Health & nutrition

Regardless of whether you're a professional athlete or simply interested in health and fitness, it's easy to integrate almonds into your routine. In fact, a regular 30-gram handful of almonds contributes to heart health. *

Nutritional profile

  • 3.6 grams of protein per serve
  • 13 grams of ‘good’ fat
  • 3.5 grams of fibre
  • More than 25 vitamins and minerals
  • The nut with the highest amount of vitamin E
  • Supports immunity
  • Supports brain health and development

Gut health

  • Almonds are one of the few foods to contain a unique package of fibre, phytochemicals and unsaturated fat, that can all positively affect the gut microbiota composition
  • There is scientific evidence that shows that eating at least 1 large handful (>42g) of almonds daily has a positive effect on gut microbiota


  • Adding almonds to a meal slows digestion and lowers its overall glycaemic index (GI)
  • This can help with managing blood glucose levels at mealtimes


  • Almonds provide a wide range of nutrients that help to keep the body healthy for sport; a small handful per day will help meet needs
  • Almonds contain protein, which is essential for muscle repair and recovery. Including protein-rich foods like almonds in your diet can help support muscle growth and aid in post-workout recovery

Heart health

  • High in monounsaturated 'good' fat
  • Contains no cholesterol or sodium
  • May reduce risk of heart disease
  • Anti-inflammatory properties

* The Australian Dietary Guidelines recommends 30 grams (a handful) of nuts, including almonds, every day. When eaten as part of a healthy, varied diet, almond consumption contributes to heart health without causing weight gain.

Mood & cognition

  • Almonds contain a unique package of nutrients that can support brain structure and function
  • One daily serve (1 handful or 30grams) may help prevent cognitive decline