are a nutritionally dense and versatile food and are one of the most affordable protein sources across all food types. A great source of Vitamin E as well as protein, fibre, and monounsaturated fats.

Eating a handful of almonds everyday (30gms) is recommended by dieticians for improved heart health.

New Nutritional Facts About Almonds - Things you didn't know!

Building on the recent announcement from FDA about new guidance on the term healthy and how almonds–full of naturally good fats*–now meet the updated definition, there’s more good nutrition news to share: a one ounce serving of almonds now provides half of the daily needs for vitamin E and is a significant source of magnesium and riboflavin, too >> Read More

Nuts & Health

Nuts are a healthy plant food because they are high in healthy fats, protein and fibre, yet they’re often the source of confusion for those wanting to manage their weight.

Lisa Yates, Advanced Accredited Practising Dietitian and Program Manager of Nuts for Life answers some of your common questions about nuts.

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Heart Health

There are plenty of reasons you can feel good about adding a handful of almonds to your daily diet. Among them are many scientific studies that support almonds’ benefits in helping to prevent heart disease.

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9 Evidence-Based Health Benefits of Almonds

Almonds are an incredibly popular tree nut. Despite being high in fat, they are highly nutritious and extremely healthy.

Here are 9 evidence-based health benefits of almonds.

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