It’s generally believed and agreed by historians (and food historians in particular) that almonds were one of the earliest cultivated foods by mankind. Almond Day celebrates this and all things almond, and rightly so, given their high vitamin E content, their effectiveness at reducing cholesterol levels and helping with weight loss!
The benefits of almonds for pregnant women when processed and consumed appropriately include: 1. Contains high antioxidants 2. Stabilize blood pressure and facilitate blood circulation 3. Energy booster 4. Strengthens and nourishes bones 5. Prevent metabolic disorders (facilitate digestion) 6. Lowers bad cholesterol 7. Maintain protein intake 8. Improve the immune system 9. Prevents the… Continue reading Benefits of Almonds for Pregnant Women
Almonds are native to the Middle East and India. In Iran, India, Afghanistan, Azerbaijan and countries in Central Asia, almonds are called badam. From its native region, almonds then spread to northern Africa and southern Europe. From southern Europe, almonds are brought to other parts of the world, especially California, the United States. The United… Continue reading Know More About Almond Plants
Almonds are one of healthy snacks. In fact, almonds become one of the favorite snacks for dieters. Almonds are also often categorized as part of a group of nuts. However, the reality is not so. Almonds are not nuts but fruit. How come? Reported by the Daily Meal page, almonds are seeds from almond fruit.… Continue reading Almonds – Fruits or Nuts
One variation of processed almonds is almond milk. Almond milk is very beneficial for the health of the body, it is also safe for pregnant women. Especially if consumed regularly. Some of the benefits are: 1. Good for heart health 2. Stabilize blood pressure 3. Low calories 4. Streamlining digestion and metabolism 5. Reducing the… Continue reading Almond Milk – Plant Milk to Keep Healthy