Almonds are a nutritious, portable, low-carbohydrate food that can be used in cooking or eaten as is. Almonds can be purchased salted, unsalted, raw, or roasted. Almonds are also highly versatile. They can be turned into almond butter, made into almond milk, or ground to make almond meal.
Research suggests that eating nuts on a regular basis might contribute to better heart health and other health benefits.1 Almonds can be a great choice, as they provide protein, fibre, and micronutrients such as vitamin E and iron. Raw and roasted almonds are sodium-free, which is important for people who have a history of hypertension or are looking to lower their sodium intake for other reasons.
Almond Nutrition Facts
This nutrition information, for one ounce of almonds (28g) or about 24 whole almonds, is provided by the USDA.2
A single serving of almonds provides 6.1 grams of carbohydrate. Almonds are a good source of fiber and have a lower glycemic index than many other nuts,3 making them a good choice for people on low-carb diets.
Our Almonds, have developed a gentle sweet and nutty flavour. These delicious almonds have the peculiarity to go through different shades of white overtime, and they are with vitamin E, vitamin K, magnesium and potassium. These vitamins and minerals help oxygen and nutrients flow freely through the blood and lower bad cholesterol.
They are also known as a bone-building food, being rich in calcium, manganese, copper, protein, and zinc, all of which contribute to bone health. Not only are our White Almonds the ideal healthy snack, but they are also the perfect addition to your morning granola and to your trail mix.