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Query from: Your name, Your location, 09/21/04
Topic: NUTRITION      Submitted on: Ammas.com
What r the uses of eating almonds soaked in water overnight?My friend advised me to drink that water in which the almonds are soaked.Can anyone elaborate the uses?

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Response from: Gauri Rai,   
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Hello,

Courtesy: http://www.jewishhealing.com/almond…

Uses of Almonds soaked in water:

Almonds should be soaked to improve their digestibility and nutrition profile. Soaking also removes harmful tannic acid and enzyme inhibitors. Soak in cool water and if possible drain the soaked water after 20-40 minutes. Add fresh water and continue the soaking for another 8-12 hours. If you want to continue and sprout them you can (they make one of the best sprouts) though it is not essential.

If you are interested in knowing other uses of Almonds, please refer to the above mentioned link.

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Response from: bhavika 123,   
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Source: http://www.goodlifeshow.com/goodlif… Almonds not only lend flavor and texture to food but are packed with essential nutrients that guard the body against cardiac diseases and other chronic ailments. Recent studies have shown that while almonds have a high fat content, it is predominantly monounsaturated fat or the `good fat’ which helps reduce levels of bad cholesterol in the body. Almonds provides 20.8 gm of protein per 100 gm of edible portion. Almonds also provide good amounts of calcium, phosphorous, niacin, zinc, and magnesium. They are fair source of iron, fibre, thiamine, and riboflavin. Major limiting factor of almond is that it do not contain vitamin C. Since it is high in protein it is good for bodybuilding and tissue repair. Almond milk is an excellent alternate for cow's milk. It is useful for those who have lactose intolerance. Infact research has shown that consuming 100 grams of almonds a day could reduce cholesterol levels by 12%. The benefits don’t just end there. Almonds are rich in essential nutrients like proteins, which strengthen muscles, tissues and provide energy. Almond has Vitamin E, which reduces the risk of cancer, heart diseases, cataracts apart from nourishing skin and hair. Folic acid in almonds reduces the risk of birth defects and hence are recommended during pregnancy. high dietary fibre protects against heart diseases, diabetes and even colon and rectal cancer. almonds are also a natural source of phytochemicals, which help in preventing chronic diseases. They are also packed with minerals like magnesium, calcium, potassium, copper, zinc, phosphorus and iron. And it's not just about eating healthy. Almonds help a person look good too. The markets are flooded with almond oils and almond based creams claiming to prevent wrinkles, making your skin glow and your hair healthy. Trendier advertising and easy use have made these products appealing even to the younger generation. One can use almond for face massage – for that you would have to crush the kernels, make a paste. Today's generation wants convenience and easy to use products. They get the benefit of the almonds without any fuss, so this is getting more popular. They are high in protein, fat, calories, vitamins, and minerals. Very good for skin also. Whichever way you consume it - on the outside or in your diet it pays to be nuts about almonds!

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