Updated: Jun 7, 2021
Did you over do your workout? Eat some almonds! Almonds are a good source of magnesium, calcium and potassium and will help prevent or lessen calf cramps a.k.a "charley horses."
Are you working on blood sugar balance? Eat some almonds! Almonds are a low-glycemic index food, so they are very supportive if you have been diagnosed with Syndrome X, Fatty Liver, Pre-Diabetes or Diabetes.
Need a high-quality afternoon snack? Eat some almonds! Almonds have 14 grams of fat, 6 grams of protein, and 4 grams of fiber. They will be filling and support your digestion.
Should you eat raw or roasted almonds? Interestingly, the nutrient content from raw to roasted is about the same. To satisfy hunger cravings faster, enjoy some sea salt roasted almonds.
What's the scoop on almond butter vs whole almonds? It takes a little over two cups of almonds to make one cup of almond butter. If you're watching calories, you may want to stick with whole roasted almonds in order to really measure your consumption.