All kinds of vitamins and minerals. 6g of protein. 4g of fiber. That irresistible crunch. Clearly, almonds have a lot to offer. So, give your clients the information they need to see what’s really possible with almonds.
Help your clients help their hearts by suggesting that they make almonds part of their everyday routines. With every crunch of heart-smart nutrients, including vitamin E, magnesium, antioxidants, fiber and “good” fats, almonds will help them feel great.
Put these heart-health and diet-specific resources to work for your clients who have high cholesterol, heart conditions or risk factors.
Snacking for Success
Your clients have a lot on their plates, so they need a snack that can keep up no matter what comes their way. Here are some ideas that will help move the needle from mindless munching to conscious crunching.
Almonds, almond butter, almond flour and almond milk make going gluten free tastier than your clients have probably ever thought possible. An ounce of almonds also contains iron (1.1mg) and fiber (4g), which are often lacking in the gluten-free diet.
What’s in an ounce? We actually have a pretty specific answer to that question. One ounce, or the ideal daily portion of almonds, is about 23 nuts. Just tell your clients to remember 1, 2, 3: 1 ounce is 23 almonds.
These handouts have a handful of other ideas on how to measure the right portion, and then there are always our perfect-portion almond tins, which make things even simpler (and more stylish).
We know good nutrition can be complicated for your clients, so we created these helpful handouts to make the journey easier. From tips on reading the food label to food diaries and pantry checklists, the handouts below feature simple ways for your clients to start making powerful changes today.