Bulk Almonds
Bulk Almonds
Wild Soil® Almonds

Bulk Almonds

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Beyond Beef™ High Protein Almonds: Our raw Beyond Almonds™ have naturally so much more protein than other almonds that they even contain more protein than most raw cuts of beef such as hamburger, ribeye steak, filet mignon steak, prime rib roast, New York strip and porterhouse steak! (Per 100 gram serving from USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference)  And, as a reminder, almonds also contain fatty acids, lipids, amino acids, proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals and secondary metabolites not to mention dozens and dozens of polyphenols.  Beef can’t compete with plant nutrition.

Contain naturally occurring prebiotics and probiotics.

Our almonds are very unique: they have superior health and taste. They are grown in soils our forefathers knew – biodiverse and productive. Our diversity and vitality are proven and certified.  Sustainably grown without any toxic/sterilizing Class 1 pesticides or any herbicides such as Roundup/glyphosate.

Estate grown – direct from the farm.

Distinct and Superior to Organic®. Sustainably grown. Steam pasteurized (no chemicals used). Certified Kosher.   Non-GMO.

Consuming just 20 grams of nuts per day (about 20 almonds) may reduce the risk of death and chronic disease, according to a recent massive meta-analysis of 20 studies and 820,000 participants by the Imperial College London School of Public Health published in the journal of BMC Medicine.  Their “results provide further evidence that nut consumption may reduce the risk of coronary heart disease, stroke, cardiovascular disease, total cancer, and all-cause mortality, and possibly mortality from diabetes, respiratory disease, and infectious disease.  In 2013, an estimated 4.4 million deaths may be attributable to a nut intake below 20 grams per day in North and South America, Europe, Southeast Asia, and the Western Pacific.  These findings support dietary recommendations to increase nut consumption to reduce chronic disease risk and mortality.”[1]

 

 

[1] Aune, D. et al. 2016. BMC Medicine 14:207.

https://bmcmedicine.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12916-016-0730-3