Almond milkshakes were once commonly consumed in the Middle East and the Europe. They are known for their nutritional benefits apart from the creamy texture and the nutty taste. They are an extremely rich source of fibre, protein, magnesium, vitamin E, manganese, selenium, potassium, zinc, phosphorus, iron, calcium and tryptophan. They also contain flavonoids, which prove to be beneficial when it comes to lowering the level of bad cholesterol.
Apart from their nutritional value, almonds also contain powerful antioxidants, which help in making our immune system stronger while inhibiting the growth of the free radicals. It is also known that … Continue reading
Badam (Almond) milkshakes are healthier than regular milkshakes since they contain more minerals and vitamins. It is easy to make several types of badam milkshakes at home.
Badam milk is rich in proteins, which helps in improving body growth making it a perfect health drink after workouts. It got a good amount of vitamin E, Selenium, Magnesium, Zinc, Calcium, Potassium, Iron and Phosphorus. For those who wish to lose weight, it is the perfect choice since it is almost fat free. Moreover, badam milk has low saturated fats and cholesterol, but it contains some amount of omega-3 fatty acids, which … Continue reading
Almonds are the most common dry fruit consumed all over the world. It actually is the seed of the almond fruit. For commercial usage, they can be salted or roasted. It is believed that almonds have a better effect when eaten with the skin, but if you want them without it. You can soak them overnight in warm water (helps in peeling the skin).
This super food is packed with vitamins and minerals, which help in revitalizing many organs of our body. They have a variety of health benefits to offer ranging from healthier hair and skin to better cardiovascular health and digestion.