Subject: Celebrate March With Almonds

National Nutrition Month® | Almond Board of California

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National Nutrition Month ® | March 2018
It’s one of our favorite times of the year—National Nutrition Month®! This year’s theme, “Go Further with Food,” focuses broadly on healthy eating, including planning meals and snacks in advance to help manage portion sizes while reducing food waste. In fact, two of the key messages from the “Go Further with Food” campaign pertain to food waste, a growing concern around the world and one that has garnered significant media attention. Read more here.
Almond Recipes
Here are two of our favorite weekend meal prep recipes for smart eating all week long. For more delicious almond recipe ideas, you’ll love our online recipe center.
Almond Butter and Puffed Quinoa Squares  
Almond Butter and Puffed Quinoa Squares
Sample Tweet: Double up on protein while enjoying these tasty #almond and puffed #quinoa squares made by our RDN friend @80twentyrule!
  Creamy Dairy-Free Pesto Pasta by Chef Dan Churchill
Creamy Dairy-Free Pesto Pasta by Chef Dan Churchill
Sample tweet: Looking for creamy, but need to avoid dairy? You can thank @dan_churchill for our delicious Creamy Pesto Pasta with #almonds!
Research Update:
Research from the EPIC-PANACEA study shows that a higher intake of nuts is associated with reduced weight gain and a lower risk of becoming overweight or obese.1 Read more here or check out this video explaining the study and its findings.
Pantry staples that won't go to waste Infinite ways to use almonds in meal planning
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Almond Love
Thanks to everyone who is talking about almonds on social!
Here's a shout-out to a few of our favorite recent almond mentions!
Persimmon & Almond Overnight Oats @nutritionbynaz
Start your morning off with my Persimmon & Almond Overnight Oats! This recipe is a great protein packed option for your breakfast. #proteinpacked #almonds
Lemon/lime tofu creme @laurenpincusrd
I know this looks like ice cream, but it’s TOFU! My new obsession is my lemon or lime tofu creme. It’s super easy, 3 ingredients...
#delicious #almonds
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*Good news about almonds and heart health. Scientific evidence suggests, but does not prove, that eating 1.5 ounces per day of most nuts, such as almonds, as part of a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol may reduce the risk of heart disease. One serving of almonds (28 grams) has 13 grams of unsaturated fat and only 1 gram of saturated fat.
1. Freisling, H., Noh, H., Slimani, N., Chajès, V., May, A. M., Peeters, P. H.. & Mancini, F. R. Nut intake and five-year changes in body weight and obesity risk in adults: results from the EPIC-PANACEA study. European Journal of Nutrition.2017: 1–10.