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Have you ever heard about almond flour? It is common to see it being used as a substitute for wheat flour in bread, cakes, cookies, etc.
If you have tried something done with almond flour, share your experience with us. Tell us if you chose to try it or if it is because of medical treatment.
White flour has been losing some space on the menu of those who follow a healthy diet.
This is because white flour is a source of simple carbs, which, when in excess, cause insulin peaks and favor weight gain.
Also, more and more people are finding they are gluten intolerant or even celiac.
But even those who follow a gluten-free or low-carb diet don’t need to stop eating bread, pies, and cakes: all you need to do is use almond flour.
Almond is an oilseed rich in fiber, protein, minerals, and good fats. It is a great source of copper, arginine, phytosterols, and polyphenols. When ground, it becomes a fine flour that can be used in many recipes.
It offers many benefits, which we’ll explore in this video. We will also teach you how to make almond flour at home – it’s simple!
0:00 How to Make Almond Flour
1:02 Benefits of Almonds
1:51 Almond Contraindications
2:08 Almond Flour Recipe
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