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Regular consumption of almond butter supports the functioning of the body as a whole, helping to regulate blood sugar levels and reducing the risk of heart attack - it is the almonds that are mentioned by specialists as nuts (though botanically speaking, almonds are not nuts at all), which should appear most often in our diet, and almond butter is one of the simplest and also the most delicious ways to increase their consumption. Almond butter is an impressive source of valuable ingredients and minerals. The most important advantages of almond butter include the fact that it is a rich source of calcium and copper. Both of these minerals play an important role in the communication of brain cells and support the proper functioning of the nervous system, while calcium also supports the functioning of muscles and bones. The copper contained in almond butter favors the secretion of melanin - a pigment necessary to protect the skin from the harmful effects of sunlight. K2 tablespoons of almond butter contain 111 mg of calcium, or 11% of the daily requirement, as well as 299 micrograms of copper - that is one third of the daily requirement for this element! Almond butter contains valuable magnesium and vitamin E. Like calcium, magnesium contributes to bone health, supports normal energy metabolism and fatty acid synthesis. A portion of almond butter is 90mg of magnesium, which covers 28% of the daily requirement of an adult woman and 21% of the adult male's needs. The vitamin E contained in almond butter is essential for proper communication between cells and prevents the process of lipid oxidation in the blood, indirectly leading to the development of cardiovascular disease. 2 tablespoons of almond butter provide 7.8 mg of vitamin E, and 4 tablespoons cover the total daily requirement for this vitamin! Almond butter is, of course, a source of healthy fats and valuable fiber. 2 tablespoons of almond butter is 18g fat, mainly unsaturated fatty acids. These fats have a positive effect on blood cholesterol levels and contribute to the fight against cardiovascular disease. Fiber also lowers cholesterol. When choosing almond butter, make sure that it does not contain salt, sugar and hardened fats. Use almond butter as well as peanut butter - on a sandwich, pancakes, as an addition to porridge, or ... eat with a spoon straight from the bucket :) Particularly noteworthy is raw almond butter or butter, which arises from unroasted, shelled almonds. Raw almond butter is made from certified almonds that are not heated above controlled temperature at any stage of processing or processing - before grinding to a smooth mass, the almonds are even cooled to 5 ° C to ensure that the friction produced and pressure does not heat them above temperatures in which they could lose some of their valuable properties. All presses and grinding machines used for the production of raw almond butter are provided with an air cooling system and, additionally, a blade temperature control system that automatically switches off the grinding when the blades become too hot.