Dry fruits & nuts

Almond (Badam)

Almonds are included as a good source of protein among recommended healthy foods by the US Department of Agriculture.[56] A 2016 review of clinical research indicated that regular consumption of almonds may reduce the risk of heart disease by lowering blood levels of LDL cholesterol

Almonds may cause allergy or intolerance. Cross-reactivity is common with peach allergens (lipid transfer proteins) and tree nut allergens. Symptoms range from local signs and symptoms (e.g., oral allergy syndromecontact urticaria) to systemic signs and symptoms including anaphylaxis (e.g., urticariaangioedema, gastrointestinal and respiratory symptoms

Almond trees can be attacked by an array of damaging organisms, including insects, fungal pathogens, plant viruses, and bacteria.


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