Almond Day

Almond Day Comes on February 16 of every year. Almonds are one of the most heart-healthy available on the market. They are delicious, and their nuts are full of Vitamin E, fiber, magnesium, and it can help in lowering the cholesterol level. Hence Almond Day is a day to celebrate the Almond by enjoying the taste of Almond by adding them to milk, pasta, butter, food or whatever it may be; Almond offers a delicious taste with several health benefits.

“White as the blossoms which the almond tree, above its bald and  leafless branches, bears.” – Margaret Junkin Preston.

History of Almond Day

The creator or inventor of Almond Day is still unknown. Almond’s are one of the most heart-healthy food available in the market which is engaged with Vitamin E, fiber, and magnesium. Almond’s are very beneficial to the health according to the survey of Five hundred health Professionals. The research of Purdue University Suggests that eating almonds will help people to feel satisfied for several hours and it can support in weight management, and it counters weight gain. U.S. Food and Drug Administration suggest that eating Almond’s will help in reducing the cholesterol, which reduces the risk of heart disease. The almond trees are native to the Middle East and South Asia. They produce a fleshy green fruit which is similar to the peach or apricot. There is a stone-like the seed at the center of the fruit is called an almond nut.  Nearly 80% of the Almonds are grown in California state of United States of America, and approximately 1.2 Million beehives are required to pollinate all of the crops.

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How to Celebrate the Almond Day

Celebrating the Almond Day is quite simple and easy to remember. Read more about the health benefits of almond and suggest them to your child, friends, family members, and co-workers. Try any one of the almond recipes in your home and share them with your family members. Don’t forget to take photos while eating and share them in social media’s using #AlmondDay.

There are nearly 1200 National Days, and you can celebrate every day with Happy Almond Day.

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