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Benefits of Soaked Almonds

Soaked Almonds

You've probably heard a family elder or an elderly family friend recommend that you soak almonds for your growing child or crush soaked almonds into milk for breakfast. Or the idea that someone be given soaked almonds if they are becoming forgetful. So, what is it about almonds that makes them such a miraculous food? Continue reading to learn about the benefits of eating soaked almonds that you may have overlooked or just not understood.

 

Why soaked almonds?

You might be wondering why soaked almonds are always advised. Almonds should be healthful in any form, and you should be able to consume them raw if they are such a nutritious food. The reason is straightforward. The skin of the almond contains tannin, which inhibits nutrient absorption, defeating the purpose of eating them. After soaking in lukewarm water for a few minutes, the almonds are easy to peel. This is useful if you plan to make almond milk.

 

Almonds are a good source of brain food

When it comes to brain health, the value of soaked almonds cannot be emphasised. It's high in vitamin E, which has been shown to help people remember things for longer by increasing alertness and avoiding cognitive decline. Vitamin E has been shown to delay the onset of dementia disorders such as Alzheimer's. Almonds also include omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, which help to improve mental performance. Almonds also increase acetylcholine levels in the brain and are high in tocopherol, folate, mono- and polyunsaturated fatty acids, and polyphenols, all of which have been shown to slow — and in some cases, prevent — brain ageing. When people eat soaked almonds on a daily basis, their memory retention improves. 

 

Enhance neural health

Almonds are high in magnesium. This improves general neural health and keeps your nerves connected, which is important for your central nervous system's health.

 

Reverse aging. Enhance your digestion 

Soaked almonds help digestion by producing lipase, an enzyme that is essential for optimal fat digestion, especially if you eat fried foods like parathas, pakoras, and samosas frequently. Soaked almonds contain vitamin B, which aids in gluten digestion, protein absorption, and toxin neutralisation in the colon.

Furthermore, consuming soaked sweet almonds helps slow down the ageing process since the antioxidant phytochemicals in them — phenols, flavonoids, proanthocyanidins, and phytosterols — combat free radicals and protect your body's cells. These antioxidants prevent the chemical deterioration of your body's cells, thereby extending your life and decreasing inflammation. You may experience indigestion, bloating, or constipation if you consume too many.

 

Almonds Can be the Key to Your Beauty

You may not realise it, but everyday consumption of soaked almonds could be the key to your charm. Almonds include calcium, which helps to strengthen your bones, nails, and teeth. 

Soaked almonds not only help to clear your bowels, but the antioxidants and Vitamin E in them also help to improve the suppleness of your skin. Furthermore, soaked almonds lubricate the skin and microcirculatory channels, supporting all of the body's seven vital tissues.

 

Almonds are beneficial to your hair

Preventing dandruff and hair loss is the best way to achieve a mane that would make a lion jealous. Because soaked almonds are high in protein, they help to strengthen the roots of your hair. 

Almonds contain magnesium and other minerals that help to prevent hair loss and dandruff. Because of its high biotin content, it promotes faster and thicker hair growth. Almonds help to prevent hair loss by reducing stress. 

 

Almonds are good for your heart

The ideal monounsaturated fats, vitamin E, fibre, and arginine found in soaked almonds provide cardiac advantages. The higher prevalence of dyslipidemia in India, owing to a diet high in saturated and trans fats, indicates an increased risk of cardiovascular disease.

Almonds lower cholesterol levels by burning belly fat and targeting LDL (the bad cholesterol in your bloodstream), lowering triglyceride and LDL levels whether you add them to a fresh salad for crunch or eat them as a snack.

The antioxidants in almonds help to prevent lipid oxidation, particularly LDL oxidation. Almonds contain magnesium, which helps to lower blood pressure. 

 

 

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