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Why Almond Fit

Almond Fit consist of One Ounce of Almonds ( which is the equivelant of approximately 23 Almonds depending on the size) and added coconuts and dried cranberries, which provide you with all your Earth Energy.

We all know almonds make a great snack—in fact, we’re eating some right now—but what you may not know is exactly how many almonds are in the perfect portion.

Here, we’ll make it easy for you. Just remember 1-2-3. 1 ounce of almonds, or about 23 almond nuts, is the ideal daily portion recommended by the Dietary Guidelines for Americans. And if you’re not a big counter, think of it as a handful or about the size of…

Just One Pack A Day

Healthy Almond Fits for Runners

Almond Fit consists of 1-ounce of Almonds (which is the equivalent of approximately 23 Almonds depending on the size), added coconuts and dried cranberries, which provide you with plant-based energy.

Any sprinter or marathoner can tell you that one of the essential factors in any training plan is eating right. So, what does eating right entail? That all depends on your goals.


Nutritional Considerations for Runners

Our bodies require three major nutrients to stay active: carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. Carbohydrates are often the focus of a runner's diet— and for good reason. Carbohydrates are one of the main sources of fuel for the aerobic systems that produce the majority of energy for various running workouts. While fats and protein also play an integral role to this system, their contributions are limited by the availability of carbohydrates.

Our bodies require three major nutrients to stay active: carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. Carbohydrates are often the focus of a runner's diet— and for good reason. Carbohydrates are one of the main sources of fuel for the aerobic systems that produce the majority of energy for various running workouts. While fats and protein also play and integral role to this system, their contributions are limited by the availability of carbohydrates.

Scientific studies now show that different types of nuts and seeds may support factors that help prevent heart disease, weight gain and the accumulation of LDL cholesterol. Almonds should be eaten in their raw state, and not irradiated or roasted.

Once digested, carbohydrates yield glucose molecules that increase the available energy in your body. These molecules, in turn, are used by cells throughout the body to contract your muscles, breathe more heavily, and circulate blood. Thus, getting enough carbohydrates is critical not only to any effective exercise session- but also to the metabolic processes on which you rely as a part of your daily life (Bede, 2015).

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