“A one-quarter-cup serving of almonds contains only 213 calories and is an excellent source of magnesium, protein, fiber, potassium, calcium, phosphorus, and iron. It provides about 40% RDV of Vitamin E; 18% of the RDV for B2 (riboflavin); and nearly 4.5 grams of fiber.”
“Almonds are also a good source of the trace minerals manganese and copper, two important antioxidants…”
- Null, Gary. Gary Null’s Power Foods: the 15 Best Foods for Your Health. New American Library, 2007.