If you’ve been keeping up with my blog, you already know how avoid “natural” products that don’t really contain wholesome, organic, gluten-free ingredients, and how all-natural almond butter lowers cholesterol, leading to unclogged arteries and a healthier heart. The health benefits of all-natural almond butter go much further than that, so here are a few more reasons why it’s so good for you.

Health Benefits

Great Source of Vitamins

In addition to vitamin E, which works with the antioxidative properties of almonds to reduce artery inflammation and lower the risk of heart disease, all-natural almond butter also contains high amounts of magnesium and potassium. Both of these elements are essential for good heart health, as they assist with nutrient flow and facilitate healthy blood pressure. Other essential minerals like manganese, copper and vitamin B2 are also prevalent in all-natural almond butter and contribute to high energy levels.

If you’re looking for a healthy alternative to sugar-packed coffee and energy drinks, a handful of almonds or a spread of all-natural almond butter on your morning toast is a great way to kick-start your morning with natural energy and essential vitamins. It’s a win-win!



Natural Weight Loss

Despite being high in calories, almonds and all-natural almond butter are full of protein, fiber, and other essential nutrients that will satisfy your sweet tooth while also filling you up. Many people who want to lose weight incorporate almond butter into their diets as a way of reducing hunger and overall calorie intake. There’s no better way to naturally lose weight than by making healthy dietary adjustments and exercising, so use all-natural almond butter to fuel you up before your next run!

Brain Food

Like many nuts, almonds are recognized as one of the best foods for optimal brain function. Believe it or not, almonds are high in riboflavin and L-carnitine, which are linked to healthy neurological activity and reduction of inflammation in the brain that leads to dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, and other disorders. Young and elderly people alike should incorporate almonds into their diets for healthy brain functioning, whether that means preparing for an important exam or mitigating the effects of a neurological disease.

Healthy Blood Sugar

In this day and age, sugar-packed, processed foods make up many shelves in the supermarket. If you’re craving a handful of salty nuts or any kind of nut butter, keep your blood sugar level in mind and reach for an all-natural nut butter instead. Remember those monounsaturated fatty acids I mentioned in the last blog post? In addition to reducing cholesterol, they also slow the rate at which your body releases sugar into the bloodstream, which results in healthy blood sugar and insulin hormone levels. Because of this, organic raw almond butter can help prevent diabetes and other sugar-caused conditions like obesity.

Stay tuned for more health benefits of all-natural almond butter and try mine today! Or, if you prefer peanuts, cashews, or sunflower seeds, check out the other all-natural nut butters I make with wholesome ingredients. Not only is eating healthy good for your body, but it can also taste amazing!

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