ALLNUTRITION NUTLOVE WHOLE NUTS ALMONDS IN WHITE CHOCOLATE AND CINNAMON are crunchy almonds in white chocolate with cinnamon. If you like almonds, white chocolate and cinnamon, this is the perfect snack for you. Thanks to the cinnamon note, almonds gain a characteristic sweet and spicy flavour and aroma.
Almonds, which are hidden under the chocolate “shell”, contain many valuable nutrients for our body, they are a rich source of protein and “good” unsaturated fatty acids. In addition to a large dose of carbohydrates, almonds also provide vitamins B3 and E, as well as potassium.
In NUTLOVE WHOLE NUTS ALMONDS IN WHITE CHOCOLATE AND CINNAMON, we used maltitol as a sugar substitute, which was used in the same proportions as sugar, so there is no need to change the recipe and replace it with other ingredients.
You can use ALLNUTRITION NUTLOVE WHOLE NUTS ALMONDS IN WHITE CHOCOLATE AND CINNAMON in many different ways. As an addition to the flavour of salads, fruit or ice cream desserts. You can also add it to muesli, porridge or natural yoghurt. Of course, they taste best directly from the box!
Almonds owe their nutritional value to the presence of essential unsaturated fatty acids (EFA), potassium, magnesium, antioxidants, and vitamins: niacin (PP) and vitamin E, known as the vitamin of youth. Thanks to the richness of these nutrients, they support the circulatory system and the work of the brain, help athletes achieve high results, and facilitate effective weight loss.
Almonds are not called “kings of nuts” for nothing! See how they can improve your well-being. Among the nuts and seeds, almonds are also distinguished by a high content of plant protein (approx. 21 g / 100 g), for which physically active people have increased demand, and dietary fibre. Niacin present in almonds counteracts the feeling of fatigue. The magnesium contained in almonds influences metabolic changes increases resistance to stress and prevents muscle cramps. Stomach disorders can dramatically affect performance, which is why athletes are eager to eat high-fibre foods such as almonds. The calories provided by almonds are an energy boost.