A SUMMER OF GREAT HEALTH

With summer in full swing, you and your family need all the energy you can get. In what will be a very active summer holiday period, your children will need the energy to match their excitement. Enrich their learning experience and power you and your family’s summers with the benefits of almonds. A source of energy and nutrition, enjoy these tree nuts whole or as an ingredient in a variety of easy to make snacks.

CHOOSE A DIET LOW IN SATURATED FAT.
CHOOSE ALMONDS

Active or Hectic

Many of us lead a lifestyle that is hectic rather than active. We devote our time to many different things but neglect good nutrition. It could be our work, our social life or taking care of our family’s needs. When hungry or in a mood for snacks, we often resort to comfort foods. Our diet could benefit from something healthy and convenient, something that has been a part of Indian culture for hundreds of years, but is still relevant and suitable for this new, modern day setting. With the presence of good unsaturated fats and a low saturated fat content, almonds could be the perfect addition to any lifestyle.

Healthy and Convenient

Almonds are a wholesome tree nut loaded with health benefits. To begin with, a 100g serving of almonds contains vitamin E (25.63mg), fibre (12.5g), protein (21.15g) and many other useful nutrients and minerals. With a daily suggested serving of only 23 almonds (about a handful), this nutrition comes in a package perfect for any kind of lifestyle. With such a nutrient profile, almonds are a snack that you can benefit from whenever and wherever you like.

Low in Saturated Fat, High in Health Benefits

Almonds are low in saturated fat. One serving of almonds (28g) has 13g of unsaturated fats and only 1g of saturated fat.* As part of a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol, almonds are also heart-healthy.* This is just one of many health benefits that almonds can provide. In fact, there are over 130 peer-reviewed studies to date which together support the benefits of regular consumption of almonds for heart health, diabetes andweight management when eaten as part of a healthy diet.*

The Right Balance

Any lifestyle, especially a hectic one, can benefit from the addition of a healthy snack like almonds. They are convenient, tasty and most importantly, healthy. Munch on them when hungry or if you have a long day ahead and, ifyou like, sneak in some honey-glazed almonds to add a little sweet to your healthy treat. For those of us looking to make a healthy start, why not start with almonds? It could make all the difference.