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This product = Gluten free - Dairy free - Paleo - Vegan - Vegetarian - Pescetarian - Ketogenic
- Healthy fats, protein and fibre that help to keep you satisfied
- Vitamin E for hair, skin, nail health
- High in monounsaturated fats
- Great for heart health and anti-inflammatory
Common Uses Used in cooking, baking, mostly in cakes and biscuits, they make great toppings for muffins, cakes, porridge, smoothie bowls (either toasted or raw), stir-fries, salads and added to trail mixes.
Nutritional Aspects Vitamins: Thanks to the high levels of fats contained in almonds, they are an exceptional source of the fat-soluble Vitamin E, providing 28mg in every 100g almonds (recommended adequate intake is 7mg for women and 10mg for men). Minerals: Almonds also contain a variety of essential minerals including magnesium, phosphorous, potassium, calcium and to a lesser extent Zinc. Protein: Almonds also contain a significant amount of protein at 19.5g/100g, meaning they assist muscle, enzyme and hormone function while increasing the satiation effect of foods.Healthy Fats: Almonds are a great source of healthy fats with 55g/100g. 69% of the almonds fat content is monounsaturated fatty acids, followed by 25% Polyunsaturated fatty acids (all omega-6) with the balance being saturated fatty acids.
Recipes Golden Delicious Apple Cake https://www.thehealthychef.com/2012/04/golden-delicious-apple-cake/
Weight: 250 gm, 500 gm, 1Kg