Almond

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Almonds are delicious nuts, but they also serve a few important purposes for human health. First and foremost, in the management and prevention of diabetes, almonds can boost magnesium levels, which is a key co-factor in carbohydrate metabolism. By slowing the digestion of carbohydrates and releasing glucose in a more patient manner, the body can balance that more easily with insulin, thus preventing the sugar spikes and crashes. Almonds are also relatively low in carbohydrates, but high in healthy fats and protein, thus helping to form a more balanced diet.

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