Hi Fellow Nut Lovers,
Had a great question from Tammy after her doctor suggested she added almonds to her diet.
My rec. is simple
1. Look at your lifestyle and see where you can add a healthy snack in 1-2x/day.- To/from work, gym, shopping.
2. Buy a quality product: Gold Coast Nuts Raw Almonds- http://www.goldcoastnuts.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=ARNS100
3. Enjoy the great taste and health benefits of nuts!
PS always remember to make sure you understand “the why” when your doc recommends things so you stay in the driver seat of your own health!
Almonds pack a lot of punch for their size! They are a very good source of protein vitamin E, manganese, biotin, and copper. Almonds are a good source of magnesium, molydenum, riboflavin (vitamin B2), and phosphorus. Research associates eating almonds with a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease, diabetes and obesity! Not to mention that the healthy mono-unsaturated fats also help keep you satisfied and taste GREAT!
Eat some almonds today!
For your platinum health,
Kristin MS, RDN, LDN, CSG