Have you ever heard that the shape of some food gives a clue to what it's good for? Let us explain.
Almonds resemble beautifully shaped eyes and they contain Vitamin A which helps improve eye health (among countless other benefits). Almonds are high in Vitamin E, which helps your body regulate the use of Vitamin A. So, not only do almonds provide Vitamin A that helps repair eye health, but they are full of Vitamin E, which is required to use the Vitamin A. Vitamin E also promotes healthy skin. Almond milk contains 30% of your daily value of Calcium and 25% of Vitamin D. These work in conjunction to promote healthy bones and prevent osteoporosis. Vitamin D also helps prevent Alzheimer's, allowing you to see the world with clear eyes and a clear mind. A serving of almond milk also contains protein, B Vitamins and Iron. We're pretty sure our almond milk just winked at you. Maybe you should take it home.
Cashews, if turned the right way, look like little smiles. Raw cashews help combat depression and can even boost your mood and stabilize your thinking. Just a handful of cashews contains between one and two thousand milligrams of Tryptophan. This super important amino acid has been shown to work at least as well, if not better, than medical antidepressants, specifically Prozac. If that didn't make you smile, raw cashews are loaded with minerals like potassium, phosphorous, calcium, magnesium, iron, sodium, manganese, zinc, copper and selenium. They are great sources of folate and Vitamin K. So, grab a cashew milk and put on a smile.