Re: [IPk] Re : extreme low carb diet
You still get the fat when you eat the almonds whole though. It doesn't
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> On 20 Feb 2014, at 11:15, Belinda Washington <email @ redacted>
> There are benefits to the fats in almonds.
>> On 20 Feb 2014, at 11:13, Diana Maynard <email @ redacted> wrote:
>> Hi Rhoda
>> I wish you hadn't told me this :-)
>> I've recently discovered that a spoonful of almond nut butter (100% almond,
nothing else) makes a really nice snack and feels more satisfying
> than a handful of almonds, possibly because of the gloopiness of it. Guess I
> should go back to whole almonds!
>>> On 20/02/14 11:09, Rhoda Martin wrote:
>>> Ingrid, apologies for not being clear. Whole almonds are a better
> choice if
>>> trying to reduce fat intake. Obviously you need to chew them to eat and
>>> but this still does not allow anything like the readily accessible
> amount if
>>> fats found in flaked or ground almonds.
>>> Having said that I still enjoy all forms of almonds but use more whole
>>> And yes the other nutrients are available if at lower levels when using
>>> opposed to flaked, nibbled or ground almonds.
>>> As with everything, it is a matter of choice but getting full information
>>> often the challenge as we know to our cost.
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