New heart health research


New research investigates how eating almonds can improve vascular health.

This research study led by Dr.Wendy Hall, Reader in Nutritional Sciences at King’s College London and published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition investigates how substituting snacks such as chips and biscuits with almonds can improve endothelial function, a key indicator of vascular health, and lower ‘bad’ LDL-cholesterol. 

The outcome of this trial showed that replacing snacks such as chips with almonds, as 20% of total calorie intake, has the potential to reduce adjusted relative cardiovascular disease risk by 32%.

To find out more information on this study please click here.