Back to 5000 years, in Jordan, archaeologists have found the evidence of almonds cultivation. Almonds are the greatest source of unsaturated fat.

According to the American Heart Association, almonds maybe helpful in improving a person's blood cholesterol.

A study done in 2005 reveals that almonds increase the level of vitamin E in the plasma and red blood cells.

A research from 2014 suggests that almonds increase the level of antioxidants in the body.

Almonds reduces heavy appetite that leads to weight loss.

Almonds boost bone health.

Almonds may bless you with a good heart.

Almonds can reduce the risk of cancer, a study done in 2015.

Avoid consuming almonds if you have nut allergy.