Why Almonds Health & Nutrition Almonds are one of the world’s most nutritious foods. Over 20 years of research shows that eating almonds can offer an array of benefits to good health. From Our Magazine View All Wrinkle Study: When it comes to natural beauty, almonds fit right in. 8/13/2020 High Impact Habits with Max Lugavere 4/17/2023 Dietitian E-News: Celebrate Earth Day and Plant-Based Nutrition 3/28/2023 Dietitian E-News: Celebrate National Nutrition Month with Almonds 2/23/2023 3 Surprising Health Benefits of Almonds You Might Not Know 2/9/2023 Nutritional Value Almonds pack a powerful nutrient punch. With 6 grams of plant protein, 4 grams of fiber, 13 grams of "good" unsaturated fats (only 1 gram of saturated fat), magnesium, antioxidant vitamin E, and so much more in every healthy handful, almonds are the perfect crunch for every diet. PDF Tree Nut Comparison Chart Learn More Health Benefits Almonds for a healthy life. From heart health to weight management, diabetes and more, almonds benefit you in so many ways.1 PDF Take These Tips to Heart Learn More Beauty Benefits Natural beauty from the inside out. Skin care regimens abound but emerging research suggests that one delicious addition to your skincare routine may be in your pantry instead of your makeup kit: almonds. Learn More Research Explore our research on the health benefits of almonds. For over 20 years, the Almond Board has invested in sound science to better understand the benefits of including almonds in your diet. The current body of almond nutrition research totals over 175 peer-reviewed publications on subjects such as heart health, weight management, diabetes and blood sugar regulation, and more. PDF State of the Science Learn More 1. Scientific evidence suggests, but does not prove, that eating 1.5 ounces of most nuts, such as almonds, as part of a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol may reduce the risk of heart disease. One serving on almonds (28g) has 13g of unsaturated fat and only 1g of saturated fat.