Almonds, Raw, Whole & Organic 1kg

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Benefits;


Protein, fibre, essential fatty acids, omega-3 and omega-6, vitamin E, zinc, calcium, iron, phosphorus, potassium, and magnesium.


Uses;


Trail Mix, Nut Butter, Salads, Stir Fries, Smoothies

Almonds, Raw, Whole & Organic 1kg

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Choose almonds and you get a Superfood that delivers super results, including natural cures to major dis-ease. Superfoods are whole foods found naturally in nature - preferably organic and raw. A hand-full a day assures wellness in many areas.


Almonds can dramatically decrease your risk of heart disease, diabetes, and cancer,


reduce your weight (without hunger)


and add nutrition (vitamin e) and natural oils that reduce the signs of aging like wrinkles and sagging skin.


What's not to like?


Health is a choice you make every day - with every bite you eat.


Heart disease is the number one cause of death in the United States. Studies involving more than 220,000 participants show that diets that include a handful of almonds a day help significantly to reduce the risk of heart disease, the leading killer of both men and women. Almonds saved the lives of over half those studied.
Why? Because raw almonds contain powerful antioxidants and anti-inflammatories and heart disease is an inflammatory condition.


"The human body heals itself
and nutrition provides the resources
to accomplish the task."



Roger Williams Ph.D.



Health and maintaining wellness is a choice you make every day, with every meal and snack you eat. Superfoods, like almonds, are foods that have been used for centuries for their nutrition and healing properties.


Almonds in ancient history


Almonds originated in Central Asia, growing wild along the ancient Silk Road trade route. Merchants traveling between China and the West traded and used almonds themselves, spreading them throughout the ancient world. Almonds grow in a hot, arid climate and spread into those climates in the Middle East to Northern Africa and around the Mediterranean.