Subject: Celebrate National Nutrition Month® With Almonds

Celebrate National Nutrition Month® with Almonds | Almond Board of California
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Celebrate National Nutrition Month® with Almonds | Almond Board of California | March 2019
National Nutrition Month® (NNM) officially kicks off this month! And in case you didn’t hear, this year it will be honored as its own theme to emphasize the campaign’s original intent: "To increase the public's awareness of the importance of good nutrition and position Academy members as the authorities in nutrition."
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Nutritious NNM Snacks
These quick and nutritious almond snacks are just what your clients are looking for this National Nutrition Month®. Try these and more on our website.
Almond Berry Bars Almond and White Bean Slaw
Make smart snack choices for National Nutrition Month®, like these bars that combine oats, flax and several different forms of #almonds for one tasty and nutritious snack! @tastybalance aka Lindsay Pine, RDN shows that salads aren’t only for meals. They also make healthy and satisfying snacks, thanks to #almonds
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Swapping In Almonds, Swapping Out Common Snack Foods
A study published in Nutrition Journal modeled the effects of replacing typical snack foods with almonds and other tree nuts.1
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Helpful Handouts
Click here to download the 20 Delicious Ways To Enjoy Almonds Every Day handout Click here to download the Fill Your Pantry With These Essentials handout
Almond Love
Thanks to everyone who is talking about almonds on social media! Here’s a shout-out to a couple of our favorite recent almond mentions.
Almonds with Orange Slices, by &DietitianLaura Almond Butter with Berries on Oatmeal, by &IsabelSmithNutrition
Snack tip...try to pair something carb rich like fruit with protein like nuts to help the snack be a little more satisfying and blood sugar stabilizing.

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Sunday morning oatmeal...you KNOW I love my oatmeal, and on Sunday’s (actually every day) I like to have even a little more fun with it!

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*Good news about almonds and heart health. Scientific evidence suggests, but does not prove, that eating 1.5 ounces per day of most nuts, such as almonds, as a part of a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol may reduce the risk of heart disease. One serving of almonds (28 grams) has 13 grams of unsaturated fat and only 1 gram of saturated fat.
1. Rehm CD and Drewnowski A. Replacing American snacks with tree nuts increases consumption of key nutrients among U.S. children and adults: results of an NHANES modeling study. Nutrition Journal. 2017;16(1):17. doi: 10.1186/s12937-017-0238-5.