Almond Lowers Cholesterol

Not like cashews or peanuts, you get to know almonds from chocolates and cakes.

In fact, almonds, as other beans, can be eaten just like that, either fried or baked. This nut is less popular because it only exists in the form of snack.

Almonds are actually the seeds of the tree. These nuts are rich in phytochemicals and nutrients. There's vitamin E which can maintain stability of eye conditions. It also contains a number of minerals, such as magnesium, potassium, manganese, copper, and phosphorus, also flavonoids: catechin, epicatechin, and kaempferol.

Equally important is the unsaturated fatty acid also high, almost 70 percent, helpful in lowering bad cholesterol.

So, slipping these almonds in a variety of foods, in addition to giving better flavor, can improve health conditions.

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