Good News! Eating This Food Has Been Proven To Give You A Slimmer Tummy And Legs

And we've found a bunch of recipes that'll make it taste even more scrummy!

Creamy Almond Porridge

We’re always being told what we can’t eat so when a food is put on the ‘good to scoff’ list, it’s a welcome relief.

The newest food that’s just earned a spot on the nutrition nice list? It’s almonds.

According to a study by Pennsylvania State University they had numerous health benefits including lowered cholesterol, improved heart health and reduced belly, waist and leg fat.

Lead researcher Dr Claire Berryman explains, “our research found that substituting almonds for a high-carbohydrate snack improved numerous hearth health risk factors, including the new finding that eating almonds reduced belly fat.

“Choosing almonds as a snack may be a simple way to help fight the onset of metabolic and cardiovascular diseases,” she continues.

Us? We love to keep a handful at our desks to help us power through the 3pm slump, but if you’re after something at little more fancy, why not have a go at one of these scrummy almond-based recipes?

3 Deadly Almond Recipes

Triple Layer Coconut Almond Squares

Rosanna Davison Almond Recipe

We nabbed this recipe from Rosanna Davison, and we’re absolutely dying to try it out. Combining only the healthiest ingredients (think raw almond butter, coconut oil and cacao powder) it won’t just be good on your tastebuds but on your waistline too.

Almond Butter Bark

The Little Green Spoon Almond Recipe

This sweet treat comes courtesy of Irish food blogger The Little Green Spoon. It’s dairy- and gluten-free, as well as paleo- and vegan-friendly, making it a super saintly way to get your daily almond fix.

Creamy Almond Porridge

Creamy Almond Porrige

We can guarantee this comforting brekkie wouldn’t last long on a cold winter morning. It’s creator, food blogger The Wonky Spatula says it’s perfect for those mornings you don’t feel like getting out of bed. Combining a delicious mix of almond milk, agave, strawberries and flaked almonds, we can see why.

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