Almonds! Why it’s time to say yes to fats in your diet

Find your self dreaming of amazing hair?

Almonds are filled with Vitamin E.

This vitamin boosts the body’s ability to produce keratin, meaning it plays a huge role in preventing hair breakage.

Not only are almonds an amazing beauty bite, they are packed with healthy fats and omega 3.

Almonds are high in monounsaturated fats, which have been linked to a reduced risk of heart disease. Omega 3 is also amazing for heart health and function!

Almonds, like most nuts and seeds, are high in essential vitamins and minerals, and contain the kind of essential fatty acids that are vital for good health. Always make sure to choose un-roasted and unsalted varieties.

It’s best to soak all nuts and seeds or buy ‘activated’ ones if possible! They are typically easier to digest allowing greater nutrient absorption.

Are you meat free? Almonds are a rich source of protein. They are also packed full of important minerals – including potassium, calcium, iron, zinc, manganese and magnesium!

Almonds are amazing in salads, on top of your morning oats, and as the core ingredient to your favourite sweet treats!

Loving almonds?

Try my shaved brussel sprouts and caramelised onion salad or @coconutandbliss’ raw chocolate moose cake!

Beautiful image credit to my gorgeous cousin Hannah!


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