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One serving of almonds equals one ounce, about 23 almonds or ¼ cup. It is a calorie-dense food but also nutrient-dense with the majority of its fat being monounsaturated. One ounce provides about 165 calories, 6 grams protein, 14 grams fat (80% monounsaturated, 15% polyunsaturated, and 5% saturated), 6 grams carbohydrate, and 3 grams fiber.(https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/nutritionsource/food-features/almonds/)
Organic almond whole
How to use
Chopped or slivered unsalted almonds are an easy topping for hot and cold cereals, salads, and baked goods.
Shred the almonds on sliced apples or whole grain toast. For a richer-tasting oatmeal, add a tablespoon of almond shreds as soon as the oats are cooked and stir well.
Try crunchy and nutritious almonds in place of less healthy snacks like chips and pretzels.