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Description almond almonds - the name of the genus of plants of the same name, and drain
fruit. Mistakenly considered to be almond nut, but actually is a stone
fruit. Almond is considered the birthplace of the territory of Central Asia and Asia Minor, where he
was domesticated in the 4th millennium BC. Oe. Then, spread almonds in
other countries of the ancient world, in particular grew in ancient Greece
and Rome. Today, almond is a common food crop,
and among its biggest producers are the USA, China and most of
Mediterranean countries. Almonds - a valuable food product. Seed kernels of almonds
eaten fresh, roasted or salted as well as their use
the manufacture of confectionery, marzipan, some varieties of chocolates
and expensive chocolates or liqueur added, giving it a subtle flavor and aroma,
and derived from almonds, butter seasoned salads, rice and vegetable dishes.
Almond oil is widely used not only in food but also in
perfume and pharmaceutical industries. It is used in the production of
soap (bitter almond varieties), cosmetic ointments and medications.
Bagasse, remaining after the extraction of almond oil, used for cooking
halva or as fodder for domestic animals. Even the shell of the almond
seed finds its way - from her make activated carbon and
used as a flavoring and colorant brandies and liqueurs. Composition
Almonds 100g Almonds contain: * Water - 4 g * Protein - 18.5 g Fat *
- 57.8 grams * Carbohydrates - 16.2 g * Dietary Fiber (cellulose) - 2.5 g * Ash
- 3.6 g almonds in almond Vitamins: Vitamin A (beta carotene) - 0.02 mg
* Vitamin B1 (thiamine) - 0.25 mg Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) - 1.0 mg * Niacin
(Vitamin B3 or vitamin PP) - 3.4 mg * Pantothenic acid (Vitamin B5)
- 0.47 mg Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) - 0.14 mg * Folic acid (vitamin
B9) - 50 mcg Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) - 1.5 mg Vitamin E (tocopherol)
- 26.2 mg Nutrients in almonds: * Potassium - 750 mg * Calcium - 264 mg *
Magnesium - 235 mg * Sodium - 10 mg * Phosphorus - 470 mg of Trace Elements in almonds:
* Iron - 3.7 mg * Iodine - 2 mcg * Manganese - 1.9 mg * Copper - 140 mcg * Fluoride
- 90 mcg * Zinc - 2.1 mg calorie count per 100 g of almonds on the average
contains about 645 calories. Useful properties of almond Avicenna wrote
about the many beneficial properties of almond, particularly noted for its usefulness for
liver, spleen and kidneys. Besides eating almonds helps
improve vision, it is recommended for anemia, diabetes, asthma, pleurisy,
ulcers and gastritis with high acidity, insomnia, headaches,
spasm, various injuries and bruises. It is noticed that regular use
almond nut effect on human sedative, stimulates the
brain and Almond oil helps cleanse the kidneys and bladder,
lowers "bad" cholesterol and increases appetite. It is also recommended
for the treatment of diseases of the cardiovascular system, breast cancer, pneumonia
and sore throat, flatulence, and sprains. In folk medicine
almonds consumed in insomnia, anemia, and as cough medicine.
Oil of almonds used to treat ulcers, herpes, and lichen. Assists
it is from the sun freckles and spots, and in conjunction with the wine used to wash
head to get rid of dandruff. Beware of almonds! Almonds are contraindicated
in case of individual intolerance. You must also comply
care for people with excess weight, because it is a high-calorie
product. Immature fruits contain a certain amount of almonds, cyanide
so when they are used in large quantities there is a risk of poisoning.
Some varieties of almonds (bitter) are composed of hydrocyanic acid,
which is extremely toxic substance. Therefore, their use may
fried, and only in small quantities. In the category of risk as
includes children who are easily poisoned by even small amounts of
seeds of sweet almonds.

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