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Substances in almond skins help prevent LDL “bad” cholesterol from being oxidized, a process that can otherwise damage the lining of blood vessels and increase cardiovascular risk.
• Sprinkle almonds on cereals and salads, nibble on a handful for an afternoon snack.
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