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Regardless of whether you're a professional athlete or simply interested in health and fitness, it's easy to integrate almonds into your routine. Our resources show you how!

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5 Biggest Nutrition Myths Busted

Nuts are not fattening. As nuts have a fairly high fat content- somewhere between 45-75% depending on the nut, (almonds contain around

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Almonds for weight management

Almonds are high in protein and fibre, which help to increase satiety and control appetite.

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Almonds for good health

Almonds are rich in prptein and packed with vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.

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Almonds for heart health

Compelling evidence shows that consuming almonds as part of a healthy diet protects against CVD without causing weight gain.

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Almonds and diabetes

Diabetes has overtaken heart disease and cancer as the fastest growing chronic condition in Australia.

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Almonds for heart health

Eating a handful of almonds every day as part of a healthy diet may help reduce the risk of CVD including heart disease.

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Almonds for good health

Almonds are a protein-rich, versatile tree nut packed with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and phytochemicals beneficial to health.

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Almonds for diabetes

Eating a handful of almonds (30g) every day as part of a healthy diet may help manage the risk factors for type 2 diabetes.

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Almonds for weight management

Almonds are high in protein and fibre, which help to increase satiety and control appetite.

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Almonds and plant protein

Nuts generally have the highest total protein content among common sources of plant protein, including grains, legumes and soy.

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Festive season

Christmas is a time for unwinding, spending time with loved ones and enjoying festive food without guilt.

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Health claims & nutrition

Almonds are a healthy addition to our daily diet.

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