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Delicious Almonds Make Healthy Valentine Snacks

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When it comes to healthy Valentine snacks, almonds are a natural choice becuase they contain a number of key nutrients our bodies need.


Almonds in a bowl and on a table.

In fact, almonds are a healthy snack anytime, not just on Valentine’s Day.

To make them extra special for your loved one however be sure to check out the recipes below.

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Almonds Are Healthy!

Almonds are one of the best delicious healthy snacks around.

They taste great, are filling and supply you with an optimal mix of health boosting nutrients.

So this Valentine’s Day instead of gorging on unhealthy snacks, give almonds a try.

You will feel more alert, have more energy and enjoy the day a lot more because you won’t feel bogged down by sweets.

Here are some of the main nutrients almonds contain.


Almonds contain high levels of manganese.

This powerful nutrient is responsible for helping the body run efficiently by supporting the production of several important hormones.

In addition to this, manganese helps your body break down carbohydrates, fats and protein and utilize several key vitamins and minerals.

Finally, it keeps your nervous system and reproductive system healthy.

Vitamin E

Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant that can be found in almonds.

Its main role is to protect your body’s cells from dangerous free radicals.

It also boosts your eyes and your nervous system.

In addition to this, vitamin E protects against cancer, diabetes and heart disease.


Almonds are a fantastic source of magnesium.

This impressive nutrient is needed to perform over 300 biochemical reactions inside your body.

Some of its main roles include relaxing the muscles and nerves, improving blood flow and building strong healthy bones.



Monounsaturated Fat

Monunsaturated fats are a healthy fat that can be found in almonds.

They can protect against cancer, diabetes and heart disease.

In addition to this, they are needed by your body to fully utilise fat soluble vitamins.

Finally, monounsaturated fats can relieve painful inflammation within the body.


Almonds are a brilliant source of cell building protein.

The main role of this macronutrient is to build, maintain and repair your body’s cells.

However, it also assists in the production of important chemicals, helps maintain fluid balance in the body and ensures that wounds heal properly.

Final Thoughts

Snacking on almonds this Valentine’s Day has countless benefits.

They are gluten-free.

Remember that eating almonds in moderation is the key because just like anything you can overdo the amount of almonds you eat and that can have negative health consequences such as weight gain, kidney stones and of course the potential to develop an allergy to them.

If you are not that fond of plain almonds purchase coated almonds or try the recipes below:

Butter Fried Almonds:

Chop up some almonds and fry them in butter then use them to garnish your main Valentine’s Day meal.

These would also be fantastic in brownies or on top of ice cream.

Sugar Coated Almonds:

Sugar coated almonds – plain, candy coated or with cinnamon – can be purchased from most confectionary shops.

These are a perfect snack for people with a sweet tooth.

If you are going to be out and about, carry a small bag with you so can enjoy this sweet but healthy treat throughout the day.

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